Dell's much-awaited Latitude XT tablet PC is ready to ship, according to a document posted on the company's Web site.
Over a year after first coming to light, the cache engines of major search engines are still providing a safe hiding place for malicious code, a security company has revealed.
Google's Google Docs software has cemented its position as the leading suite of online office applications, based on unique-visitors statistics released Thursday by a Web-audience research firm showing Google holding a commanding lead over start-up r...
The attorney for a woman recently ordered by a Minnesota jury to pay US$222,000 (AU$253,108.86) in damages for violating music copyrights said Thursday he is asking the judge hearing the case to consider reducing the amount to about US$150.
Concerned about piracy of multimedia files, Western Digital has disallowed the sharing of multimedia files on its 1T-byte network-attached storage drive, the WD My Book World Edition.
Members of the Internet engineering community have raised several new security concerns about Teredo, a mechanism for sending IPv6 traffic over IPv4 networks that comes turned on by default in Microsoft's Vista software.
Bill Gates was surprised to hear that Microsoft's secrecy over the next version of its browser has alienated Web developers, a Web standards advocate and blogger said Thursday.
Microsoft Wednesday took another step toward the commercial delivery of Windows Server 2008, making the second "release candidate" version of the server operating system available for download from its Web site.
Focusing on development of data-centric applications, Microsoft released on Thursday Beta 3 of the ADO.Net Entity Framework and plans to release shortly a preview of ASP.Net 3.5 Extensions.
Sydney-based open source research and consulting firm Waugh Partners has won this year's State Pearcey Award for Young Achievers for its work educating the ICT sector about free software.
A concurrent raid on two adult stores in Sydney has lead to the discovery of a large scale adult movie piracy operation, and has resulted in a payment of $1.35 million in damages and costs.
Australian businesses and rural communities could be linked via 6Gbps wireless networks by 2009.
The big-name backers of Silicon Valley's proposed wireless network are looking for a new company to build and operate the system after potential financiers rebuffed the original vendor.
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A site billing itself as the world's largest sex and swingers community has settled charges with the US Federal Trade Commission that it bombarded consumers with sexually explicit pop-up ads.
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