The security conference that last year made headlines with a hack challenge whose winner walked away with a US$10,000 prize is reprising the contest next week -- this time with more money at stake, the contest's organizer said.
Global climate change was the topic of discussion via live videoconference Wednesday between Nobel laureate Al Gore and Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers, both speaking from separate cities to an audience in the US.
Novell's steady migration to Linux and open source software as the underpinnings of its NetWare network operating system has been a success for Thomas Johnson, the CIO of US-based Metropolitan Bank Group.
3Com and its partners in a proposed acquisition haven't yet reached a deal that they believe would ease U.S. government concerns about national security.
Gregory Kopiloff, a US man who pleaded guilty last November to stealing identity information over peer-to-peer file-sharing networks, has been sentenced to 51 months in prison.
Apple is talking with major record labels about offering unlimited access to the iTunes music collection for a flat fee paid when purchasing a new iPod, or as a monthly subscription fee, the Financial Times reported Wednesday.
Microsoft is developing software to help scientists study the ocean to learn more about undersea volcanoes, weather patterns, global warming and even where they think life on Earth may have started.
Microsoft Wednesday released a feature-complete beta of its Hyper-V virtualization technology, which is an add-on to Windows Server 2008.
After considerable rumour and speculation, numerous false starts, and not a small amount of frustration on the part of consumers, Microsoft has released Windows Vista Service Pack 1 into the wild.
Data should be viewed as a competitive asset rather than a necessary evil and is a business issue, not an IT matter, the research vice president at Gartner, Ted Friedman, said today.
Sony's upcoming flagship digital SLR (single lens reflex) camera got its first outing in Tokyo Wednesday at the Photo Imaging Expo, but the company is remaining tight-lipped on details of the anticipated product.
Carbonite has updated its online PC backup product. For a uniform price Carbonite version 3.5 provides an "all you can eat" style online backup service aimed at consumers and SMEs.
The controversial 700MHz spectrum auction has closed, raising US$19.59 billion, a record for a spectrum auction in the U.S., the U.S. Federal Communications Commission said Tuesday.
Toshiba and Samsung top the latest Greenpeace environmental ranking of consumer electronics companies.
DragonWave this week announced two products aimed at improving the capacity and economics of backhauling wireless voice and data traffic.
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