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Stories by Agam Shah

  • SuSE enhances multimedia, security of Linux OS

    Linux vendor SuSE Linux AG on Tuesday announced it would release an upgrade to the SuSE Linux 7.1 operating system. SuSE Linux 7.2 will be available directly from the company and software retailers starting June 15.

  • IBM e-commerce servers vulnerable to hacks

    IBM on Wednesday posted an advisory on its Web site that alerted customers to a tool that could potentially decrypt administrator and customer passwords residing on servers that use some IBM e-commerce software.

  • Cisco makes wireless play with ExiO acquisition

    Cisco Systems on Thursday made its 22nd acquisition this year, purchasing privately-held ExiO Communications for about $US155 million in stock, according to a joint statement from the companies.

  • Sun unveils resource site

    Sun Microsystems has unveiled Dot-Com Builder, a resource Web site designed to harness and distribute Web-programming knowledge from leading developers on the Web. The site will aim to be a resource for Web developers who create applications using Java, extensible mark-up language (XML), and other server-side scripting languages.

  • Sun launches site for Web developers

    Sun Microsystems has unveiled Dot-Com Builder, a resource Web site designed to harness and distribute Web-programming knowledge from leading developers on the Web. The site will aim to be a resource for Web developers who create applications using Java, extensible markup language (XML), and other server-side scripting languages.

  • Your Palm is ringing

    Palm and RealVision Technology has announced a telephony attachment device for the Palm V handheld device, enabling the PDA (personal digital assistant) to function like a cell phone. The device, as yet unnamed, will snap on to the PDA and will include a headset to enable users to listen to and hold phone conversations.

  • McAfee ships cookie-cleaning software

    Ever wondered why certain Web sites recognise your identity as soon you visit them? It's thanks to a 'cookie', a small file containing personal information inserted on your machine by a Web site. Some cookies have the potential to be pretty dangerous, violating user privacy by extracting more sensitive information from your machine than you might like.

  • Xircom launches ADSL USB modem

    Networking vendor Xircom has responded to the growing popularity of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Internet Access by adding an Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) modem to its PortStation line of hubs and USB-compatible networking products. The modem will be both Windows and MacOS compatible.