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  • Sun, HDS Extend Storage Pact

    Sun Microsystems and Hitachi Data Systems last week officially renewed the relationship under which Sun resells HDS' Freedom Storage Lightning V Series arrays.

  • Peripherals Put VAR On Right Path

    A Tampa, Fla.-based solution provider who refocused a significant part of his business this year on peripherals supplied by a single vendor said he has doubled his revenue stream.

  • Database Engine Is 'Pervasive' In Everyway

    The newest version of Pervasive Software's database engine, Pervasive.SQL V8, is the fastest-adopted release in Pervasive's history and boasts a useful design, unique features and wide applicability. Since the days of Btrieve, Pervasive has maintained its competency in providing a database engine for single-use systems with a single dedicated database.

  • FBI Nabs Teen Suspect In MSBlaster Variant Worm

    A Minnesota teenager known online as "teekid" was arrested and placed on electronic monitoring Friday for allegedly unleashing a version of the "Blaster" computer worm that infected thousands of computers.

  • Motorola Sells Its Symbian Stake To Nokia, Psion

    Nokia is buying most of Motorola's stake in Symbian, increasing its share in the Psion plc-led operating system licensing venture from 19 percent to 32 percent. Psion will increase its share in Symbian to 31 percent.

  • IBM Squashes Worms

    IBM researchers in Zurich, Switzerland, have developed novel worm-squashing software the company says it wants to turn into a product to help guard against computer-network attacks such as those that slowed Internet traffic earlier this month.

  • D-Link Launches Public/Private Gateway

    D-Link earlier this week released its Airspot DSA-3100, a bundled hotspot gateway that includes firewall, DHCP server, router and printer functions geared toward solution providers serving the small and medium-sized business and retail markets.

  • FBI To Arrest Teen In Internet Attack

    The FBI has identified a teenager as the author of a damaging virus-like infection unleashed on the Internet and plans to arrest him early Friday, a U.S. official confirmed Thursday.

  • New Face For Java Apps On The Client

    Two Web-services standards are emerging at the same time and are expected to radically improve the user experience on the Web through better interactions with Web servers and higher speeds.