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Today in alarm:clock. In an information economy, Topio helps its customers protect a core asset: data. And, the online travel market still offers opportunity to start-ups.
Technology Review editor Wade Roush blogged that he doesn’t think music cell phones will amount to much. Columnist Eric Hellweg things he’s wrong.
Consumer electronics companies continue to search for the killer multimedia app for consumers. It ain’t gonna be the cell phone, argues TR editor Wade Roush.
Technology Review requested that an independent group re-examine the stories written by Michelle Delio. Here are its findings.
Security is one of the biggest problems corporations face when installing wireless networks. One start-up hopes to capture the market by walling off WLANs.
The digital economy is making a comeback, but some worry we may be headed for another crash…Moore’s Law takes a beating from Moore…the bubble bounce had led to more savings, and less hiring.
Stewart Brand argues that environmentalists need to radically alter their position on four core issues. Former Dept. of Energy official Joseph Romm disagrees. Follow their blog debate.
Coldplay’s exclusive ringtone deal with Cingular Wireless marks the beginning of a new way to sell music – 15 seconds at a time.
Integrian wants its mobile digital video platform tool used to upgrade traditional security and surveillance tapes. Plus, elderly business models are reconsidered and other alarm:clock news from the land of private venture funding.