Amazon this week unveiled a new service level agreement (SLA) that it said guarantees that customers using its hosted Simple Storage Service (S3) will receive at least 99.9 percent uptime each month.
By developing a version of its open source desktop Firefox Web browser to run on mobile devices, Mozilla hopes to break the hold some handset makers and carriers have on what mobile applications consumers can use, an executive of the company says.
After several months of claiming that fixing a critical flaw was not its job, Microsoft reversed direction yesterday and acknowledged a bug in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that could let attackers hijack machines.
Online auction house eBay has added new social networking communities to its site in an effort to provide new ways to connect buyers and sellers.
Security researchers spotted an attack this week that exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Word patched just days before.
If you've ever wanted to travel to Paris, but just never got around to it, you can now use the Google Earth software tool and watch a sunset filmed from the top floor of the Eiffel Tower, or view video clips of other popular spots in the City of Ligh...
Given a level playing field, can anyone unseat Microsoft as the king of productivity applications? This is just one of many questions numerous companies, from Google to IBM to Sun, are trying to answer as they cram more and more capabilities into riv...
Trend Micro has released it's 2008 Internet security suite, comprising three separate offerings aimed at various levels of Internet usage.
ADSL broadband will be switched on in 211 regional exchanges under a fund allocation from the government's $163 million Australian Broadband Guarantee.
Storage virtualisation vendor, DataCore, has undertaken a local channel revamp.
Trading of shares in Sony Financial Holdings, the financial arm of Sony, began on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Thursday morning as the company completed Japan's largest initial public offering of the year to-date.
Australia's MIPI (Music Industry Piracy Investigations) is pressuring local ISPs to shut down customers illegally downloading music following the successful trial of a woman in the US by the RIAA for music sharing which resulted in a $US220,000 ($AU2...
A new service has been launched, called PocketSchool, which helps busy people learn a new language without needing to take the time to sit down with a textbook or CD.
Makers of 10G Ethernet products came away from a recent University of New Hampshire Interoperability Lab plug fest with results they think will boost acceptance of the technology in corporate networks.
Phishing attacks that harvest credit card numbers or divert online contributions to an opponent's campaign pose the most danger to the Web operations of 2008's presidential candidates, a security researcher said.
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