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A Columnist's Farewell

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Writing her last Filter column for washingtonpost.com, Cynthia L. Webb muses on how the technology sector has changed over the past two-and-a-half years.



Wired for Security

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

High-tech surveillance and security measures are in place to make sure the first presidential inauguration of the post-9/11 era is day for celebrating, not worrying. -washingtonpost.com



For Techs, Are Happy Days Here Again?

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Yahoo, IBM and Motorola ring in the new year with stellar quarterly numbers, prompting bold predictions that the tech sector will have a big 2005. -washingtonpost.com



Video Game Dream Team

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

The line between real and simulated sports continues to blur with Electronic Arts's 15-year deal to incorporate ESPN's brand and personalities in its video games. -washingtonpost.com



A Failing Upgrade for the FBI

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

This is not a way to endear yourself to taxpayers or critics: The FBI may have to nix a $170 million computer revamp that was designed to boost data-sharing capabilities and cobble together a clearer picture of the terror threat. -washingtonpost.com



New Year's Hacks

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Two high-profile hacking incidents reported this week remind me that January is a month in which cyber-criminals like to remind us just how insecure many computer networks remain. -washingtonpost.com



Apple Goes Budget Friendly

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Apple is finally ready to dump its reputation as a niche player that only courts only a subset of PC users willing to spend extra bucks for its products. -washingtonpost.com



Big Blue Opens the Patent Vault

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

IBM is providing the open-source software community with access to 500 of its patents, promising more are to come. Is this the beginning of the end of proprietary software? -washingtonpost.com



An Apple a Day

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

After a week of gadget frenzy at CES, all eyes will be on San Francisco this week as the Macworld conference answers the burning questions: Will Apple unveil an under-$500 iMac? And is a flash-based iPod in the works? -washingtonpost.com



Microsoft Spies a Whole New Market

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Microsoft's latest attempt to do its Windows customers a favor -- offering free spyware protection -- could pose a severe threat to the computer security industry as it prepares to withstand a heavyweight onslaught out of Redmond. -washingtonpost.com



Tech Giants Double Down in Vegas

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Thousands of companies want the key to your living room, and at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, some of the mightiest are partnering on digital entertainment instead of competing to make it happen.
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Vonage Phones in Hot WiFi Plans

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

The Internet phone company wants to make chatting on the go even easier for consumers with WiFi technology, a move that could spook mobile phone carriers in the same way Internet phones are scaring local competitors. -washingtonpost.com



CES 2005: Form, Function and Stylin'

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Tech movers and shakers descending on Las Vegas this week for the annual Consumer Electronics Show will find that when it comes to hot new gadgets, it's all about the accessories. -washingtonpost.com



Tsunami Prompts Online Outpouring

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

In the aftermath of last week's tsunami disaster, the Internet is a tool for good and bad ... but mostly good. -washingtonpost.com



The Year in Technology

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

VoIP. Google. iPod. Spyware. Mel Karmazin. Firefox. Blogs. Oracle. They all made Filter's list of the top 10 technology "stories" of 2004. -washingtonpost.com



Shooting for Video Game Success

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

The video game wars, particularly between top rivals Sony and Nintendo, are in heavy battle mode during the holiday season, with stores struggling to keep enough of the hottest consoles and game titles on the shelves to satisfy hungry gift-buyers. -washingtonpost.com



The Incredible Edible IPod

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

There are more ways to cook an egg than to use an iPod... for now. The latest reports indicate that the digital music player's fans are coming up with all sorts of unexpected uses for this year's holiday gift phenomenon. -washingtonpost.com



Santa's Bag of Tech Mergers

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

'Tis the season for mergers, as technology firms go on a buying binge this holiday season that is starting to rival the great M&A spree of the 1990s. -washingtonpost.com



iPod: The Gift That Keeps on Going

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Apple couldn't ask for a better dilemma -- with nine days left until Christmas, retailers are reporting a run on the popular iPod digital music player. -washingtonpost.com



Nice Day for a Wireless Wedding

Sat, 23 Apr 2005 11:28:39 GMT

Even though we knew it was coming, journalists seem to have plenty to write about now that underdogs Sprint and Nextel have announced their $35 billion nuptial plans, including a rumor that one of the industry's big dogs would try to spoil the party. -washingtonpost.com