Computer makers agree on full-disk encryption specs

Computer makers agree on full-disk encryption specs

The world's six largest computer drive makers Tuesday published the final specifications (download PDF) for a single, full-disk encryption standard...

January 27th, 2009 Lucas Mearian

Carriers look toward open mobile future

Carriers look toward open mobile future

About 30 percent of the devices using T-Mobile USA's network in New York City weren't sold by T-Mobile, the head...

September 11th, 2008 Stephen Lawson

IT project pros offer advice to troubled TTC

IT project pros offer advice to troubled TTC

A recent audit report revealing mismanaged IT projects by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has shed light on the difficulties...

April 23rd, 2008 Kathleen Lau

Verizon to announce specs for open network

Verizon to announce specs for open network

Verizon Wireless will release Version 1.0 of the technical specifications for devices to use on its "Any Device, Any App"...

February 27th, 2008 Stephen Lawson

IEEE group settles on faster Ethernet plans

IEEE group settles on faster Ethernet plans

A technical group working on the next generation of Ethernet has agreed to disagree and will now work on a...

August 2nd, 2007 Stephen Lawson

IBM sees Power processor as its next Linux

IBM sees Power processor as its next Linux

IBM Corp. hopes to do for its Power processor what it helped do for Linux: create a bigger market in...

June 13th, 2005 James Niccolai

TelstraClear wants a bigger piece of DSL cake

TelstraClear wants a bigger piece of DSL cake

Unhappy with what it terms as games by Telecom New Zealand Ltd. that undermine competition, rival telco TelstraClear yesterday announced...

November 4th, 2004 Juha Saarinen

Microsoft scales back Passport ambitions

Microsoft scales back Passport ambitions

Microsoft Corp. is recasting ambitions for its .Net Passport identification system, saying the service now will be limited to its...

October 20th, 2004 Joris Evers

IBM, Sun join Microsoft on Web services event spec

IBM, Sun join Microsoft on Web services event spec

IBM Corp., Sun Microsystems Inc., and Computer Associates International Inc. have jumped aboard in support of the WS-Eventing specification for...

August 31st, 2004 Paul Krill