Two U.S. Congressmen on Wednesday accused China of hacking their office computers, possibly compromising information on Chinese dissidents, the Congressmen and news reports said.
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University of Utah officials this week acknowledged that a metal box of backup tapes containing billing records of some 2.2 million patients was stolen early this month from the car of a courier who left it in a parked car overnight outside his home.
Red Hat has settled patent infringement claims brought against it by Firestar Software and DataTern, the company announced Wednesday.
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Toshiba plans to introduce two new 1.8-in. hard drives, which the company claims can reduce the storage footprint in ultra-portable and sub-notebook PCs by as much as 40% compared to traditional 2.5-in. drives.
The virtualized "desktop 2.0" is about to kill once and for all the idea that a PC needs to be a physical device, Citrix CEO Mark Templeton has predicted.
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Telstra has done a back flip on its ADSL2+ broadband wholesale strategy and announced it will allow ISPs access to the network.
Microsoft on Monday patched a long-standing data corruption bug in Windows Home Server Monday as it released a public beta of the software's first major update.
The negative perception of Windows Vista may be catching up to Microsoft in the bank. On Wednesday a financial analyst firm lowered its revenue estimate for Microsoft's 2008 and 2009 fiscal years, citing a negative perception about the OS that is aff...
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Intel engineers first began toying with a low-power microprocessor almost a decade ago, but their initial design was rejected by the company's top executives and the effort stalled soon after, an Intel executive said on Wednesday.
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