user of Jaws for Windows, a Microsoft Windows screen reader

user of Jaws for Windows, a Microsoft Windows screen reader

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLETechnology does not always make life easier. People with disabilities are learning this lesson…the hard way. Companies...

May 17th, 2006 Naunidhi Kaur

senior technical director, ILM

senior technical director, ILM

Among the languages favoured by Web developers and innovators, particularly those in the open-source community, three of the most popular...

May 2nd, 2005 Russell Kay

Microsoft plugs BizTalk Server holes

Microsoft plugs BizTalk Server holes

Microsoft Corp. warned of a security flaw in its BizTalk Server enterprise integration product that could allow an attacker to...

May 5th, 2003 Joris Evers

Rogers AT&T Wireless raises its voice

Rogers AT&T Wireless raises its voice

Rogers AT&T Wireless announced Monday the availability of a new mobile service that lets subscribers literally tell their phones what...

January 19th, 2003 Carly Suppa

IBM, Honda team on voice-activated car navigation

IBM, Honda team on voice-activated car navigation

IBM Corp. and Honda Motor Co. have jointly developed a voice-activated car navigation system based on IBM's ViaVoice speech recognition...

August 1st, 2002 Martyn Williams

Vendors cheer interoperability initiatives

Vendors cheer interoperability initiatives

Determined to bridge the interoperability gap and ease user frustrations, storage equipment vendors are rallying around the Distributed Management Task...

April 10th, 2002 Scott Tyler Shafer

Web Crossing gets update, new pricing options

Web Crossing gets update, new pricing options

Web Crossing Inc. has updated Web Crossing to Version 4.1, which the company said is at least twice as fast...

February 18th, 2002 Dennis Sellers

DNS software hole allows Web attacks

DNS software hole allows Web attacks

A vulnerability recently discovered in the software used in most DNS (Domain Name System) servers may be the most serious...

January 29th, 2001 Stephen Lawson

Go Live 5

Go Live 5

(12/15/2000) - Once an application reaches version 5, you expect it to be strong and capable, with no rough edges....

January 24th, 2001 Tom Negrino