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Kodak Focuses on Digital Business

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With earnings under pressure, Eastman Kodak is launching a major marketing campaign to try to remind the business world that the company has gone digital.

ISPs Find Freedom in Fixed Wireless

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One of the major promises of fixed wireless broadband is freedom - especially freedom from the phone company.

Chips Under Glass

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Moving toward all-optical nets

PDA Companies Play Slots

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Modules will expand options for mobile users

Datas Day Out Has Just Begun

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When the Napster online file-sharing service was ordered March 5 to block the exchange of copyrighted material, a Los Angeles radio station called me to ask what people would do next

Watch Out . . .

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Pocket watches are back in fashion. You just might not think of them as watches.

No Falling Sky

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The most appropriate response the press could have given to the Chicken Little-esque comments made by Qualcomm Chairman and Chief Executive Irwin Jacobs about when wideband Code Division Multiple Access networks will roll out? In a word: Puleeeze!

Jenny Toomey

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Executive Director, Coalition for the Future of Music

Breaking the Bank

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Most hackers break into systems for fun. Convicted cyber criminal Justin Tanner Petersen did it for profit.

Palm Makes Enterprise Play

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Vendor hopes reorg, acquisition will make it a bigger player for businesses

Glenn Ishihara

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President, NTCH

Corporate Initiatives Forge Ahead

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Amid the ongoing debate over the wireless Internet - it's either the next big thing or a another bust in the making - a growing number of major companies and financial organizations have begun quietly rolling out mobile applications and services

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