When many people think of Microsoft, they think of a stodgy old corporation churning out boring PC software.
In a discovery that would probably send the Dr. Evil character of the "Austin Powers" movies into cardiac arrest, Google recently detected more than a trillion unique URLs on the Web.
In its bid to protect the city from one computer security risk, the San Francisco District Attorney's Office may very well have created another.
Apple late Friday announced that it had restored partial access to blacked-out MobileMe e-mail accounts, but acknowledged that some messages sent to those accounts had been lost during the week-long outage.
NIntendo is king, but Microsoft's gaming division still managed to post its first ever year-long profits this week.
Telstra and the Competitive Carriers Coalition have gone toe-to-toe regarding where they believe the focus should be in the lead-up to the National Broadband Network build.
Yahoo! Subsidiary Zimbra has released Beta 3 of its outlook competitor Zimbra Desktop.
Australian Mac users are up in arms over the fact that the software the Australian Tax Office (ATO) distributes to help users pay their taxes is not Mac compatible.
The UK Government, the recording and film industry, and six of the UK's biggest ISPs are collaborating to fight illegal file sharing.
The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre [APNIC] is warning organisations that routers and network management software needs to be updated before 32-bit Autonomous System numbers become the norm.
Barack Obama has left the presidential campaign trail and joined George W Bush, Al Qaeda and Microsoft to recruit zombies for the world's second largest botnet, Rustock.
This year, the biggest crowd at lunch during Microsoft's analyst meeting was at CEO Steve Ballmer's table, with people standing two rows deep around the lucky few who actually scored a seat.
Motorola has updated its wireless LAN predictive planning tool to work with 802.11n high throughput access points.
Microsoft is working on a way to combine all of its online services under a single Web page, rather than continue on with its confusing online presence involving multiple brands and services reached through many different portals.
Six of the UK's largest ISPs are set to announce today that they've signed up to a government-backed initiative that's designed to clamp down on music piracy.
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