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Sip and Burn at Starbucks

Will the caffeine and music combo make consumers want to dance in the aisles at Starbucks? Or will spills of sweet, creamy drinks stick the coffee powerhouse with a crashing failure? These questions remain to be answered as Starbucks expands its "Hear Music" franchise with 45 locations in its homet...

Dell Delves Deeper into Home Entertainment

Dell pushed further into the home-entertainment market Thursday, floating a raft of products to entice holiday shoppers with lower prices on top-shelf items such as plasma TVs. Dell has dubbed the concept behind its products "the digital living room." The company announced new photo printers and dig...

Cisco, IBM Team Up on Security

IBM and Cisco announced software security updates designed to further protect networks from worms and viruses. The updates to IBM's Tivoli software will enable it to work more closely with Cisco's Network Admission Control technologies. IBM's Tivoli Security Compliance Manager scans devices that plu...

Oracle’s Ellison Might Tackle NFL in Los Angeles

Apparently Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison isn't getting the satisfaction he needs churning turf in his bid for software maker PeopleSoft. The Los Angeles Times reported today that Ellison has been talking to the National Football League about acquiring a whole team to churn the turf i...

Patch Holes Quickly, Microsoft Urges

Microsoft released a total of 22 patches in its monthly security update, labeling seven of them "urgent" and imploring companies to download them. The software giant called three other patches "important," one level less severe than "urgent." The security flaws affect Windows XP, the Internet Explor...

IBM Gets Flexible with Small Storage Systems

With the proclamation that it intends to overtake EMC as the top enterprise storage supplier, IBM announced today the DS6000, a disk storage system slightly bigger than a VCR, and the TotalStorage DS8000, which can act either as a single system or, through partitioning, as multiple systems. Rich Lec...

Virgin Shoulders into iPod’s Terrain

The MP3 player market, where the iPod Mini once stood alone, will soon have several new entries. IDC predicted last month that the segment will grow from 12.5 million units sold last year to more than 50 million units in 2008. Virgin Electronics' 5 GB Player, the Creative Zen Micro and the Dell Pock...

Sony Moves Forward with Blu-Ray DVD Standard

Firing the latest salvo in the war over next-generation DVD formats, electronics companies Sony, Matsushita Electric and Sharp plan to release camcorders using the Blu-ray DVD format in 2005. The companies are working on a rewritable, 3-inch (8 centimeter) disc. Currently available discs are 12 cm, ...

Google Creates Searchable Book Library

Google announced it is adding the text of books to its searchable database, furthering its bold mission "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." Analysts say that other search engines will follow suit, but they don't expect online book-buying to change muc...

AMD Claims It Will Beat Intel with Dual-Core Opteron

Advanced Micro Devices' dual-core Opteron processor will boost performance 30 to 55 percent over single-core Opterons, the company said at the Fall Processor Forum yesterday. AMD also said it is on target to release the chips for one- to eight-way servers in mid-2005, beating Intel to market. Analys...

IBM Integrates Biometrics into ThinkPad

The integration of a fingerprint scanner into IBM's new ThinkPad T42 series of notebooks opens the door for a whole host of secure transactions, but some analysts suggest that there are still flaws in the system. Using fingerprints to confirm identification has become pervasive in the public sector,...

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