Scientists at Arizona State University are using satellite images from the US Department of Defense to aid disaster relief efforts in Burma.
The enhanced security features built into Apple's new iPhone 3G will enable the devices to be connected more securely into corporate networks. But that doesn't mean they should immediately be given the same kind of broad access to internal applicatio...
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A change that Apple made in its latest update to Mac OS X forced Mozilla to issue a third release candidate for Firefox 3.0, according to notes from a status meeting the company held Tuesday.
Symantec this month acquired online file backup and recovery vendor SwapDrive, in a move similar to EMC's acquisition of online backup provider Mozy last September.
A new Frost & Sullivan report is predicting WiMax will remain a limited and niche technology in Australia.
Telstra's 3G network will be faster, cheaper and have more capacity following a deal with Ericsson to install Direct Tunnel technology.
Microsoft has filed 21 lawsuits in 14 U.S. states against resellers in which it alleges they engaged in the sale of pirated software, it said Tuesday.
Microsoft has opened its annual TechEd conference focusing on the merits of virtualisation ahead of the late summer release of its most important product to date in that area.
Microsoft has hired Paul Laudanski, the man behind the anti-phishing <a href="http://www.castlecops.com/">Castlecops.com</a> Web site, to help with the software company's phishing and spam investigations.
A Fairfield, California, hacker has pleaded guilty to launching a Valentine's Day 2007 computer attack that nearly knocked an anti-phishing Web site offline.
At the request of its SharePoint and Office product development teams, Microsoft's Office Labs operation has created and is testing a prototype of an internal social network that can provide employees with feeds and updates about their colleagues.
Yahoo is rolling back security and anti-spam enhancements to its Webmail service because they interfered with users' ability to retrieve POP e-mail from external accounts.
A Canada-based entrepreneur wants to create the world's biggest database on the human body.
Virgin Media and the BPI are working together on an 'education campaign' aimed at users believed to be illegally sharing copyrighted files.
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