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CTIA Wireless show opens

March 21, 2003 ComputerUser.com

The dangers of regulation in the wireless telecommunications industry and the issues surrounding the roll out of e911 were among the first items on the agenda at the CTIA Wireless 2003 show in New Orleans Monday. […]

Army Denies Hacking Incident

March 21, 2003 PCWorld.com

The U.S. Army is denying that its systems were compromised by a recently discovered buffer overflow vulnerability in a component of Microsoft Windows 2000 used to manage the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol. However, Pentagon sources acknowledged that an investigation into the compromise of a “military server” is now under way. […]

The Cell-Phone Folks Face a Wi-Fi World

March 21, 2003 BusinessWeek Online

The new technology is bound to become another leg of wireless providers’ strategy. Getting to that point is the hard part. At the annual Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Assn. meeting in New Orleans Mar. 17-19, the buzz was, as you would expect, all about wireless communications. […]

Intel developing robot technology

March 21, 2003 CNNmoney

In the future, it might not just be “Intel Inside” personal computers, but — if the company’s research efforts pay off — Intel inside robots, home furnishings and even inside the outdoors. Intel Corp. has opened small labs near four universities and is working with students and professors on research on a variety of technologies, including embedding its chips into increasingly smaller devices and substances. […]

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