Recognizing the growing popularity of mobile computing devices such as handheld computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and smart phones, companies are rolling out a host of new products to secure data and communications on portable devices. Fr...
Hoping to better establish its version of Linux on the desktops of small and midsize companies, Red Hat Inc. on Monday will formally deliver Version 8.0 of the open-source operating system that features a spiffier graphical interface.
Stopping e-mail spam from clogging networks, forcing over-provisioning of mail servers and stealing end users' time is the challenge which has consumed Julian Ehrlich, director of Sydney company Pearl Communications for the past four years.
During the past two weeks, online payment service PayPal Inc. has been targeted by scam artists trying to get the personal information of its users, including credit card data, user names and passwords.
A security flaw in commonly distributed file-viewing programs may make it possible for attackers to use Adobe Systems Inc. PDF and PostScript files to run malicious code on machines using the Unix or Linux operating systems, according to an advisory ...
Sony Corp.'s going to war; a war it plans to fight with weapons of mass distinction. By its own admission it was late to the CD-R market, missing out to arch rival Philips, a mistake it's not planning to repeat with DVD.
A number of software vendors and security firms are teaming up to discuss reporting strategies for security flaws, balancing the right of users to know whether their software is flawed against the possibility that publicizing vulnerabilities may enco...
One in five new cars built worldwide will contain a Bluetooth wireless networking chip by 2007 so that drivers can use hands-free mobile phone headsets while driving, according to a report by New York-based technology thinktank, Allied Business Intel...
Webcasters could potentially get a break from what they claim are overly burdensome copyright fees if a new bill introduced into Congress late Thursday is approved.
An alphabet soup of new specifications is in the works in the IEEE 802.11 Working Group, the body in charge of the popular set of wireless LAN standards generally marketed under the name WiFi. In the end the new capabilities should make the technolog...
French software publisher Arturia SA Friday announced the release of Storm Music Studio 2.0, following its public introduction at Apple Expo in Paris in September.
Antivirus firm Central Command on Wednesday released the findings of its annual survey, which showed peer-to-peer file-sharing sites are becoming virus writers' latest target.
If there's one thing Germany doesn't lack, it's advanced communications infrastructure. So why is FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) crafting an IT strategy that calls for using as little local infrastructure as possible for its...
Toshiba has announced a new version of its Bluetooth SDIO (Secure Digital I/O) card for portable digital consumer equipment such as PDAs (personal digital assistants) and digital still cameras that have an SDIO card slot.
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