A tipster from pinstack.com pointed me to coverage of what appears to be a very cool Mobile TV solution from SonaMobile that, when implemented by a partnership between Canada.
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If you're BlackBerry Enterprise Server isn't in "positioned" in a network DMZ, perhaps now is a good time to move it. According to a report by eWeek's Matt Hines, on Aug 14, security researchers will be releasing the code to an exploit that leverages a BlackBerry's capability to securely connect or "tunnel into" a corporate network.
We have three highlight clips from yesterday's WWDC event. Apple's new OS retrieves files from the pastApple Computer's vice president of platform experience, Scott Forstall, demonstrates the company's new application "Time Machine.
Last week SandHill.com published a column by Guy Smith of Silicon Strategies Marketing, titled "Is Enterprise Software Doomed?
Last week, I picked up on Bruce Schneier's rip on banks that are looking to ban cell phone usage in the name of security (in hopes of preventing robberies). Then, today comes news from The Register of how camera phones are being used in South Africa to stalk and mug bank customers:South African muggers are using camera phones to capture pictures of potential victims in banks before their accomplices stalk and rob them, according to reports....
Mary Jo Foley: Looks like calls for Microsoft to add another beta to the Windows Vista timeline are falling on deaf ears. Microsoft has begun testing internally Vista Release Candidate (RC) 1 builds.....
Here's my question: when does someone actually lose their job in this case of ineptitude? Let's see.
Today, the LA Times (by way of the Boston Globe) has a very well-written story that puts technology lawmaking into nearly perfect perspective for those who have no idea how bad things really are. In a story headlined In Information Age, Congress struggles to get up to speed, Jim Puzzanghera writes:...
Last week, I wrote about a strange DRM-esque message that Outlook displayed after I opened an e-mail with a PDF attachement. In all my years of using Outlook, I had never seen this message before and I had no idea why it was showing it to me now.
By way of Bruce Schneier, I ended up reading a giant feature over at CIO Magazine (that I haven't finished yet) that talks about how data mining is turning into one of the US Government's weapons of choice in thwarting the next terrorist attack: On the evening of Sept. 27, 2001, Howard Rubin, a computer science professor at City University of New York who had advised the Clinton administration on technology issues, was home observing Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Hebrew calendar...