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Geekspeak: October 1, 2001

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Data Glove Turns Gestures Into Commands

Wireless Developers Need to Get Real

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Now that the seeds of irrational exuberance, sown during the years of your-asinine-name-here.com, have grown into the current economic slowdown, it's worth questioning whether or to what extent wireless technologies deserve a share of a corporate IT budge

New Tales of Cloak and Spammers

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Spencer noticed quite a buzz on the Internet concerning the fact that hacking would be considered a terrorist act under U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft's proposed Anti-Terrorism Act.

Getting to Know You

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As dueling standards emerged last month, it became clear that each of us is likely to become a fully documented digital entity. The only questions left are who will be doing the documenting, why will they be doing it and how will we protect our civil libe

RadioFrame: Boosting Indoor Reception

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RadioFrame Networks is stepping into a niche where others have failed before. Backed by heavy hitters including telecom tycoon Craig McCaw and venture capital firm Ignition, RadioFrame hopes to help wireless operators extend coverage inside buildings, par

MIS 2002 Only Accesses Microsoft Apps

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Although Microsoft's Mobile Information Server 2002, the latest version of its wireless middleware, boasts improvements, it still only accesses Exchange applications.

Intel Intros 1.2-GHz Mobile Processor

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Intel is set to announce on Monday, Oct. 1, what it claims is the fastest chip designed for mobile PCs, along with 11 other new processors designed for small and portable devices.

MusicNet Switches On Delivery System

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In a step forward for legally sanctioned digital music on the Internet, MusicNet -- a joint venture of AOL Time Warner, Bertelsmann, EMI Group and RealNetworks -- on Thursday announced the launch of its music delivery system.

AT&T Wireless Chooses Oblix for Web Access

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AT&T Wireless is expected to announce today that is has chosen Oblix's NetPoint Web access management software to provide its customers with single sign-on access to their various Web applications through wireless phones and over the Web.

Wireless Privacy Is Still Important

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Very few aspects of our lives have been untouched since terrorists flew jets into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon. But I'm optimistic that at least one part of life will remain unchanged: People won't stop worrying about protecting personal

Napster Settles With Artists, Music Publishers

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Napster, the controversial online music service, has reached a settlement in principle in the class-action suit launched against it by music publishers and songwriters.

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