Beautify yourself like an astronaut. 111 Skin unveils an anti-aging cream it claims is made from black diamond particles formed in space.
Does the company's demise point to a tech meltdown? The end of the network access control market? Nope and nope. So then what does it mean?
Network access control (NAC) is slowly changing and moving in the right direction toward identity-based networking.
At this year's networking geekfest in Las Vegas, a lot of buzz will be focused on NAC and a plethora of other related acronyms.
At Interop conference, it seems that Microsoft is embracing networking collaboration, while Cisco Systems has never seemed more proprietary.
Company isn't always the first vendor to embrace a new model, but it can really move the market when it does, says Jon Oltsik.
Sony's Giga Juke HDD Hi-Fi Audio is both a traditional hi-fi mini system and a traditional hi-fi deck. Two separate units and each boasting enormous hard disks
Some interesting trends emerge when Jon Oltsik gives a talk on endpoint security and asks the attendees about their IT infrastructure and their plans for it.
Sony's newly announced HomeShare wireless music-streaming platform launches with five new products that will compete with Apple's similar AirPlay standard.
Wireless LANs have evolved to the point of enterprise-wide deployment, especially in education, government, health care, manufacturing. That translates into opportunity.