Microsoft is poised for an onslaught into the security software market that could displace many of the sector's leading vendors, IDC analyst Chris Christiansen forecast Tuesday during a keynote address here at CIBC World Markets' Enterprise and E-Bus...
Bear Stearns analyst Andrew Neff believes Apple Computer is over 80 per cent likely to start using Intel chips.
Now is the time for Apple Computer Inc. to go after Windows users full force, it seems. Though Windows desktop operating systems will remain the dominant client desktop standard "for the foreseeable future," you shouldn't count Mac OS X and Linux out...
The Australian PC market grew by 14 per cent in the second quarter of 2002 compared to the same quarter last year, prompting analysts at Gartner Dataquest to assume that the Y2K replacement cycle has begun.
A new technology could let a Trojan horse disguise itself as the Internet Explorer browser and let hackers steal data from your PC by fooling firewalls into thinking it's a trusted Microsoft Corp. application, say three security consultants.
A vulnerability has been discovered in Symantec firewall products that would let a knowledgeable attacker hijack any connection to Symantec's software-based or appliance-based firewalls, thereby potentially gaining unauthorized access to internal cor...
Four years ago, Intuit Inc. announced they would no longer support QuickBooks for the Mac -- a decision that generated a lot of ill will toward Intuit. Today the company is announcing that has a multi-year plan to develop and support a new Mac OS X c...
Three technology heavyweights joined with the US Cornell Theory Center (CTC) Monday to announce their expansion of a project to build large, low-cost computer clusters with readily available hardware and software.
Hacking is not about creating viruses, breaking into computer systems or even rainbow-dyed hair, but is instead about the search for truth, critical thinking and the pursuit of knowledge, according to Richard Thieme, an author, consultant and former ...
Sony Computer Entertainment America, has bought Incog Inc., developer of "Twisted Metal" PlayStation games, SCEA announced Monday.
FireWire Depot isn't just an esoteric data interface for computers, according to market research firm In-Stat/MDR. The company today reported that FireWire is making broad gains in consumer markets worldwide. In fact, FireWire-equipped consumer produ...
NEC Solutions on Monday launched the PowerMate eco, a fanless, ecologically sensitive desktop PC.
Audio fingerprinting may be the music industry's brightest hope against piracy, but the technology is still some time away from being implemented.
The Australian Communications Authority (ACA) has announced a new Internet Service Provider (ISP) industry guideline, designed to help ISPs deliver "clear and comprehensive" knowledge on their service offerings and equip consumers with tools for comp...
Mobile operators in Australia and Singapore have moved ahead with offering multimedia messaging service (MMS), looking to maximise data revenues while waiting for the right time to start rolling out 3G (third-generation) mobile services.
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