The Department of Homeland Security's Privacy Office has approved the controversial searches, copying and retention of laptops, PDAs, and other digital devices without cause at U.S. borders. Travelers could soon start seeing notices
Crossing the U.S. border with your laptop, cell phone, iPod or video camera? Better think twice.U.S. customs agents were recently given new powers to seize notebook computers and other electronic devices of Americans
Meeting with clients. Visiting suppliers. Presenting at trade shows. You have a lot of work to do outside the office. Fortunately, staying productive when you're mobile is getting easier, thanks to Web-based services.
The Palm Treo 700p Smartphone is perfect. Almost.With a generous screen (4.4x2.3 inches) and a brilliant display (320x320 resolution), this device has pretty much everything you could ask for. It features, for example,
What's a workable strategy for integrating new handhelds and phones into our employees' daily business use?Smartphones, PDAs and other mobile devices are finding their way into small and mid-sized organizations with increasing momentum,
He reassured American businesses catering to Canadian tourists that new ID and documentation requirements would not be “too restrictive.”In short, the U.S. government is trying to make sure people who try to enter
The Waterloo, Ont.-based provider of the push-e-mail service and announced its agreement with patent holder NTP to make a one-time payment of $US612.5 million in exchange for a licence agreement earlier this month.