Archive for June, 2005

First ThinkPad Tablet Debut

Sunday 5 June 2005 @ 2:09 pm
ThinkPad X41T

The first-ever ThinkPad X41 Tablet Series (X41T) that converts to a tablet PC will make its debut on Monday, June 6,2005.

This is the first computer released by China’s Lenovo Group following its purchase of IBM’s legendary PC business earlier this year.
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First ThinkPad Tablet Debut

Beware Of Osama Bin Laden Trojan

Sunday 5 June 2005 @ 1:34 pm

A spam e-mail that attached pictures of a captured Osama bin Laden but carries a malicious trojan in the attachment has been spreading recently.

Millions of copies of various versions of the e-mail were mass-mailed on Thursday, June 2, 2005. All versions of the message announced that the al-Qaida leader had been seized and included an attachment called “pics” that, when opened, attempted to download a worm to the victim’s PC.

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McAfee Acquires Wireless Security Firm

Sunday 5 June 2005 @ 2:32 am

McAfee announced on June 2, 2005, the acquisition of Wireless Security Corp, which is a privately held company that offers innovative Wi-Fi security solutions to protect home and small business wireless networks from unauthorized access to a wireless network, its contents, or Internet service.

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World’s Largest Trojan Fraud Uncovered

Sunday 5 June 2005 @ 12:49 am

Israeli police have uncovered a massive industrial spying ring that is alleged to have used Trojan software to snoop into some of the country’s leading companies.

The program appears to have been extremely effective at performing its function of stealing confidential documents from target companies, as well as monitoring activity on infected machines. Police are said to have gained access to a number of FTP servers based in the US and Israel and discovered a “tens of thousands” of documents pillaged by the malware from victim companies.

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No 64-bit Intel Mobile Chip Yet

Saturday 4 June 2005 @ 10:16 pm

At Intel’s Wireless and Mobility Press Day on Thursday, June 2, 2005, Mooly Eden – vice president and general manager of the company’s mobile platforms group – described the company’s next generation notebook technology, code-named Napa. Basically, Napa’s centerpiece: Intel’s coming Yonah mobile processor- the company’s first dual-core CPU for notebooks.
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No 64-bit Intel Mobile Chip Yet

Apple Switches To Intel Chips

Saturday 4 June 2005 @ 4:20 pm

Apple Computer plans to announce Monday that they will be switching its computers to Intel’s microprocessors. The company plans to move lower-end computers such as the Mac Mini to Intel chips in mid-2006 and higher-end models such as the Power Mac in mid-2007, sources said.

The announcement is expected Monday at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, at which Chief Executive Steve Jobs is giving the keynote speech. However, IBM, Intel and Apple declined to comment for this story at this point of time.
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Apple Switches To Intel Chips

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