ZigBee group clears spec for wireless sensor nets

ZigBee group clears spec for wireless sensor nets

The ZigBee Alliance has ratified the first specification for wireless sensor networks. The ZigBee specification is the result of two...

December 20th, 2004 John Cox
NTT DoCoMo’s 4G research hits 1G bps

NTT DoCoMo’s 4G research hits 1G bps

NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan's biggest mobile communications carrier, achieved a 1G bps (gigabit per second) packet transmission speed using fourth-generation...

December 20th, 2004 Paul Kallender
Cisco bolsters its security arsenal

Cisco bolsters its security arsenal

Networking equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc. added to its growing portfolio of security products on Monday, agreeing to buy Protego...

December 20th, 2004 Paul Roberts
Microsoft to launch Office developer conference

Microsoft to launch Office developer conference

Microsoft Corp. plans to hold its first-ever conference for Microsoft Office software developers, the company announced Monday. The conference, scheduled...

December 20th, 2004 Robert McMillan
Analysts lambaste CRTC report

Analysts lambaste CRTC report

A government report on Canada’s telecom industry is so “backward-looking” that it may hurt the sector it aims to serve,...

December 19th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski
Yotta drivers a lotta value

Yotta drivers a lotta value

Today it’s become much too precarious for many government agencies to store mission-critical or sensitive data at a single location....

December 19th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes
Women CIOs: cracks in the glass ceiling

Women CIOs: cracks in the glass ceiling

It's 6 pm on a Thursday evening, and a small group of animated women in business attire sit together in...

December 19th, 2004 Lou Russell
The IBM PC father: Remembering Don Estridge

The IBM PC father: Remembering Don Estridge

With IBM Corp.'s recent announcement that it was saying sayonara (or the Chinese equivalent) to its PC business, it seems...

December 19th, 2004 Kevin Tolly
CEO, Nexaweb Technologies Inc.

CEO, Nexaweb Technologies Inc.

If IT is the business, then why do most CEOs seem to come from the sales and finance sides of...

December 19th, 2004 Linda Leung