Friday, July 29, 2005

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Anti-Theft RFID Clothing on the Way

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Electronic anti-theft devices have been installed in vehicles cars for years -- such as the LoJack, which gained fame during countless TV commercials. Soon, similar technology will be used in the clothes you and your children wear. A fashion designer in California is debuting sleepwear for small children that contains RFID -- Radio Frequency Identification -- tags, providing some peace of mind to parents, who might fear that their young ones may be abducted while they sleep.
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Skype's Video Phone Beta Close to Launch
[July 29, 2005] Video calling service by VoIP darling is going to public beta next month, has learned.

Vista, IE 7 Betas Out in The Open
[July 29, 2005] They've been pirated and are now available for download.

Microsoft Wins Google-Hire Restraining Order
[July 29, 2005] Battle over trade secrets in Kai-Fu Lee's head heats up.

DHS Chief Calls for Reverse Manhattan Project
[July 29, 2005] Ticked off tech savvy sixteen year-old may be our biggest threat.

McAfee, Symantec Ride Security Wave
[July 29, 2005] Earnings from McAfee and Symantec show that demand for security remains strong.

Warez Warriors Wrapped Up by Feds
[July 29, 2005] Eight indicted and charged with being ringleaders of major online illegal distribution sites.

Sybase 'Extends' Mobile Software Reach
[July 29, 2005] The software maker buys Extended Systems to boost its ability to help users tap into corporate info on the go.

Judge: MicroStrategy More Sophisticated
[July 29, 2005] In the companies' latest legal round, MicroStrategy's query technology is deemed more sophisticated than similar software from Business Objects.

CA Profit Doesn't Spare Jobs
[July 28, 2005] The company is still trying to improve its business operations in the wake of accounting scandals.

Major Reform of Telecom Act Proposed
[July 28, 2005] Legislation calls for eliminating many current state and federal rules for delivering advanced communications services.

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