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Fast Facts Matrix: January 22, 2001

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RealNetworks last week acquired Aegisoft, a developer of secure digital media software technologies, in a stock deal worth about $12 million.

Pandoras Playlist

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This month, SoundScan released year-end figures showing album sales increased 4 percent in 2000 from the previous year, to an all-time high of 785.1 million units.

Are Devices Better Dead Than Infrared?

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Recently, while navigating my way through the exhibit halls at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I caught sight of a large banner for the Infrared Data Association pavilion.

Digital Interference

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In this day of high-speed, two-way, digital communications, the radio has to be considered a pre-Cambrian device.

FCC: More spectrum for sale

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Critics say the move might hinder wireless development, threaten security.

Theres safety in anonymity

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The need for anonymous digital certificates that protect the privacy of individuals is well-accepted, but the need for anonymous certificates from businesses and certificate authorities is often overlooked.

Beware of chinks in wireless links

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Any decision to use a wireless link is a decision to radiate information-bearing energy in a form that can be detected at a distance.

Fast Facts Matrix: January 15, 2001

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Now that Palm has replaced your paper organizer, it wants to zap away your wallet.

KVM switch is likely to suit server farms

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Avocent Corp. breaks new ground with its recent introduction of the DS1800, a KVM switch that runs over a standard Ethernet network.

M-commerce Security A Moving Target

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Multiple platforms and incomplete standards pose challenges to building wireless safeguards.

The Push Is On For Wireless Security

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Although wireless protocols such as wap may not be as secure as most IT managers would like, vendors are rapidly closing holes. But how do you know when a wireless platform is finally safe for mission-critical applications?

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