Cisco will start to embed “lawful interception” capability into its router products. This is just another sign that the days of anonymity on the Internet are numbered.
Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer, once again on an anti-open source crusade, now says Linux is a “cancer” but that the new Windows Server 2003 product can compete with free software because is it “innovative.”
As the epitome of the “new economy,” AOL’s continuing accounting irregularities only underscore that there was not much real value to the “value propositions” these Internet-centric companies touted.
EPIC released documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act showing that the government has established a “No Fly List” of suspected terrorists.
So cybersecurity risks are increasing. Wow, what a surprise!
Bernie’s fiasco is finally over, but it’s a shame that the once-proud MCI brand will apply to the sad remnants of such a sordid band of scum.
America Online on Tuesday said it is filing five lawsuits against individuals and companies that are allegedly purveying bulk unsolicited e-mail, or spam, to its members. Boowah!
Apple Computer this morning released an updated beta version of its Safari Web browser as part of a reported effort to “distance its software environment from Microsoft’s.” It is unclear what the commercial benefits are (if any) that accrue to Apple from developing a new browser.
Starbucks and T-Mobile have made a big push to establish 802.11b “hot spots” around the country, but so far no one is buying!
I’ve been working on the Microsoft antitrust case since 1998, and now … finally … the whole thing may be coming to a resolution.