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Geekspeak: February 19, 2001

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Half a Keyboard'S Better Than Nothing

The Buzz: February 19, 2001

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Those interested in the ongoing battle between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice can get an earful later this month.

Just Grab It Out of Thin Air

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New security concern: It's not only the ozone layer that has a gaping hole.

Wireless Ads Are an Unnecessary Evil

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Oh, that wacky wireless world. Wireless carriers can't figure out the right way to put ads on the wireless network without angering their customers.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: February 12, 2001

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Rupert Murdoch's plan to add U.S. satellite beamer DirecTV to his Sky Global empire is taking a slightly different path than some analysts expected, but the deal to buy owner Hughes Electronics from General Motors is moving ahead.

Vertigo Tool Aimed at Palm Os Developers

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Although debate rages on, longstanding problems with the development of hosted applications for Palm OS-based handhelds could be solved by an Extensible Markup Language middleware tool kit under development by Citrix Systems Inc.

Auction Aggravation

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Operators miffed at delays though Spectrum's use is uncertain

Wireless LAN Holes

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WEP protocol hacked, solution nowhere in sight

Log on to Save

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Did anyone think this through?

Geekspeak: February 12, 2001

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If you can hear it, you can record it

Cover Your Palm

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Hackers can trick your device to give up your password.

Big Leaps, Not Baby Steps

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I'm suspicious of incremental strategies. they remind me of the visionary man-ape in "2001: A Space Odyssey," whose plan for reaching the moon began with finding a taller tree to climb.

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