Sunday, October 17, 2021

Gretchen Hyman

A Device Called WANDA

Just in time for a predicted surge in the personal digital assistant (PDA) market over the course of 2003, Dallas-based semiconductor Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) unveiled...

Can the Spam, Say Office Workers

While no federal legislation currently exists that outlaws unregulated spam from entering the average e-mail browser, a two-part national survey of office workers and IT professionals...

Violence Breaks out in Los Angeles Cyber Cafes

Los Angeles cyber youth are the subject of a recent investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department following a yearlong streak of violence at citywide cyber cafes. On...

Global Crossing’s Final Crossing

Over this past year, Global Crossing, weathered a storm of public and legal scrutiny that led to its near collapse, bankruptcy, and eventual court-ordered restructuring. ...

Disney Lays Down Anti-Palm PDA Policy

Palm OS users might see the Mouseketeer more as a Scrooge. Walt Disney Co. earlier this week posted an internal memo clearly stating its company policy on...

Intel, AMD Air Chip Advancements

Intel hit the ground running Monday by unveiling a dozen new additions to its Intel Xeon processor lineup. The new products, which include chipsets, processors,...

AG Files California’s First Spam Lawsuit

As California cracks down on a 1998 consumer protection law against e-mail spam, California Attorney General Bill Lockyer Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the owners and operators...

Big Blue Vows Grid-based Web Services By Summer

LOS ANGELES -- The Ninth Annual Internet World Spring kicked off Wednesday with keynote Jocelyn Attal, vice president of marketing for WebSphere, IBM's Web services unit for...

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