Articles By Ephraim Schwartz

LAPD eyes wireless to monitor racial profiling

LAPD eyes wireless to monitor racial profiling

With a promise that the Los Angeles Police Department is open to innovative technology solutions, Captain Randal Quan, project manager...

February 28th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
MS to show new version of Mobile server

MS to show new version of Mobile server

Microsoft Corp. will unveil this week at the Internet Wireless World conference in New York its Mobile Information Server (MIS)...

February 20th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
Palm unveils ‘BlackBerry killer’

Palm unveils ‘BlackBerry killer’

Palm Inc. will unveil next week its first handheld device with built-in wireless carrier support that provides access to personal...

January 27th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
Promising microBREW

Promising microBREW

Consider for a moment an application-development environment for cell phones created by a company that once made handsets and chip...

January 27th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
Secure Web services a moving target

Secure Web services a moving target

If attendees at the panel discussion on securing Web services came to be reassured that their networks and data will...

January 16th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
The great debate: J2EE versus .Net

The great debate: J2EE versus .Net

Executives from Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. started out on a conciliatory note in a debate over the direction...

January 15th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
All things wireless dominate show floor

All things wireless dominate show floor

HDTVs (high-definition televisions) and car stereos - once staples of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas -...

January 8th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
Wireless world: On the wireless front

Wireless world: On the wireless front

Never before have the battle lines been so clearly drawn between competing vendors. Still, the vendors continue to treat the...

January 6th, 2002 Ephraim Schwartz
Opinion: Fearless forecasts

Opinion: Fearless forecasts

Prediction 1: Wireless Ethernet, also known as IEEE 802.11b or Wi-Fi, will continue to cover ground like a stampeding brontosaurus...

December 23rd, 2001 Ephraim Schwartz
Heavyweights lining up wireless partners

Heavyweights lining up wireless partners

Working under the assumption that wireless will drive profits, Microsoft Corp., Cisco Systems Inc., and Motorola Inc. are busy lining...

December 11th, 2001 Ephraim Schwartz