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E-discovery gets an F | Network World

E-discovery in the age of Web 2.0 has a long way to go, according to industry experts, who recently convened at a Symantec Inc.-hosted Webinar to bemoan the state of record compliance in enterprises today.

USB 3.0: Five Things You Need to Know | Network World

It's one of the most successful and versatile computer interfaces out there, and it's getting a major update.

Gov’t can embrace social media, collaboration, experts say | Network World

If the U.S. Department of Defense can embrace social networking and other Web 2.0 tools, just about any large organization can, said a representative of the agency's Business Transformation Office.

CES: DisplayLink says USB 3.0 video coming soon | Network World

DisplayLink plans to show off a new chip that supports the USB 3.0 standard at the Consumer Electronics Show next month in Las Vegas.

BT’s Web 2.0 security strategy | Network World

In 2006, just as the first tweet was being Twittered, BT Global Services launched an effort to keep its customers and 112,000 employees safe in a new world of Web-based communities and other interactive sites.

Upgrade path to Android 2.0 uncertain | Network World

With this week's release of Verizon Wireless' Droid phone comes the first real test of the potential for fragmentation with Android.

Why security needs to catch up to Web 2.0 | Network World

Security managers can keep blocking Facebook, refusing to support mobile devices and vetoing cloud-based services, but they aren't going away. And ignoring ways to make room for them in your security program is like burying your head in the sand, according to Tom Gillis, vice president and general manager of Cisco's security technology business unit, and author of the new book Securing the Borderless Network: Security for the Web 2.0 World.

Security, compliance come before collaboration | Network World

Enterprise 2.0 strategies are becoming more popular among companies today, but there are serious logistical and legal challenges along with the expected benefits of using social collaboration tools.

USB 3.0: The new speed limit | Network World

Have you spent too much time waiting for large files to crawl between a computer and an external hard drive? Don't fret -- USB 3.0 has arrived. Not only can it move data faster and provide more power, but it's compatible with USB 2.0 devices.

Clearwire WiMAX driver for Mac due next month | Network World

Clearwire next month will finally introduce client software for linking Apple Macintosh laptops directly to its WiMax service, as well as introducing a dual-mode USB modem for WiMax and Sprint Nextel's 3G network.

Coupons 2.0: Social Buying Sites That Add Up to Savings | Network World

With social buying sites such as Groupon, you round up friends to cash in on steep discounts on everything from restaurants to spas. Here's the lowdown on 10 sites that will hook you up with a variety of deals.

Microsoft to test interoperability of identity protocol | Network World

Microsoft next month for the first time will participate in SAML 2.0 interoperability testing using its Geneva platform to test against other vendors' implementations of the open standard identity protocol.

Mozilla releases version 2.0 of its license | Network World

Mozilla announced Tuesday the release of version 2.0 of the Mozilla Public License (MPL), which provides compatibility with the Apache and GPL licenses, opening up a wider body of code for reuse by the Mozilla project.

Biking 2.0: MIT ‘smart’ wheel tracks mileage, traffic, friends | Network World

Why just go for a plain old bike ride when you could pedal and keep track of traffic, mileage and your friends all at the same time?

Norton Online Backup gets big upgrade, supports Mac | Network World

Symantec released version 2.0 of its Norton Online Backup product, which now supports Mac OS X and allows file sharing between users and Web access to any backed up documents.

Five Twitter Features I Want Most in 2010 | Network World

Sure, 2009 was a banner year for Web 2.0 darling Twitter. But here are five changes that I want to see Twitter implement to make its service even better in 2010.

Microsoft doctors AutoRun in Windows 7 to stymie Conficker | Network World

Prompted by the spread of the Conficker worm through infected USB drives, Microsoft Corp. will unveil changes in next week's public Windows 7 Release Candidate that are designed to stymie such hacker strategies.

New high-speed I/O interface debuts at CES | Network World

The war is over and USB has won ... or has it? At CES this week a new wireless SATA interface will try to dethrone SuperSpeed USB by offering speeds of up to 6Gbps vs. USB 3.0's max of 5Gbps.

T-Mobile adds a free 3G stick, cuts prices | Network World

T-Mobile USA doubled down on 3G (third-generation) data Wednesday, introducing a second USB dongle for laptops and lowering prices for the end-of-year holiday season.

Mozilla fixes 11 new flaws in Firefox, six critical | Network World

Mozilla on Wednesday patched 11 vulnerabilities in Firefox 3.0 -- and 12 bugs in the older Firefox 2.0 -- that could be used to compromise computers and steal information.

Android 2.0: The iPhone killer at last? | Network World

Get past the hype: Here's the real deal on Android's chances to unseat the iPhone

Microsoft unwraps netbook Windows 7 upgrade tool | Network World

Microsoft has released a tool that lets netbook owners install Windows 7 on their machines using a USB flash drive, sidestepping the usual requirement of a DVD drive.

MySpace adds music features in bid to reinvent itself | Network World

As part of its attempt to reinvent itself, MySpace unveiled a slew of new music products, including a massive collection of music videos, at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.

6 Ways We Gave Up Our Privacy | Network World

Privacy has long been seen as a basic, sacred right. But in the Web 2.0 world, where the average user is addicted to Google apps, GPS devices, their BlackBerry or iPhone, and such social networking sites as Facebook and Twitter, that right is slowly and willingly being chipped away. In fact, some security experts believe it's gone already.

AIR 2.0 will flow to Flip cams, local apps | Network World

While Flash Player got most of the attention at Adobe Systems' developer conference this week, the company also announced an update to Adobe AIR, a runtime environment that allows Flash programs to run offline on the desktop.