Patrick Norton

Run Linux on Your iPod

The crew behind the iPodLinux Project have ported Linux to the iPods hardware, at least first, second and third generation models. (iPodLinux doesnt run on fourth gen, mini or...

US Attorney General John Ashcroft Resigns

Rumors had been floating around the web for days, but it wasnt until late Tuesday evening that the White House confirmed that US Attorney General John Ashcroft has resigned...

Nokia Announces Wireless GPS Module

Its buried in paragraph six of the press release for Nokias latest smartphone (the 6670, if youre curious), but Nokia did announce the LD-1W Wireless GPS Module today.The company...

Wi-Fi Works Where GPS Wont

Place Lab has a pretty slick way for Wi-Fi users to figure out their location without buying any new equipment. The free software picks up the signal strength from...

Tiny Hard Drives Need New Plug

As expected, Intel announced CE-ATA today at the Intel Developer Forum. CE-ATA is an initiative to design a new storage interface for handheld and portable consumer electronics (CE). Hitachi...

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Changing of Editors in the eWEEK Chair

Date: April 20, 2021 Redwood City, Calif. To: All my friends, colleagues and readers: After 16 years at the publication and 10 years as an editor, I’m...

How VMware Wants to Power an ‘Anywhere’ Workforce 

VMware has long been about B2B tech: virtualization, data center infrastructure, hypervisors, collaboration tools, mobility and a long list of other products and services. This...

Zscaler Advances Its Zero Trust Exchange Framework 

Cloud security provider Zscaler on April 20 revealed a number of innovations for its Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange platform designed to help organizations improve...

Aruba Announces Edge-to-Cloud Security, Network Capabilities 

Recently, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, held its annual Atmosphere user conference in digital format. At the event, the company announced a new...

NVIDIA, LED Walls: Creating the Future Virtual Office

NVIDIA held its virtual GTC conference, and it was particularly fascinating. One session hit me where I live, though. It was by Kathryn Brillhart,...