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Thursday, December 21, 2006

10 Years of CSS

10 Years of CSS. In 2006, the W3C proudly celebrates 10 years of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Great achievements. Congrats and thanks! [more]

How other companies create chargeback models

Storage resource management vendors have yet to produce comprehensive products that offer these key capabilities, and as a result, users have been left to assemble their own homegrown best-practice solutions.

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Ever wonder how Red Hat got its name?

Company co-founder explains why the Linux company chose the name Red Hat.

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What does 2007 hold for open source?

2007 is shaping up to be a year for settling unfinished business in the open-source community.

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USPS quietly cancels 18-year network outsourcing deal

Observers say Lockheed Martin had problems with telecommunications issues in network integration project.

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Mac OS X Pet Peeves: Readers Offer Their Own

Last week, Computerworld offered up a list of 15 things in Apple's Mac OS X that needed changing. This week, it's the readers' turn.

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Back to the Future: Mixing Work and Home Is a Very Old Dilemma

Career and life aren't so much balanced as they are stirred into a stew that often satisfies neither side. That blend isn't so new, says Jared Sandberg.

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Handy Drive includes pen, flashlight

The flash drive starts at $19.99 for a 128MB model and capacities range up to 4GB.

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Five Tips for Resumes When You Can List Only One Employer

Past job security sometimes can hinder your efforts when you're ready to move on. Here's some advice for addressing that on your resume.

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The seven top mobile and wireless trends for 2007

In 2007, we'll see more types of mobile access start to emerge, which will lead to more applications and more competition among providers.

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Q&A: Fathi explains draft API release for PatchGuard

Ben Fathi, Microsoft's vice president for the Windows core operating system, talked today about the draft APIs for PatchGuard that were announced today as well as the company's reasons for releasing them.

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Performance Retailing Solutions: Case Studies in the Retail Industry

Join HCL Technologies as they review case studies from three retail companies. This white paper explains how to remain successful in the global competitive market, keep customers brand loyal, and increase your e-commerce presence.

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EFF sues DHS over travel data-mining system

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is suing the Department of Homeland Security over the data-mining system used in the agency's "Automated Targeting System," the latest iteration of a program that has been castigated by the public and Congress through several incarnations.

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Intel plans to launch Core 2 Quad in January

Intel plans to launch its Core 2 Quad processor in January, targeting high-end desktop PCs in an effort to stay ahead of rival AMD.

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Beijing court rules against pirate retailers

The owners of a Beijing DVD show were convicted Monday of offering pirated movies. Fines and mandatory removal of the offending material were the order of the day.

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US-CERT warns users about encryption appliance

The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team released an alert yesterday saying that a flaw in the CryptoStor Tape 700 Series tape backup appliance could allow attackers to bypass one line of defense in a two-factor authentication system.

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Real-Time Collaboration: Delivering Secure Web Meeting Solutions Now

Keep sensitive web meetings private. Get your FREE WebEx white paper: "Real-Time Collaboration: Delivering Secure Web Meeting Solutions Now." You'll learn how to evaluate and choose the best real-time collaboration solution. Download now.

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GAO: Federal IT worker exchange draws little interest

A plan to swap federal IT workers with their private-sector counterparts to broaden IT skills has not resulted in one employee exchange, a government watchdog agency reports.

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Instant Messaging for Business

Introducing WebEx Aim Pro Business Edition. It's totally secure, and no server is required. Learn more in this FREE white paper: "Instant Messaging Tough Enough for Business."Get your FREE white paper now.

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Sony pays $1.5M to settle Texas, Calif. rootkit suits

The $1.5 million fine assessed against Sony this week to settle rootkit-related lawsuits in two states was designed, according to one attorney involved with the case, for "ensuring that this type of thing will not happen again."

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Apple slated for month of security bugs

The month-of-bugs club gets a new member in January as two security researchers announce plans to showcase security vulnerabilities in Apple products. The decision was in part caused, according to the duo, by their experience with certain Apple "fans."

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Ericsson to buy Redback for $2.1B

The Swedish telecommunications company has agreed to acquire Redback Networks Inc., a San Jose maker of carrier edge routers.

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BT upgrades Fusion convergence service to Wi-Fi

BT's converged cellular/landline service now enables indoor connections via Wi-Fi networks in addition to connecting with Bluetooth.

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Never attribute to malice...

This customer decided to drop the service contract with its software vendor and go with a new service provider. The handoff goes smoothly -- but four months later, the bomb drops.

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FedEx seeks improved software testing

The package delivery company has commissioned the University of Memphis to research ways to make the testing process shorter while ensuring high-quality applications.

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U.S. official says no terror 'scores' for travelers

A senior Bush administration official downplayed claims by rights activists that the federal government assigns terror risk scores to millions of people who enter or leave the U.S.

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