Bose has updated its home entertainment product line in time for the Christmas buying period. Included amongst them is its first new acoustic audio product in 20 years - a set of speakers designed for home PCs.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has discontinued proceedings against two of the four respondents in it's case against Google and the Trading Post Australia which alleged that Google failed to distinguish between sponsored and 'orga...
Microsoft has amped up its antipiracy campaign, adding a program that targets large customers that need to "get legal" after being fingered for using counterfeit or illegally-applied volume licenses.
Anti-virus application vendor Symantec found a total 212,101 new malware variants over the first months of 2007, an astonishing 185 per cent increase over the second half of 2006, totalling an average of well over 1100 unique samples arriving per day...
Telstra claims its Next-G Network has already surpassed the coverage of its national CDMA network some four months ahead of its CDMA switch-off date which is set for January 28, 2008.
The Web site of one of China's Internet security organizations has been laced with malicious code.
Google's acquisition of e-mail security vendor Postini is paying off for Google Apps enterprise users, who are gaining access to extra security and compliance features.
Adobe Systems' moves to support rich Internet applications are exposing the software vendor -- and its developers and users -- to the threat of more Web-based malware and efforts to take advantage of security holes in its products.
A 21-year-old California man has been arrested and charged with launching a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack against CastleCops, an online forum and Web site that specializes in rooting out Internet scams.
The Jericho Forum predicts a day when it will be unnecessary to build network perimeter defenses with firewalls, but in the meantime corporate network-security experts need to find alternatives to address the shortcomings that are pushing firewalls t...
Arm 's new Cortex A9-MPCore design for a cellular processor with up to four cores aims to deliver better performance to smartphones and mobile devices while consuming minimal battery life.
A US federal court judge has certified a class-action lawsuit against Target filed by the National Federation of the Blind (NFB).
A group of seven companies including Mozilla, Arm and MontaVista Software are hoping to grow the market for a relatively new device category that sits in between a smartphone and a laptop.
Fans of '80s teen comedies know San Dimas as the Los Angeles suburb that's the hometown for the lovable dimwits of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.
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