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2011-04-29 Virus harnessing boosts solar cell efficiency
MIT researchers have concluded that harnessing a virus could boost the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells from under 8 percent to over 10.6 percent.
2008-08-28 Virus enables nanoscale battery development
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers claimed to have fabricated micron-scale batteries by combining microcontact printing and virus-based self-assembly.
2005-01-24 New firewall supports gateway anti-virus, intrusion prevention
SonicWALL introduced what it claims as the world's first sub-$400 small business firewall supporting gateway anti-virus and intrusion prevention.
2003-08-08 Neoteris, Fortinet partner on anti-virus gateway solution
Neoteris has entered into a technology partnership with Fortinet to deliver an integrated SSL-based access solution with a third party anti-virus gateway.
2012-06-20 UK, Thai researchers use Tesla GPUs to combat H1N1
Nvidia's GPUs play an integral role in a research that shed new light on prevention of future epidemics of H1N1 influenza virus.
2004-10-18 Trusted platform modules eye embedded
TPMs implement trusted-computing security objectives in a low-power, high-performance hardware/software combination.
2004-10-18 Seeking security at the network edge
By moving the management of security services to the network edge, many technical and business challenges can be solved.
2002-12-16 Security inadequate in RTOSs
Commercial entities must make their systems just as secure against internal attacks as military and government entities do, and the primary defense is the mechanisms residing in RTOSs.
2015-09-04 Safely travel on the internet highway
When compared to our highway system C the learned knowledge of how we should travel on the internet highway, relatively, we are still in the horse and buggy days.
2009-04-07 Researchers tap viruses for 'green' batteries
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim that genetically-engineered viruses can be used to assemble tiny batteries that can then be printed on plastic films.
2005-01-02 Philippines' future engineers dream of conquests
Engineering students from the Philippines voice out their aspirations to go abroad to earn more and learn more technical skills
2003-05-02 Philippines' future engineers dream of conquests
Engineering students from the Philippines voice out their aspirations to go abroad to earn more and learn more technical skills.
2005-04-18 Net processors for advanced security apps
The proper solution for defending LAN from security attacks is by using a multilayered protective 'net.
2013-11-19 MIT researchers use viruses to boost Li-air cell performance
The team added genetically modified viruses to the production of nanowires that serve as one of a battery's electrodes to improve the number of charging-discharging cycles the batteries can withstand.
2014-11-07 Biology-based approach can protect IoT systems
The size, exponential growth, distributed nature and economics of the Internet of Things present new, arguably paradigm-shifting challenges in security management.
2006-10-20 Apple turns iPod into iWorm
Apple Computer on warned that some of its recently-shipped music players contained a worm that infected Windows PCs.
2004-05-17 AMD expands mobile processor offering
Advanced Micro Devices has launched two low-power mobile processors designed to offer mobility to thin and light notebooks.
2003-06-11 Yageo delays production in Suzhou plant
Passive component maker Yageo Corp. has postponed its production operations in Suzhou, mainland China to Q4 this year instead of last month.
2003-11-03 XML services call for security checks
Nothing has done more to erode the enterprise security perimeter than the rise of XML Web services. Designed to bypass the existing enterprise IP-based security infrastructure, Web services create a sea of vulnerabilities.
2013-11-12 Windows XP expiration pushes rethinking of industrial op'n
The extended support and availability of security updates for Windows XP will end in April 2014, driving asset owners needing to continue secure operation to think about their course of action.
2014-10-27 Wearables in enterprises: Good, bad, inevitable
Innovations are expected to happen first in the enterprise, with the first wave of employees to use them include technicians, doctors, police and construction workers. However, chief information officers should brace themselves for security and integration challenges.
2011-12-22 USBs, peripherals take center stage
USB has become ubiquitous on almost every consumer electronic device, from smartphones to PCs, TVs to game consoles, disk drives to tablets, cameras and much more besides.
2011-11-10 Understanding cloud opportunities, challenges
As the cloud reveals itself, it will present a whole new set of risks, challenges, and opportunities. Those it will affect the most are IT employees, security experts, and software product vendors.
2002-10-07 Trigen distributes Fortinet VPNs in South Korea
Trigen Infocomm and Fortinet Inc. have collaborated to mainstream information security solutions across public networks in South Korea, through the use of VPN.
2008-03-26 Toshiba readies 128GByte notebook SSD
Toshiba last week said it plans to ship before April a 128Gbyte SSD that will appear first in Toshiba notebooks sold in Japan.
2003-06-03 Toshiba fab expansion in China halted by SARS fears
Toshiba Corp. is temporarily suspending the expansion of a China-based assembly and test facility due to a rising concern over the SARS epidemic.
2009-11-19 Tesla GPUs enable low-cost parallel computing
Nvidia's new Telsa GPUs deliver the same performance as CPU-based clusters at a tenth of the cost, and one-twentieth the power.
2002-12-10 Tarari adopts Xilinx FPGAs
Tarari Inc. has chosen Xilinx Inc.'s reprogrammable chip technology for the development of the Tarari Content Processing Platform.
2007-04-04 Solid-state storage devices offer 1-8GB options
Silicon Storage Technology expanded its NANDrive solid-state storage product line with devices that range in capacities from 1Gbyte to 8Gbytes.
2011-01-13 Software eases network security
Cavium Networks' TurboDPI software solution integrates protocol analysis, application recognition, URL filtering, IDS/IPS and anti-malware.
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