German police nab music swapper

Police in Fürth, Germany, have confiscated six computers of a computer science student accused of operating an illegal music swapping network.

Nvidia plays with Microsoft's Longhorn

Bringing the family PC into the living room is the next step in the evolution of consumer digital media, according to Nvidia, which Tuesday at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC), said that the union of its hardware and Micro...

Faster AMD processors set to arrive

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is readying a new desktop processor that could see the light of day as early as Friday as the company tries to capture the PC performance crown.

Russian government pledges piracy crackdown

Facing increasing pressure to crack down on software, music and video piracy, the Russian government pledged Tuesday to take tougher action to protect intellectual property rights.

Infineon: Smart fabric based on neural chip network

Researchers at Germany's Infineon Technologies have demonstrated how a self-organising network of chips woven into large textile surfaces, such as carpets, could someday be used to monitor buildings, provide emergency direction services and more.

Study: Mobile phones still threat in aircraft

Airlines should continue their ban on the use of mobile phones on board aircraft because of possible interference with navigation and communication equipment, according to a study published Friday by the U.K. Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

Bucket of bandwidth helps bad medicine go down

While the complementary medicine industry is crushed by the fallout of the Pan Pharmaceuticals debacle, the agency responsible for adding a new section to our daily newspapers, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, is enjoying a bout of online popula...

Microsoft unveils portal for hardware partners

Microsoft has grouped all its online resources for hardware and driver software makers in a new portal site, a move the company believes will ultimately result in a better computing experience for PC users.

iHug broadband service embraces unlimited downloads

Adding to Australia’s increasing list of broadband service providers offering unlimited high-speed Internet access, iHug has launched its own nationwide ADSL service with unlimited downloads for an all-inclusive flat monthly fee.

Survey: J2EE and .Net skills hot in demand

A new survey of Australian-based IT recruitment agencies has found J2EE and .Net skills are increasingly in demand, while demand for skills in Cobol, AS/400 and DB2 is falling.

Watchmaker puts flash memory close at hand

The decreasing size and increasing capacity of flash memory chips has enabled small portable memory devices, such as flash disks and key rings, and a Vienna-based company has packaged flash memory into something many people wear all the time: a wrist...

Sony to buy Sonic Foundry desktop software line

Faced with losses and tough competition from much larger companies, Sonic Foundry has agreed to sell its desktop audio and music production product family to Sony Pictures Digital for US$18 million in cash and the assumption of certain liabilities an...

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