Mobile downloads worth 750M euros in Europe, Gartner says

Mobile downloads worth 750M euros in Europe, Gartner says

Consumers in Western Europe will spend 750 million euros (US$870 million) on downloading software to mobile phones in 2003, in...

October 23rd, 2003 Gillian Law

Intrusion attacks made easy

Intrusion attacks made easy

While network intrusion and malicious code attempts are on the rise, the knowledge needed to launch them is decreasing with...

October 14th, 2003 No Author

Verizon offers broadband wireless

Verizon offers broadband wireless

Verizon Wireless Inc. this week unveiled a service designed to duplicate the performance of wireline broadband services. Called BroadbandAccess, the...

October 2nd, 2003 Jim Duffy

Intrusion attacks made easy

Intrusion attacks made easy

While network intrusion and malicious code attempts are on the rise, the knowledge needed to launch them is decreasing with...

September 17th, 2003 Blair McQuillan

All is quiet as deadline for Sobig attack passes

All is quiet as deadline for Sobig attack passes

The Internet was quiet as the clock ticked past the scheduled start time for a massive, coordinated action by Microsoft...

August 22nd, 2003 Paul Roberts

Today, the music industry. Tomorrow

Today, the music industry. Tomorrow

EditorialThere's probably never been a worse time to be a record company executive. The economy is slumping, popular music is...

May 30th, 2003 Michael MacMillan

IBM portlet frees up telephony-based dictation

IBM portlet frees up telephony-based dictation

Network World (US) IBM Corp. has unveiled a free voice portlet for transcribing telephony-based dictation. Called Transcription Portlet, the software...

May 8th, 2003 Network World staff

Microsoft issues security bulletins for IE and XP

Microsoft issues security bulletins for IE and XP

Microsoft Corp. issued two security advisories Wednesday, pointing to a "critical" flaw in its Internet Explorer browser and a second,...

February 5th, 2003 Ashlee Vance

Boldly talking over the wireless LAN

Boldly talking over the wireless LAN

"Star Trek: The Next Generation," characters in the 24th century communicated by tapping a badge and speaking ("Picard to Engineering")....

January 28th, 2003 Tom Henderson