Technical Writing Geek writes: "As anti-spam technology improves, hackers are finding new vehicles to deliver their malicious code. And some could be embedded in online video players, according to a report on Internet threats released Tuesday by the Georgia Tech Information Security Center as it holds its annual summit.
One worm discovered in November 2006 launches a corrupt Web site without prompting after a user opens a media file in a player. Another program silently installs spyware when a video file is opened. Attackers have also tried to spread fake video links via postings on YouTube.
An anonymous reader writes: Everyone needs a good calendar tool during these busy times, so why not a voice-enabled one? With VoiceXML, you can create a calendar that you can manipulate using your own speech. This exchange of information opens up a world of possibilities in terms of the interactivity between your calendar application, existing data and a voice-based browser or interface. The calendar can also output VoiceXML to speak your daily tasks back to you.