Rumours of a troublesome new type of trojan program were confirmed last Thursday when two security companies issued alerts about a new threat known variously as "Trojan 55808" and "Stumbler."
British Airways PLC could follow in the footsteps of German airline Lufthansa AG following positive response to its three-month trial of in-flight broadband from Connexion by The Boeing Co. on its flights between London and New York.
Call it TiVo for your eyes and ears: The ultimate memory-enhancing hardware for geeks is at CeBIT last week, dubbed Camwear.
A power failure to a router left some St George Bank Internet banking customers unable to log on or process transactions early on Friday.
Microsoft released a "refresh" of Office 2003 beta 2 to a small number of testers last Friday, a rare move by the vendor to improve the stability of the product when it is released later this year.
321 Studios LLC has released an upgrade to its DVD copying software despite still being embroiled in a court case over the software's legality.
Despite experiencing strong take-up across all high-speed technologies, a new broadband report from the ACCC has found overall growth rates continue to hover below those recorded 12 months ago.
IT online retailer, City Software, has acquired encumbered Sydney etailer E-Store.
The Business Software Alliance has sent out a Web crawler targeting Asian users of file swapping services, according to an online news report.
A suite of devices to keep wireless gadgets operating even inside office buildings notorious for spotty coverage is being shown at CeBIT America.
Today marks the 100th day since the World Health Organization (WHO) first alerted the world to the threat of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and companies that do business in China are beginning to count the cost of the disease.
The chairman of the U.S. Senate's Judiciary Committee appears to be backtracking from a statement he made in a committee hearing Tuesday in which he advocated destroying the computers of people who download copyrighted music from the Internet.
IBM is installing wireless LANs in more than 600 Boys and Girls Clubs of America facilities across the U.S., one of its largest deployments of the 802.11b wireless networking technology so far, IBM said Wednesday.
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Acer on Wednesday introduced the two latest models of its Aspire home PC line, which are designed to blur the distinction between home computing and home entertainment.
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