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Intel, Philips Team on Media Center

Intel and Philips are working together to build and market home entertainment centers that will run on Intel processors, the chipmaker said at IFA, the International Consumer Electronics Fair, in Berlin. Both personal computer makers and consumer electronics manufacturers have been touting centraliz...

Arrests Offer Glimpse Into Hacker Culture

There's a wealth of information out there for hackers, or "black hats," as they are also called. The arrest last Thursday of alleged Zotob writer Farid Essebar, 18, who went by the name Diabl0, has shed some light on the thriving underground culture, but much remains a mystery. The hacker underworld...

Rumors of an iTunes Phone Stir the Crowds

Apple has done what it does best once again. Fans and the media alike are abuzz trying to guess at what the company will reveal Sept. 7 at a "special event" in San Francisco. Because Apple is notoriously tight-lipped about new products and because its iPod is still the portable music player to have,...

Analyst Hopes Zotob Arrests Will Curb Worm Attacks

Although law enforcement officials have arrested two men they believe wrote the Mytob and Zotob worms, one security expert said there may not be much enterprises can do to stop such infections from striking again. The worms, which infected servers and PCs running Windows 2000, struck at ABC, America...

Analyst Hopes Zotob Arrests Slow Malware Activity

Although law enforcement officials have arrested two men they believe wrote the Mytob and Zotob worms, one security expert said there may not be much enterprises can do to stop such infections from striking again. The worms, which infected servers and PCs running Windows 2000, struck at ABC, America...

Two Phishing Scams Target PayPal, eBay Users

Two new phishing scams, one targeting PayPal and one eBay, are making the rounds on the Internet today, the anti-malware company Sophos said. In the first, scammers are using a new twist: Instead of trying to get PayPal customers to input personal information on a bogus Web site, the e-mail sends th...

PalmSource Takes Another Step Toward Linux

PalmSource and MontaVista Software said today that they will work together to speed the development of next generation Linux-based mobile phones, a move that furthers PalmSource's decision to move its Palm OS onto the Linux kernel. The companies have joined each other's partner programs. MontaVista ...

International Identity Theft Ring Discovered

A spyware ring has infiltrated the IT systems of as many as 50 international banks and logged social security numbers, credit card and bank account numbers, passwords, eBay and PayPal account information and chat transcripts, according to the security firm Sunbelt Software. The anti-spyware manufact...

IBM Takes Data Search Technology Open Source

IBM Research will turn over its data search technology to the open-source community, the company said yesterday. The Unstructured Information Management Architecture searches store data not through keywords, but by analyzing the data within documents to see if they fit the concepts and facts the use...

IBM to Open Source Conceptual Search

IBM Research will turn over its data search technology to the open source community, the company said today. The Unstructured Information Management Architecture searches store data not through keywords, but by analyzing the data within documents to see if they fit the concepts and facts the user is...

Viruses for Vista Offer Glimpse Into Malware’s Future

The first beta of Vista was released last week and quickly a set of viruses, named Danom.A through Danom.E, were published the following week by a virus-writer. However, the malware actually exploits a new command line and scripting language that Microsoft has not yet confirmed will be included in V...

New Cell Phones Target ‘Tweens’

It's a modern parental dilemma: Should children have cell phones? Hectic schedules make it convenient to be able to reach your 10-year-old when he's at swimming lessons and you're stuck in traffic. But if you decide to go that route, is your child responsible and mature enough to use the phone corre...

Vonage Makes Deal for WiMax VoIP

Vonage has taken a step into the WiMax world, making a deal with TowerStream, a provider of high-speed Internet access. The deal is the first of its kind between VoIP and WiMax services. TowerStream, which offers service in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston and several cities ...

Intel Teams With Boeing for WiFi on the Fly

Intel has joined forces with Connexion by Boeing to help ensure that travelers almost always have access to the Internet. In the announcement yesterday, Intel said it has tested the compatibility of laptops using Intel Centrino mobile technology and stamped the high-speed, in-flight service with its...

Open Source Group Proposes Software Ratings Plan

Because open-source software is written by individual developers or groups of developers on their own time and with their own resources, the quality of the product is an unknown. To combat that problem, Carnegie Mellon West Center for Open Source Investigation; Intel; O'Reilly CodeZoo, a repository ...

Intel, Boeing Promote In-Flight WiFi

Intel has joined forces with Connexion by Boeing to help ensure that travelers almost always have access to the Internet. In the announcement today, Intel said it has tested the compatibility of laptops using Intel Centrino mobile technology and stamped the high-speed, in-flight service with its Wi...

Encryption Developer Working to Improve VoIP Security

The man who helped safeguard e-mail with his Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) desktop encryption program is now at work on ensuring no one can eavesdrop on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) conversations. Phil Zimmermann was scheduled to demonstrate his VoIP security program at Black Hat Briefings, an In...

Desktop Encryption Developer at Work on VoIP Security

The man who helped safeguard e-mail with his Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) desktop encryption program is now at work on ensuring no one can eavesdrop on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) conversations. Phil Zimmermann was scheduled to demonstrate his VoIP security program at Black Hat Briefings, an In...

XM Teams With Napster to Ease Music Purchases

XM Radio and Napster today announced a service that links listening to music to purchasing it, which one analyst said should be welcomed by consumers. "In the new world of digital music, portability is the holy grail and anything that you can do in service of portability will be appreciated by consu...

Motorola Shoots for the Hip With Sleek SmartPhone, Oakley Headsets

Motorola showed off a sleek, new smartphone equipped with a QWERTY keyboard and announced it had designed, in partnership with fashion sunglass maker Oakley, eyewear that includes a Bluetooth-enabled headset. The new products were revealed this week at Motorola's analyst conference, dubbed Motonow, ...

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