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Its first foray into the small business Network Attached Storage (NAS) market, Western Digital's new WD Sentinel DX4000 stands out mainly by virtue of its use of Windows Server 2008 R2 Essentials rather than Linux, as on most other NAS boxes.The hardware is pretty unremarkable, Western Digital opting for a dual-core Intel D525 Atom to drive its appliance supported by 2GB of DDR3 RAM.
Let's face it, enterprise social networking is getting confusing. Tibco's Ram Menon talks about the future of streamlining communications -- and how companies can talk to their applications.
On Feb. 6, I received an invitation from a friend to join a group on Facebook--A Consortium of Pub-going, Loose and Forward Women.
Darla Mack is one lucky woman and gets lots of opportunities to check out the latest and greatest Nokia S60 devices. This time she has the Nokia N95-3 device in her hands that has US 3G support (AT&T network), more RAM (about 80 MB vs 20 MB free on the N95) and a larger battery. Darla has a first look at the battery life (comparing non-3G devices) and the new battery appears to significantly increase the run time of the device. The faster data network will require more power and you may not see a huge difference in battery life if you are using the 3G network. While the 3G network support is nice (I won't see it on T-Mobile though), I am personally more excited about the much greater RAM and battery capacities.
According to a Gizmodo Sprint source a new Palm Treo device may be coming to the Sprint network in the 4th quarter of 2007. This device, the Treo 800w, would be an upgrade to the existing Treo 700wx that Sprint currently has available with the two biggest changes being integrated WiFi (a first for a Palm Treo) and a 320x320 display (the first time this resolution has been rumored/seen on a Windows Mobile device). Other rumored specs make this device the ultimate Windows Mobile Professional device with Windows Mobile 6, EV-DO Rev. A support, GPS, 256MB flash ROM and 128 MB RAM, 1.3 megapixel camera, integrated Bluetooth, and a memory expansion slot. If the rumor is true, then this will be one sweet device.
BurnInTest Professional (64-bit) can thoroughly exercise PC hardware in the shortest period of time so intermittent or hidden problems...
Security specialist Symantec has warned businesses over an increasing trend for criminals to use "parasitic storage" on networks of compromised systems.While botnets -- illegal networks of PCs infected with remote software by hackers -- are used mainly for sending spam, criminals are increasingly storing sensitive or illegal data in distributed environments, the security company told our sister site ZDNet UK on Tuesday.
This past September, Intel Corp. announced a break-through -- the ability to replace each bit of a special kind of memory (called flash RAM) with two bits -- doubling the capacity of memory chips used in gadgets ranging from personal digital assistants to digital cameras, and from Internet TV boxes to network routers.
BurnInTest Standard (64-bit) can thoroughly exercises PC hardware in the shortest period of time so intermittent or hidden problems...
Canadian software house Corel has formalised plans to release a Java-based video-enabled Network Computer (NC) which will compete with basic NCs from Sun , IBM and others.Corel's Video NC is a Motorola MPC 821 Power PC-based thin client running Corel's Office for Java on the Java Virtual Machine in 16Mb RAM, and connecting to the Internet through a V.
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