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As the latest Microsoft Windows infection spread across the Internet last week, knocking out thousands of PCs in homes and businesses, Macintosh users did what they usually do during a computer virus outbreak -- they continued working. That's because the...
Special to SunSpotEd Gold and J.C. Weiss are all business about design. "Most companies don't value good design," said Gold, a design professor at the University of Baltimore. "They don't understand the design process -- and they don't know how to communicate with...
Special to SunSpotWhen Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley announced recently that a coalition of downtown companies would be offering free wireless Internet service at the Inner Harbor, N.J. Sewell started seeing more people wandering about, staring down at their open...
The Wall Street JournalWith too many players jostling for too few chairs in the online-music game, a long-predicted shakeout appears to be under way. Not long ago, online music captured the imaginations of entrepreneurs and investors, and start-ups were popping up all over the...
Writing a column containing debatable comments from security experts is nearly as good at filling up your e-mail inbox as the SoBig virus. Last week, I concluded that Apple Computer Inc.'s Macintosh OS X provided safer computing than Microsoft Corp.'s...
Sun StaffTHE FIRST major dictionary of the 21st century is appropriately directed at the deteriorating writing skills of college students. The Microsoft Encarta College Dictionary, published last month by St. Martin's Press ($24.95), addresses today's students'...
After converting its free iTools Internet-based set of services into the $100-per-year .Mac a little more than a year ago, Apple Computer Inc. offered users an assortment of carrots to lure them into signing up. Besides cutting the first-year price in...
The headaches caused by two significant computer virus outbreaks this summer, the SoBig and Blaster worms, have forced technology gurus in the public and private sectors to re-examine the issue of cyber security. Based on the experience of these two...
Imagine dumping your long-distance telephone provider because now your Mac can make all your long-distance calls. Thanks to Nikotel Inc., Mac owners running OS X can use their computers' Internet connection to make long-distance telephone calls for...
Much of the consumer technology world was abuzz last week as Microsoft unveiled its Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 software, a fancy name for a version of Windows that enables a computer to serve as both PC and digital entertainment center....
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