Quantum cryptography record broken

Scientists have reported an important speed breakthrough which brings closer the day when quantum encryption becomes a usable part of communications security.

Philips launches electrowetting display startup

Dutch electronics giant Koninklijke Philips Electronics and New Venture Partners have formed a new company, Liquavista, to commercialize electrowetting display technology, the companies said Wednesday.

Group urges governments to do more to fight spam

Governments need to pass more antispam laws, give law enforcement agencies more resources and work better across borders to combat unsolicited e-mail clogging up inboxes, an international economic group said Wednesday.

Torvalds patches Linux kernel, fixes broken virus

The hacker who created a widely reported cross-platform virus that could affect both Windows and Linux PCs may have inadvertently done some free bug testing for the Linux operating system. On Wednesday Linux creator Linus Torvalds said he had patched...

Child support system in budget blow-out

Queensland's Department of Child Safety has revealed its new Information Renewal Initiative (IRI) will cost $61 million as it expands to accommodate additional agencies.

Federal Court cans spammer

Clarity1 has become the first company to be successfully prosecuted under the 2003 Spam Act after the Perth Federal Court ruled in favour of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

Vodafone shows off HSDPA in NZ

New Zealand will get a taste of the next generation high-speed network technology for GSM/UMTS (Global System for Mobile Communications/Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) operators tomorrow when Vodafone New Zealand demonstrates HSDPA (High ...

DRAM makers see prices rising in Q2

DRAM (dynamic-RAM) chip makers are forecasting higher prices for DDR2 (double data rate, second generation) memory chips over the next three months, and current trends could mean they'll remain strong all year.

Yahoo buys most of Meedio's technology

Yahoo has acquired most of the technology from Meedio, which makes software that turns PCs into DVRs (digital video recorders) and digital media organizers and links them with television sets, Meedio announced on Monday.

Dell aims for gamers with high-end notebook

Dell moved to solidify its position in the lucrative gaming market Tuesday by launching the XPS M1710, a dual-core processor machine designed to let gamers simultaneously play three-dimensional games while encoding music or scanning for viruses.

Motorola acquires Orthogon Systems

In a move to strengthen its expertise in next-generation wireless technologies, Motorola said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire privately held Orthogon Systems for an undisclosed sum.

Microsoft to push Sender ID, program at e-mail summit

Microsoft plans to promote adoption of the Sender ID e-mail specification and introduce a new program for helping ISPs (Internet service providers) protect the integrity of e-mail messages at the E-mail Authentication Summit in Chicago.

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