UK gov’t investigating another data loss

UK gov’t investigating another data loss

LONDON – Britain’s Home Office is investigating how a buyer allegedly acquired a laptop on eBay that contained a disc...

February 27th, 2008 Leo King

Naval officer may face court martial in data loss

Naval officer may face court martial in data loss

The deluge of personal information lost by the U.K. government continues.A laptop containing personal information on about 600,000 people was...

January 20th, 2008 James Niccolai

Holographic media promising but ‘not ready’ for prime time yet

Holographic media promising but ‘not ready’ for prime time yet

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEImagine 60 movies, 240 hours of television programming, 1.6 million high-resolution colour photos, or more than 150...

February 4th, 2007 narellano

Holographic storage device to debut in 2006

Holographic storage device to debut in 2006

InPhase Technologies Inc. is one step closer to bringing holographic storage drives to market. On Wednesday, the company plans to...

January 4th, 2005 Robert McMillan

US presses China on disc piracy, trade issues

US presses China on disc piracy, trade issues

Rampant piracy of computer software and optical discs was one of several areas brought up in discussions this week between...

November 3rd, 2003 Martyn Williams

Iomega develops 1.5GB mini disk for mobile use

Iomega develops 1.5GB mini disk for mobile use

Iomega Corp. has developed a new magnetic storage disk for use in portable multimedia devices that is the size of...

July 29th, 2003 Martyn Williams

Lost Packets

Lost Packets

Thinking software piracy is the way to make a few quick bucks? Think again. It appears that at least the...

January 2nd, 2003 No Author

Tiny Philips CD-ROM drive for phones, PDAs

Tiny Philips CD-ROM drive for phones, PDAs

Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV is trying to squeeze the size of a CD drive and fit it into portable devices...

June 17th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake

Carleton IT students to use telco lab

Carleton IT students to use telco lab

More than 400 Carleton University engineering students will have access to a new sophisticated telecommunications laboratory that will enable them...

October 4th, 2001 No Author