Jay Wrolstad, wireless.newsfactor.com Information Appliance Associates is offering an application that links the BlackBerry mobile e-mail platform with Mac OS X, further extending BlackBerry’s considerable reach. With the PocketMac BlackBerry Edition, users can sync their BlackBerry handheld with a Mac PC, enabling the interchange of contact and calendar information, as well as notes.
By William Jackson, Government Computer News (GCN) Staff The average survival time for an unprotected networked computer dropped from 40 minutes to 20 minutes over the last year, according to the SANS Institute of Bethesda, Md. That means that an unprotected PC can expect to become infected by a worm within 20 minutes of being… Continue reading Unprotected PCs can expect infection in minutes
So your computer doesn’t already have a bluetooth card built into it, but your PDA or cell phone does, and you want them to talk? No problem. You most likely have USB ports and that’s where the very neat and tidy Kensington USB Bluetooth Adapter comes in. This plugs into your USB port and voila!… Continue reading Kensington USB Bluetooth Adapter
Have you ever dreamt of 100 terabyte of data per 3.5-inch disk? New patented innovation nanotechnology from Michael E. Thomas, president of Colossal Storage Corporation, makes it real. Michael invented and patented the world’s first and only concept for non-contact UV photon induced electric field poling of ferroelectric non-linear photonic bandgap crystals, which offers the… Continue reading Breakthrough Nanotechnology Will Bring 100 Terabyte 3.5-inch Digital Data Storage Disks
The Kansas City Star Portable computer storage is getting smaller, and so is the price.
By Bennett Ring August 14, 2004 Icon Today’s PC is not only smarter and faster, it’s a very different looking beast. One that isn’t so, well, ugly. Thanks to both the MP3 and DVD, not to mention the increasingly earth-shaking nature of PC speakers, this once-boring beige box has been transformed from a tedious number… Continue reading Bits on the side
By SEAN CAPTAIN New York Times News Service While global unity may still be a distant goal, uniting the electronic gadgets around the home is becoming easier, especially thanks to wireless products that eliminate some of the messiest entanglements. And the latest technology, called 802.11g, improves both speed and security.
The Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer for Bluetooth combines the ultimate in wireless technology with sleek style and ergonomic design. And because Bluetooth sets the standard bar for the emerging wireless world, your mouse will work easily with other Bluetooth – compatible devices. What’s more, it runs on the powerful and reliable Windows XP platform, giving all… Continue reading Microsoft Bluetooth Wireless Intellimouse Explorer