Archive: 04/3/2007

Tracking alien turbulences

New images and data from ESA's mission to Venus provide new insights into the turbulent and noxious atmosphere of Earth's sister planet. What causes violent winds and turbulences? Is the surface topography ...

dateApr 03, 2007 in Astronomy
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BEA's Grand Plan for SOA

BEA Systems has developed a strategy detailing its view on the high priorities involved in implementing service-oriented architecture and next-generation composite applications. The guidance comes out of BEA's Office of the ...

dateApr 03, 2007 in Software
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Entry-Level Workers Head into a Mixed Market

A new report sheds light on a tight entry-level market with little hope for improved wages for recent college graduates, almost half of whom expect to move back in with their parents to make ends meet.

dateApr 03, 2007 in Business
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AMD Offers First Embedded Chip Set

In addition to increasing its embedded lineup, the company is adding the Socket S1 to connect the chip set to the motherboard and a new development board.

dateApr 03, 2007 in Hardware
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AJAX Apps Ripe Targets for JavaScript Hijacking

A pervasive vulnerability that allows an attacker to take over any Web browser and silently intercept sensitive data input occurs in Web 2.0 settings from Yahoo to ASP .Net to Google, security firm Fortify says.

dateApr 03, 2007 in Software
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Xerox Buys Global Imaging Systems

Global Imaging Systems will start selling Xerox printers, copiers and multifunction devices, which is expected to help expand Xerox's reach into the small and midsize business space.

dateApr 03, 2007 in Business
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Mozy Pro Offers Backup for Business

Berkeley Data Systems today announced the general availability of Mozy Pro, a business-oriented version of the company's popular consumer-oriented Mozy Remote Backup.

dateApr 03, 2007 in Other
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HP Announces Restyled Desktop PCs, Monitors

The latest editions to the Slimline and Pavilion series, as well as HP's new monitors, are designed with a look and feel similar to that of our Editors' Choice HP TouchSmart IQ770 PC.

dateApr 03, 2007 in Hardware
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