E-commerce leaders have joined together to try to protect Internet users from deceptive online ads.
The Cisco hacking scene has been pretty quiet for the past three years, but at this week's Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas, there's going to be a little noise.
Linux has the potential to power the bulk of mobile Internet devices, some analysts say.
Google plans to aggressively add new applications and capabilities to its Web-hosted Apps software suite for businesses, and will likely leave the price unchanged as it builds out the service, a company official said Tuesday.
As Linux-based operating systems continue to proliferate in the mobile communications marketplace, are there too many choices in open-source platforms?
Gartner is projecting 11 per cent growth in global sales of cell phones and related devices in 2008, citing healthy sales in the first half of the year.
Symantec is acquiring nSuite Technologies for an undisclosed price to build out its portfolio of virtualization security and management technologies.
Mozilla's Firefox fell short of breaking the 20 per cent market share bar in July, a Web metrics firm said Tuesday, as the open-source browser's growth slowed dramatically.
Google said Tuesday that its DoubleClick subsidiary will begin powering video advertising within Microsoft's Silverlight 2 rich-media player, prompting some observers to question the implications for Microsoft's own online advertising strategy.
New test results coming in from the Phoenix Mars Lander suggest that Martian soil may not be so akin to Earth's after all.
Apple has taken the place of Microsoft for disclosing more vulnerabilities than any other vendor, according to an IBM security report.
The US Second Circuit Appellate court has ruled that a DVR which stores programs on a remote server did not infringe on fair use mandates.
The old adage that everybody in the world is separated by at most six degrees of separation may have been partially proven by research conducted by Microsoft.
A group of Welsh monks became so teed off with dialup they had broadband installed on their remote island.
Instant messaging may be the key to proving the six degrees of separation theory, if a new survey is anything to go by.
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