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Tackling the cybercriminal

newsmaker Steve Redman, McAfee's new Asia-Pacific head and a rugby coach, tells why he's fired up about being in the game of catching online attackers.

February 14, 2008 by Vivian Yeo

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Vlogging from the Mobile World Congress

At the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, ZDNet blogger Dennis Howlett takes a tour of the show floor. He looks at new products from Nuance and SanDisk, and talks to Daniel Appelquest, senior strategist with Vodafone, about the future of the mobile Web landscape.

February 14, 2008

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US to shoot down spy satellite

This news just in. The Bush administration has decided to attempt to shoot down the failed spy satellite that was due to enter the earth's atmosphere sometime in coming weeks.

February 14, 2008 by Richard Stiennon

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Comcast, other cable IP phone providers complain to FCC over Verizon's "retention marketing" tactics

Cable television broadband Internet access and VoIP providers Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks have filed a complaint with the FCC against Verizon.The complaint alleges that Verizon takes improper "retention marketing" steps to retain customers that have committed to try VoIP services offered by the three cable companies filing the dispute.

February 14, 2008 by Russell Shaw

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MWC08: Nokia adds Google search to Nokia Search on new handsets

On my Nokia N95 there is a search plug-in on the standby screen that provides a shortcut to search on my device or via the internet. Previously, you had a choice between Windows Live Search or Yahoo Search. This week Nokia announced that Google search will be implemented in the future as well. The four new devices (the N96, N78, 6210 Navigator, and 6220 Classic) will have it integrated and eventually everyone will be able to download an update to the Nokia Search application.

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Interviewing Guidelines Policy

The purpose of the Interviewing Guidelines Policy is to provide an outline for conducting useful and appropriate interviews with potential new hires, both from a proper methodology perspective and...

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Build your own Windows Home Server for only $380

I’m a huge fan of Microsoft's Windows Home Server OS, the very capable and easy-to-use consumer server software. But the only Windows Home Server-based hardware I’ve had a chance to play around with is the HP MediaSmart Server EX470, which contains just one 500GB hard drive and costs a whopping $599.

February 14, 2008 by Rik Fairlie

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MWC08: The modu unleashes you from a single phone form factor

There was a viral video campaign launched before MWC 08 where this mysterious modu device was being shown. All the details were revealed at the show and I had a chance to meet with them this morning. The modu is a very small 1.5 ounce device that serves as the brains of a mobile phone that can then be placed in jackets or mates to extend the functionality and design, depending on a users needs.

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