The US Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday filed a lawsuit against four former AOL Time Warner executives, charging them with falsely boosting the company's advertising revenue by US$1 billion. In addition, four other former AOL executives s...
The government of the Netherlands has banned electronic voting machines from future elections because of a risk of eavesdropping. The nation will return to paper voting.
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New York City-based think tank Intelligent Community Forum last Friday named the Gangnam District in Seoul, Korea, as the 2008 Intelligent Community of the Year as part of its annual conference held last week at Brooklyn Polytechnic University.
Conde Nast Publications has acquired Boston-based technology site Ars Technica, the company said Monday (download PDF).
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was forced to take cover behind a lectern Monday during an address at Corvinus University of Budapest after a student began shouting and tossing eggs.
In its continued attempt to convince business customers to adopt Vista, Microsoft has outlined and tried to explain some of what it calls the OS's most "misunderstood" features in a document posted to -- then mysteriously removed from -- its Web site...
The City of Melbourne has created a new online wiki to allow Melbournians to discuss the city's 2020 vision, including plans for city-wide wireless Internet, GPS traffic monitoring and a 3D Facebook.
Internet Service Providers will have an extra $3000 to spend after the government almost doubled [[ArtId:1620036541|subsidies|new]] available to regional broadband suppliers.
As many as 23 percent of home computers are infected with malware, and of those, more than 70 percent had been infected in the past year, are among the alarming findings of AusCERT's first home computer user survey.
The G9 consortium has appointed Michael Egan as its chairman. In his new role, he will be charged with driving the direction of G9 and its national broadband network project bid.
The eWAY online payment gateway service has signed an Australian-first deal with the Commonwealth Bank that it claims will revolutionise the way merchants set up and manage their Internet sales facilities.
Hurricane Katrina proved a fertile ground for fraudsters to scam money off those willing to help the needy. Now the China earthquake has bred a new variant of the morally reprehensible, with donated funds being siphoned off one charity site.
A controversial bill to make wiretapping easier for law enforcement was shot down by Senate last week.
Fujitsu has developed a prototype electronic paper screen that tackles one of the technology's biggest weaknesses: the amount of time it takes to refresh the image.
Five federal workers at an Internal Revenue Service office in California have been charged with computer fraud for illegally accessing the confidential records of taxpayers.
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