Novell Inc. last week announced plans for a mid-October release of NetWare 6, a new version of the struggling company's network operating system that's supposed to free users from the need to install NetWare client software on their PCs.
Lotus Software Group, the IBM Corp. subsidiary formerly known as Lotus Development Corp., released on Sept. 7 Version 2.5 of its instant messaging software and server, Sametime.
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Symbol Technologies Inc. passed out 11M bit/sec. wireless LAN cards like popcorn at Networld+Interop and set up wireless access points throughout the Georgia World Congress Center to give attendees with laptops untethered access to the Internet and t...
The nation's wired and wireless communications networks last week managed to handle sharply increased traffic, which spiked 400 percent above normal on some networks immediately after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. This was the cas...
First there was shock. Then panic. Then grief. Then action. As relief workers looked for survivors amid the rubble from Tuesday's terrorist attacks, the IT community came together by the thousands to help rebuild the New York businesses that literall...
Hardware vendors, many with major client installations in the World Trade Center, have set up crisis-response teams and command centers to handle emergency requests for equipment by companies affected by Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Wa...
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) issued a statement Friday claiming that a New Mexico-based Linux company has violated the GNU General Public License (GPL), by using a patent license to restrict distribution of its version of the open-source operat...
E-mail protection and consumer advocacy groups are warning users to beware of online terrorism-related scams.
"Mafiaboy," the Canadian teenager responsible for a series of massive Distributed Denial of Service attacks in February 2000, was sentenced to eight months detention by a Canadian judge in Quebec Thursday, according to Robert Currie, leader of the Ro...
Saying that people should be able to use computers and the Internet without interference, a Dutch public prosecutor on Thursday asked the court in Leeuwarden, Netherlands, to sentence the 20-year-old maker of the Anna Kournikova e-mail worm to 240 ho...
Is stepped-up government surveillance of cyberspace needed in the wake of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C.? Government officials have not yet revealed any plans to curtail individual freedoms online. But concerned privacy advoca...
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., better known by its Panasonic brand name, unveiled a range of new flat-panel displays and televisions on Thursday, some with built-in DVD (digital versatile disc) players.
Ask Jeeves Inc. bought search engine technology company Teoma Technologies Inc. on Tuesday.
In the period immediately following the first attack on the New York World Trade Centre, New Zealand and Australian web surfers flocked to US news sites to monitor the rapidly developing situation, says Nielsen//NetRatings.
The web ought to make access to information and services easier for all, but it is becoming ever more difficult for disabled people to use. The claim is made by Britain's Royal National Institute for the Blind and is mirrored in its latest work, some...
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