BlackBerry reveals bank secrets.

A man bought a used BlackBerry from a former Morgan Stanley vice president and discovered that it still contains the VP’s email messages, revealing a treasure trove of confidential information, according to this Wired News story by Kim Zetter. In addition to personal e-mails that reveal the VP’s own Charles Schwab IRA account numbers, the […]

BlackBerry reveals bank secrets.

Living dead.

Telecom and networking companies blew through far more money in 1999-2001 than did their startup siblings in e-commerce and consumer-oriented Web sites. Plus, where the money is going now.

Living dead.

Going mobile.

Some stats on the wireless market: U.S. Wireless Market Sees Surprising Growth (WSJ, 8/15/03) Mobile phone sales encroaching on handheld organizers (c|net news.com, 8/18/03) Notebook sales hit new highs (c|net news.com, 7/2/03)

Going mobile.

Linux for the masses?

By all accounts, Linux is doggedly continuing its march toward respectability and, perhaps, even boredom. Like a motorcycle-riding, leathers-wearing, tattooed CPA, Linux has a whiff of youthful danger and rebelliousness about it, despite being, in its daily work, rather dull.

Linux for the masses?