That's the carrier-strength Cisco 12000 Series Router and its configuration.Suitable intro to a new report from Infonetics Research that says that worldwide sales of service provider routers and switches totaled $11.
During last night's Larry King show, Larry asked Elton John for the Web address of the Elton John AIDS Foundation. BTW, a noble cause- a benefit for which Elton played after the Academy Awards Sunday night.
The folks behind the open source community-developed operating system Ubuntu are alll excited about Ubuntu Mobile. They view this as a technology that can turn Mobile Internet Devices (their CAPS) into a "new class of computers.
Before I present the issue, I feel compelled to state a hard and fast ground rule.I do not want to see any bigoted comments.
For those of you who have been around the silicon-based world for awhile, the mere mention of VAX computers might spark a memory or two.That pic might jog your memory.
Now here's something I am trying to figure out.First, I go to the (non-Google) Google Operating System blog, and their new entry about how to chat with your site's visitors using Google Talk.
Former Evite co-founder (well, I guess he will always be a co-founder), and eBay marketing exec and current Shopping.com CEO Josh Silverman has just been named the new CEO of Skype.
Paul Ogle at VoIP-News alerts me to a newly posted article on their site. The article is entitled, Is Someone Listening To Your VoIP Calls?
At the On the website of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Nokia is displaying Morph, a nanotechnology based mobile phone concept that could lead to stretchable and flexible cell phones oh, say, seven years from now.Morph is being shown as part of MOMA's "Design and the Elastic Mind" exhibit.
Seems as though Ashok Agarwal, director of the andrology lab at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, is working on a study that indicates that prolonged exposure to cellphone radiofrequency electromagnetic waves can lower a man's sperm count.And when that happens, fertility can be adverselely affected.
Seems like Academy Awards emcee Jon Stewart managed to include iPhone and Wii-related compedy bits in last night's Oscar telecasts.Engadget has posted a grab from one of those moments.
They are very excited at the University of Melbourne today.I mean, wouldn't you be if today was the day you were formally announcing and demonstrating a chip that could transmit five gigabits per second of data over a wireless connection, for a distance of up to 10 meters (abour 32 feet)The website of Melbourne, Australia's The Age newspaper has the story.
Hey, on this relatively light news Friday, I see a YouTube video has just gone up in which mit9901 shows someone (maybe him) in the act of drinking beer out of his iPhone.Of course this isn't really possible, but why not go along with the suspension of disbelief meme here?
On Slashdot bright and early this a.m., Soulskill puts up a post from mklickman that draws attention to a conundrum many laptop Internet users face:Use a wireless router or subscribe to wireless broadband?
I've been trying to wrap my head around the uptake possibilities for T-Mobile's new Talk Forever VoIP-type service.It's now live in Seattle and Dallas.