Melbourne-based website hosting company, Pacific Blue Online, has stopped offering Swiss bank accounts over the Internet following intervention from financial regulators.
An American man pleaded guilty on Friday to four counts of wire fraud and unauthorized access to a computer after he and two accomplices used a vulnerable wireless network at a home improvement store in Michigan to attempt to steal credit card number...
Microsoft's Windows XP Service Pack 2 and the next version of Red Hat's Enterprise Linux 3 will support new CPU-based security protections designed to stop incoming malicious executable code from being triggered.
Motorola subsidiary Freescale Semiconductor outlined a product roadmap on Monday that will take its line of UWB (Ultra-Wideband) chipsets from 114M bps (bits per second) to 1G bps over the next year.
Fujitsu and Samsung SDI have settled a legal dispute in which each company sued the other over patents related to PDPs (plasma display panels), they said Monday.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a group that has had its fair share of problems, has yet another: The Net coordination body wants more money -- and more power -- but one of its largest partners, the Council of Europea...
A report last week about a security hole in a wireless broadband router made by Cisco Systems' Linksys division overstated the severity of the vulnerability, according to the man who first warned of the problem.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to come out with a third major processor brand called Sempron in the second half of this year.
Broadband take-up experienced its lowest growth rate during the last quarter of 2003 compared with the rest of the year, the latest Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) broadband report claims.
A new videoconferencing course for .Net developers who live outside the main centres kicks off tonight.
IBM next week for the first time will add support for Microsoft's .Net development tools to its access management software, letting corporations build support for IBM's identity management platform directly into Windows-based applications.
Two of the smallest memory card formats on the market will be getting a capacity boost in the coming months, according to card makers at the Computex trade show, last week.
If you've had your fill of Web-based e-mail burdened with skimpy storage and cluttered interfaces, say hello to Google's free Gmail. Packed with innovative features such as message threading and fast searching, Gmail provides a full 1 gigabyte of ser...
Antivirus software companies are warning customers about a new email worm that targets unpatched Microsoft Windows machines with either of two recently disclosed software vulnerabilities.
The Australian Customs Service has chalked up its first custodial sentence for offences under the Copyright Act, with a Brisbane man given a nine month jail sentence of which he will serve three months, pay a $1500 recognisance fee and be placed upon...
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