A majority of organizations are in need of IT workers with security, firewall and data privacy skills, but more than 40 per cent surveyed by the Computing Technology Industry Association in the US said their IT employees are not proficient in such sk...
As it promised, Microsoft Tuesday started sending Windows Vista users an update that identifies illegal copies of the OS installed with cracks that the company will disable when it distributes Service Pack 1 (SP1) in two weeks.
Besides launching a set of updated products Wednesday, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer lauded the company's IT user base, calling them the "heart and soul" of the industry.
For the second time in the past four weeks, Mozilla has announced a "code freeze" for a beta version of Firefox 3.0 -- this time, Beta 4 -- as it prepares another public release of the open-source browser.
The European Commission Wednesday gave the go-ahead for the takeover of Dutch computer maker Packard Bell by Acer of Taiwan, after a one-month examination of the deal.
The European Commission fined Microsoft a massive 899 million euros (US$1.3 billion) for continued failure to honor the 2004 antitrust ruling against it, Commissioner for Competition Neelie Kroes said Wednesday.
A new report by analyst firm Frost and Sullivan claims the Australian market for managed security services will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.6 per cent between 2006 and 2012 reaching $843.1 million.
Following all the hype surrounding Citrix's $US500 million acquisition of virtualization software vendor XenSource late last year, the local operations is now fully equipped to service and support local buyers.
The Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce kicked off its Fraud Fortnight initiative this week, amid initial findings that Australians have dished out more than $700 million falling for online scams.
Japan has launched a satellite that is able to provide high-speed Internet connections to homes and offices at speeds rivaling those of today's fiber optic connections.
Sharp and Sony have reached a basic agreement to form an LCD manufacturing joint venture, in a move that continues a months-long realignment of key players in the LCD panel business.
Microsoft has been busy tending to a new swarm of bugs, including a critical hole in Windows Vista and XP that could expose you to an early-season bite without your doing anything other than being online.
MTI Micro has unveiled prototype Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFC) that can keep portable electronics products running for longer than conventional batteries and make recharging much easier.
Microsoft late Tuesday said it has cleared up what was a daylong outage and that all users have access again to Windows Live services that include Hotmail, Messenger, SkyDrive and Photo Gallery.
Microsoft's expectations are running high for the upcoming release of Windows Server 2008. Steve Ballmer, the company's CEO, will officially launch the server software at an event in Los Angeles on Wednesday, capping months of beta testing by custome...
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