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Skype Aware of IP Security Flaw Back in 2010

Some more interesting information has come to light regarding the IP revealing security flaw in Skype. Researchers from Inria, a research institute in France, and the Polytechnic Institute of New York University discovered the flaw. Stevens Le Blond, one of...

Only Apple and RIM Can Make Good Smart Phones?

The U.S. market for smart phones continues to be a tough nut to crack for the established handset makers. Top-tier players such as Nokia, Motorola and Samsung control 80% of the market for cell phones but have struggled in...

The Downside of Livin' in a Virtual World

Anybody remember the big noise about 3D virtual worlds and how they are going to change our lives forever? Well, that may still be true today, but how about the big time scam -- and big time bucks lost -- with...

Looking to Predict Apple's Future

Predicting the new gadgets that Apple might throw at us is a favorite parlor game of the technology industry, Wall Street and the blogosphere. The latest chatter is that Steve Jobs will reveal at a developer conference beginning June...

Dior Getting into Mobile Phones for Fashionistas

Don't know how many of us will be picking up one of these, but Dior, the French luxury-goods is reportedly coming out with a line of mobile phones that will be targeted to fashionistas worldwide, particularly in the Russian...

Touch-Screen BlackBerry Coming!?

According to reports in today's Wall Street Journal and on CNBC, pesky Research In Motion (RIM) plans to introduce a touch-screen version of its BlackBerry to thwart the challenge posed by the popularity of Apple's iPhone. (And no wonder...

Mossberg Makes It Easy

Confused by gadget babble? (As from the Tower of Babel.) Don't worry, be happy. In today's Wall Street Journal, Walt Mossberg offers a lesson in decoding the tech language for gadget shoppers. (Language should not be a barrier.) (Just what we...

Cingular Starts To Sing

Now Cingular is getting into the music business? If I'm reading the Wall Street Journal correctly (and I usually do), then Cingular is joining the fray with Verizon and its V Cast music service to give the iPod a run...

Sony's Walkman Making a Comeback?

Is there a second act for Sony's Walkman? Can the product that originally defined "personal audio" make it back to the top? In fact, can the company that once topped the consumer gadget mountain, once again ascend to that lofty perch? (So many...

Apple Delays; Too Much Secrecy?

Can't be too much joy in the land of Apple Computer with recent reports from PC Magazine and the Wall Street Journal. Apparently, following a shift in suppliers, updated versions of Apple's iPod nano will ship in the fourth quarter instead...

"All Things Digital" Is Must Reading

Great must reading in the Wall Street Journal's Technology special report on "All Things Digital" from earlier this week. Coverage is from "D4: All Things Digital -- The Wall Street Journal Executive Conference," hosted by Walt Mossberg (left) and Kara Swisher...

Creative Technology Sues Apple Over iPod

Who would ever think that the Wall Street Journal is must reading for real gadget guys and gals? (let's not use "gadget gurus" please)? Well, today's edition has a very interesting article about how Creative Technology (best known for...

Mossberg's Buying a Digital Camera Guide: All You Need

Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Graduation Day, the days of summer -- this is the start of prime picture-taking time. With that in mind (or maybe not), today's Wall Street Journal features the as always excellent "Buying a Digital Camera:...

Treo 650 Kills the Blackberry (Maybe ...)

I really didn't know that today's Wall Street Journal would have a story about how the Treo 650 is the only real contender against the Blackberry -- really I didn't!(Maybe they liked yesterday's blog ...)...

Microsoft Vista; Horizon Now Stretches Further ...

Much hubbub late yesterday and today about Microsoft delaying its upcoming Vista OS, called "perhaps the biggest technology transition since the Windows operating system arrived more than 10 years ago" in today's Wall Street Journal.Seems it won't be here until...

'The Mossberg Solution': The Right Stuff

A couple (or more) blogs ago, I waxed philosophic about one of the great consumer electronics journalists, David Pogue of the New York Times. Now I may have been putting the cart before the horse, because the dean (if there...

What's Up with Windows Media Center: Is This the Year?

Is this the year Windows Media Center is going to happen?  Interesting article in yesterday's Wall Street Journal about how Microsoft ("the technology industry's perennial late-to-the-game player") is now taking a leadership position  in home entertainment software with its Windows...

Holiday Gift Shortages: Xbox 360 & iPods Top This Year's Model

Catching up with last week's papers, noticed a very interesting article in last Friday's Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com) on "why shortages of hot gifts endure as a Christmas ritual." The premise is that manufacturers don't mind running out of products...

That Was The Week That Was 11.11.05

Don’t know how many of you remember the great TV show “That Was The Week That Was” (also known as “TW3”).  Born on the BBC more than 40 years ago on November 24, 1962 (see www.bbc.co.uk for the whole story),...

Wall Street Journal - Don't Pass the Electronic Newspaper

According to Instapundit, you can no longer "share" your online Wall Street Journal subscription with your coworkers, friends, and family. They detect concurrent logons and block them.So WSJ, what are you trying to say? Does this also mean I can't...
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