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PSINet to sell European business for $9.5 million

D-Link has announced their D-LinkAir Pro DWL-6000AP, a wireless access point that supports both 802.11a and 802.11b connectivity. "It is the ideal solution for future proofing and upgrading Wireless Local Area Networks," said D-Link.

D-Link debuts 'future proof' 802.11a/b access point

D-Link has announced their D-LinkAir Pro DWL-6000AP, a wireless access point that supports both 802.11a and 802.11b connectivity. "It is the ideal solution for future proofing and upgrading Wireless Local Area Networks," said D-Link.

iMac and Sony Vaio duke it out on Popular Science

Citing both Apple Computer and Sony's intentions to become the hub of the digital lifestyle, Popular Science has pitted an US$1,800 800MHz flat-panel iMac up against a $3,400 Sony Vaio PCV-MXS10 to see which really comes out on top. The new compariso...

Apple 'in a great position' for next computer boom

Writing for The Chicago Tribune, Alex L. Goldfayn said that Apple Computer Inc. is making progress wooing PC users to the platform, thanks to a combination of innovative products and an expanded high-profile retail presence. Goldfayn's analysis comes...

Poll shows PC users considering Mac

A recent poll conducted by US-based BusinessWeek Online suggests that almost half of those surveyed may be considering a switch from Windows-based PCs to Macintoshes. The results of the poll were recently posted in an article entitled "PC to Apple?"

New IEEE wireless spec based on Bluetooth

The Standards Board of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Standards Association (IEEE-SA) has approved IEEE 802.15.1, a standard for wireless personal area networking (PAN). The new standard is adapted from portions of the Bluetoot...

ePhoto brings 'visual search' to Mac consumers

iPhoto and other similar digital imaging apps have gone a long way to make it easier for Mac users to store and organize their digital imagery. But up until now, if you've wanted a high-powered cataloging system, you've been left on your own -- unles...

Nvidia ships 100 million GPUs

Graphics chip maker Nvidia Corp. announced Tuesday that it's shipped more than 100 million graphics processors -- a milestone which was achieved in less than five years.

Amidst losses, Corel cites 2001 as 'turning point'

Software publisher Corel Corp. Friday turned in its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2001 results, for the period ending November 30, 2001. The company's revenues for the year were US$134.3 million, producing a net loss of $7.3 million. Fourth quarter ...

Copy protection on new audio CD excludes Macs totally

Universal Music Group Inc. has employed a controversial copy protection scheme on a new audio CD this week. Designed to prevent the music on the CD from being pirated, it also excludes the disc from being played at all on Macs, DVD players, and CD-co...

Jobs: Microsoft settlement still not good enough

As Microsoft Corp.'s lawyers once again sit down with mediators and lawyers for the plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit today, Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs has offered a statement reiterating his company's position.

Yellow Dog Linux Developer Support Program debuts

Terra Soft Solutions Inc. earlier last week announced the publication of its first book, a guide to help users of its Yellow Dog Linux (YDL) operating system get started. Now, the company announced the launch of its Yellow Dog Linux Developer Support...

Macromedia offers Authorware Web Player 6

Macromedia Inc. has offered a major new version of their Authorware Web Player -- version 6.0. The software enables users to view Authorware-developed applications online through their Web browser.

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