Preempting Intel's official launch of its latest Centrino 2 mobile processors, PC makers and chip resellers are leaking processor details by letting customers preorder the chip through channels and in laptops.
Mobile carrier Vodafone has launched an aggressive push into the unified communications space with the launch of Vodafone Business One, a partnership with Cisco and BlackBerry to offer unified communications to small and medium businesses.
After an on-air stoush with underworld identity Mick Gatto on his 3AW radio station, famed keeper of the 'Shame' file Derryn Hinch has become the subject of a Facebook group titled "DERRYN HINCH IS A SCUMBAG".
The Ruby programming language, which has become popular as the basis for web 2.0 sites such as Twitter, contains serious security flaws that could allow attackers to take over an organization's web server, according to the Ruby development team.
Telstra (ASX: TLS) and Lonely Planet Publications have teamed up to offer Telstra's 3G and Next G customers access to the Lonely Planet mobile-optimised Web site.
The entire island nation of the Marshall Islands has been left without email access to the outside world following a severe DDoS attack.
Telstra has submitted to the Federal government its proposal for what regulatory framework it believes is needed to meet Senator Conroy's vision of an open, competitive high speed national broadband network.
Panasonic is moving toward commercialization of OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels and plans to put TVs with 37-inch OLED screens on sale in the next three years, according to a Japanese newspaper report.
The Pirate Bay is adding encryption to its Web site in order to counter a new Swedish law that allows wiretapping of Internet and phone traffic.
The U.K. government has suffered 30 breaches of security since November 2007, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has reported.
The Coalition has launched a senate inquiry into the government's National Broadband Network (NBN) proposal to evaluate its effects on competition, existing services and the need for private investment.
Marketers worldwide will increase their spending in online ads at a 15 percent to 20 percent clip in the coming years, a growth rate that is "phenomenal," IDC said Wednesday.
Your laptop is likely to soon go the way of 5.25-in. floppy disks, made obsolete by smaller, more useful technology: the smart phone.
Enterprise multimedia is moving out of the do-it-yourself phase as carriers offer services over their own infrastructure to entities that want to reach their employees, partners and customers with the latest forms of media.
Google, Yahoo and Baidu have found themselves atop Asia's search rankings, with Korean Internet users looking for information most often, a comScore survey released Tuesday said.
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