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Pop-up program fetches banking data

Pop-up program fetches banking data

Alert: A Trojan horse that installs itself through a pop-up ad can read keystrokes and steal passwords when victims visit any of nearly 50 targeted banking sites--including Citibank, Barclays Bank and Deutsche Bank--security researchers warned yesterday.

June 30, 2004 by in Banking

Dell to sharpen its blade strategy

Dell to sharpen its blade strategy

Dell claims that blades today don't live up to the promise of density and cost benefits when compared with 1U rack mountable servers. The company plans to shake up the blade sector in Q4...

June 30, 2004 by in Dell

Sun's success formula: NPV

Sun's success formula: NPV

John Loiacono, Sun executive vice president of software, says Sun is moving toward a happy meal approach to selling. At McDonald's, you get the combo of a burger, fries and a soft drink for less than the price of the individual items, and you get a free toy.

June 28, 2004 by in Oracle

Gillmor Gang audiocast

Gillmor Gang audiocast

Esther Dyson and I join the weekly Gillmor Gang recorded at Supernova 2004. It's similar to the talking head shows on CNN and other channels, where a bunch of articulate and semi-articulate experts and media people talk about the latest news and trends.

June 25, 2004 by in Tech Industry

The future of work

The future of work

At the Supernova conference Tom Malone, MIT professor and author of The Future of Work, makes a case that decentralization and the declining cost of communications is driving the next stage in the evolution of human organizations.

June 24, 2004 by in Tech Industry

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