Month: November 2005

Hackers Targeting Programs

Just when you thought it was safe to compute, hackers are beginning to exploit vulnerabilities in PC-based programs instead of
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Pixel Ads

The concept is fascinating but if I have to choose between pixel-based ads being a fad or a trend I
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VoIP Santa Claus

In what is an excellent gesture of good will, Packet8 is providing children in hospitals videophones so they can call
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Carrier VoIP Takes Off

According to Dittberner Associates the market for carrier VoIP products has grown at an astonishing rate of 67.8% in the
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VoIP ICs Gaining Traction

Here is an article on In-Stat’s report of VoIP ICs. The report focuses on the following companies: Texas InstrumentsBroadcomMindspeedInfineonOctasicCentilliumConexantAtmelFreescalePMC SierraSyChip
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China Skype News

The latest news on Skype in China is that Niklas Zennstrom is negotiating with China Telecom and China Netcom to
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RIM vs. NTP

Here is a great recap of the court case between RIM and NTP. It may be important for you to
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Excessive Phone Charges

In 1998 I wrote more than one story about how you can be charged excessively — in my opinion anyway,
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Tax Cuts Coming

It sounds too good to be true but this article mentions that many states in the US have tremendous surpluses
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