CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Because the two companies are crucial gateways to the Internet for millions of people, their test will be an important--both for trying their own technology and for supplying some IPv6 users who can help other's setup. The companies announced the test today. Internet Protocol version 6 supplies a vastly larger address space for attaching computers to the Internet than IPv4, which was established with a paltry 4.3 billion addresses in 1976 during the Internet's infancy. Although many of these are unused--most, by one measure--the last batches of IPv4 addresses were allocated at the highest levels this month, meaning it's only a matter of time before the remaining ones are used up.
Stephen Shankland: The world learned about gesture recognition through the Nintendo Wii and later the Xbox Kinect game controller, Where has the state of the art gone since then?Gideon Shmuel: The Wii is using infrared handheld gyroscope-based devices, It's not very precise, so it's very hard to press on a small icon, You can do gross movements, but typing something with that is hard, The Kinect uses something called structured light with active illumination and a depth sensor, The first Kinect used PrimeSense, which was recently sold to Apple, It's cheap, but it needs a lot of light and, it uses a lot of energy, and it uses a lot of music, everywhere iphone case processing power..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Trend Micro is shipping a new version of its virus protection software for email and Internet gateways that run on Hewlett-Packard's Unix operating system. InterScan VirusWall version 2 for HP-UX scans for viruses in email attachments, HTTP files, and FTP traffic. Each server-based component can be installed on a single dedicated server, or together on one server. The $1,795 price for 50 users includes a year of updates, and the product is sold both direct and through resellers.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, You can register your interest in the BlackBerry Torch at the Vodafone Web site, The Torch will be available on pay monthly contracts -- there are no details yet, but lengthy two-year deals are, unfortunately, likely, The Torch packs a Qwerty keyboard and touchscreen into its sliding frame, but sadly no actual torch, It's also the first to run BlackBerry 6, the latest version of the BB operating system, In related news, T-Mobile has today announced the BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105 is now available on pay as you go, It's the first time the Pearl 3G is on pay as you go, The phone will cost you £250, Topping up your account with £20 top-up before 31 August will net you six music, everywhere iphone case months free email and 1GB of Internet use..
The wireless industry is working to make devices and network gear more efficient, but that simply won't be enough to keep up with growth, says FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski. The Federal Communications Commission is laying the groundwork for freeing up wireless spectrum. Last week, the FCC held a workshop that examined the looming spectrum crisis. In a report published as part of the meeting, the FCC indicated that over the next five years, data usage will increase 35 times, compared to rates of today. While the wireless industry is working to make devices and network infrastructure equipment more efficient, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said last week at the meeting that it would not be enough to keep up with growth.