HP Expands Recycling, Dell Blasted By Environmental Coalition
by Gregg Keizer
HP is hosting recycling events in Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Oregon.
Alleged Spammer's Bot-Net Partner More Difficult to Nab
by CRN Staff
Law enforcement has an uphill battle trying to nail the 'vendors' spam-generating zombie networks, e-mail security experts say.
HP To Buy Aussie Doc And Records Management Company
With the deal, HP plans to strengthen its Integrated Archive Platform.
Microsoft Puts The Rosy Colored Glasses On Vista
by Kevin McLaughlin
A new online contest shows the amazing lengths to which Microsoft is going to dispel Vista's negative image.
Linux Guru Bashes Apple OS
by Jennifer Lawinski
Linus Torvalds also dismisses rivals' practice of revenue-through-renewal by launching upgrades that require new purchases.
Keane To Wind Down Staffing Work For IBM
by CRN Staff
Keane Inc., a Boston-based IT outsourcing firm with operations in India and Canada, is withdrawing from its $28 million contract to augment staff for IBM.
'Anything But Microsoft' Store Pushes Linux, Open Source
by W. David Gardner
Fueling the Linux and open-source movement, the Sub300 store is offering a low-cost laptop devoid of Microsoft software. President Marc Silverman says most people who contact the store do so because of an intense dislike for Microsoft.
RFID Passport Tests To Begin At San Francisco Airport
by Laurie Sullivan
The trial is the latest test of the technology by the Department of Homeland Security, joining an earlier trial at the Los Angeles airport.
Vista: Will It Or Won't It Play HD DVDs?
by Antone Gonsalves
Microsoft tries to clear up a report in an Australian magazine that the 32-bit version of Windows Vista would not have high-definition playback.