Security flaws in the help facility of most versions of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system could allow an attacker to take control of a user's PC, Microsoft warned late Wednesday.
321 Studios LLC is set to release a product that it claims will allow consumers to make perfect copies of their DVDs, but before the product hits the market, the startup must first weather a legal storm brewing in its path.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) lowered its estimates for its third-quarter revenue Wednesday, as analysts warned the company will have to secure additional financing to survive beyond the expected launch of its Hammer processors in mid-2003 if the...
In his first public speaking appearance since taking the helm of American Online Inc. last August, new Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Miller promised to wield "unmatched resources" to revitalize the flagship Internet service, while foc...
A string of new security alerts from software maker Microsoft Corp. this week has prominent industry analysts and security experts predicting that the company's goal of making its software secure may remain elusive.
IBM Corp. Thursday announced plans to launch a new version of its WebSphere portal software aimed squarely at small and medium-sized businesses.
WorldCom Inc.'s UUNet Internet backbone provider is experiencing service interruptions throughout the U.S., causing a ripple effect that slowed down many Internet connections Thursday.
The U.S. Secret Service has hooked up Pringles cans to notebook computers equipped with wireless LAN access cards and begun "war driving" around Washington and other cities in an effort to sniff out unsecured WLANs.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV is using the Ceatec 2002 exhibition to give a recently developed miniature optical disc and drive its first major public showing and the company couldn't be happier with the reaction from the Japanese public.
Japanese cellular carrier KDDI Corp. will begin trials next year of a system that allows cell phone users to make credit card purchases online or in stores using their mobile handsets, it announced this week at Ceatec 2002. The carrier is the first i...
Developers say a bright large-size full-color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display is still some way away from commercialization, but in some areas, OLED displays -- also called OELDs (organic electroluminescent displays) -- are already replac...
The proof of the pudding is in the eating, goes the old adage: a piece of folk wisdom that Microsoft Corp.'s chief executive officer, Steve Ballmer, hopes the company can apply to software development.
The Bugbear virus is rapidly spreading around the world, according to alerts issued by antivirus companies and computer security experts. The virus first appeared Monday and has since spread rapidly.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. has unveiled a working prototype of a SD (Secure Digital) memory card with a 1G byte capacity, at the Ceatec 2002 exhibition.
Sharp Corp. is giving visitors to the Ceatec 2002 exhibition a first look at what is likely to be a new high-end member of its Zaurus PDA (personal digital assistant) family.
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