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Microsoft innocent in Wi-Fi vulnerability caper

Microsoft innocent in Wi-Fi vulnerability caper

Microsoft may have more than its share of tie-ups to the whipping post for security snafus but, as George Ou reports, the company isn't to blame for the reports of a new Wi-Fi vulnerability that some say the Redmond, WA-based company is owning up to: Microsoft never acknowledged this as a vulnerability.  I checked with a Microsoft spokesperson and they confirmed that Microsoft Security Research Center states that this is not a security vulnerability.

January 19, 2006 by in Security

Prepare to bifurcate.  IEEE scuttles UWB standards effort

Prepare to bifurcate. IEEE scuttles UWB standards effort

Electronic News:The two UWB camps, direct sequence-UWB backer UWB Forum and MultiBand Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing UWB supporter WiMedia Alliance, said in a joint statement today that they will continue to move UWB into the market and concur that, at this stage in UWB market development, “a more prudent course of action is necessary to allow the market to move forward with the commercialization of multiple UWB technologies.".......

January 19, 2006 by in Tech Industry

Oracle circa 2010

Oracle circa 2010

Larry Ellison wasn’t present at the Oracle Fusion event where he was supposed to take questions from the audience and talk about Oracle 2010, but the presidential Charles Phillips filled in.

January 18, 2006 by in Oracle

First, it was the me generation.  Now, it's the IM federation.

First, it was the me generation. Now, it's the IM federation.

By way of Eric Norlin, Om Malik talks about a Google led federation of XMPP-compliant companies that are connecting their VoIP and instant messaging systems: What this means is that now Google Talk’s XMPP servers can talk to other XMPP servers such as Earthlink and Gizmo Project. (I had written about GTalk-Gizmo Link Up earlier.

January 18, 2006 by in Google

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