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WinAmp blows another security fuse

For those enterprise IT managers who've been eagerly anticipating the next major WinAmp security flaw, the wait is over. Brett Moore of Security-Assessment.com on Tuesday published details of a security hole allowing attackers to take over a PC when ...

Microsoft, Sun to talk about cooperation

Microsoft and Sun Microsystems on December 1 will deliver a joint update on their collaborations pursuant to an April 2004 technology-sharing agreement to boost interoperability between the two vendors' products, according to a Microsoft representati...

AMD releases Mobile Sempron ahead of 2005 mobile push

Advanced Micro Devices' (AMD) new Mobile Sempron chip gives the company a fresh chip for the holiday season, but that processor probably won't help it overcome the solid advantage that Intel holds in the notebook market.

Salesforce.com continues strong customer growth

Hosted sales management software provider Salesforce.com is closing in on 200,000 paying subscribers, an 80 percent gain in its customer base from this time last year, the company said this week as it announced its third-quarter financial results.

MS strategy pushes it to cross-platform support

Microsoft wrapped up its IT Forum in Copenhagen last week by singing the praises of new management tools that are part of a long-term vision for reducing IT complexity. But behind its more vocal announcements there emerged another significant tune, o...

Sun in hot water over Java security hole

Sun Microsystems has disclosed a serious vulnerability in the Java Plug-in technology within the Software Developers' Kit (SDK) and the Java Run-time Environment (JRE) that allows attackers to bypass the Java sandbox and Java applet security.

ICQ joins webmail battles with new service

The increasingly competitive webmail market has a new player: Instant messaging provider ICQ now offers a fee-based service that includes 2G bytes of storage, a calendar feature, task manager, notepad, wireless access and support for both POP3 (Post ...

Euro Web sites spread Bofra worm via banner ads

Web site visitors who clicked on banner ads on a number of popular European Web sites this weekend could have infected their computers with variants of the Bofra worm, experts warned on Monday.

BigPond addresses Idol problem

Telstra's Internet service provider BigPond has turned self-appointed content cop after accidentally steering millions of unwitting Australian teenagers to the tribute site of a gay porn star.

ISP teams with Symantec to can spam

One of Australia's leading ISPs has stepped up its anti-spam stance by purchasing Symantec anti-spam software and providing it free to broadband and dial-up customers.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.

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My first impression after unboxing the Q702 is that it is a nice looking unit. Styling is somewhat minimalist but very effective. The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.

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