The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project has raised the price of its XO laptop to US$188, according to an Associated Press report.
End users were far less likely to receive malware programs in their in-boxes and far more likely to get attacked as they visited legitimate Web sites over the first six months of 2007, as threats continue to shift from widespread campaigns to distrib...
Hubble space technology and the global networking power of the Internet is being put to good use in wildlife conservation by giving researchers a clearer understanding of the status of the endangered whale shark.
Australians are most at risk from malicious online attacks targeting their credit card details, followed by bank and email account information, reveals Symantec's bi-annual Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), released on Tuesday.
Victorian components distributor, Australia IT, has signed a deal with Taiwan-based gaming case vendor, NZXT.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 games console got a big boost on Wednesday when Square Enix, the last major Japanese games developer not to have embraced the console, said it would release a title on the platform.
The highly-charged debate surrounding the shutdown of Telstra's CDMA network has forced the federal government to bring in "the law" with Attorney General Philip Ruddock taking on the role of adjudicator.
Nokia intends to boost its mobile ad business through the acquisition of Enpocket, which provides mobile phone marketing technology and services to advertisers, Web publishers and carriers.
The European Commission won an appeals court challenge from Microsoft on Monday, but its 2004 antitrust decision has done little to change the competitive landscape for media players in Europe.
Two years after The New York Times Co. started charging for access to some content on its Web site, the Gray Lady is changing tack and will make the content available for free.
The e-card industry began seeing some pretty unfriendly greetings this past June.
Released statement pays tribute to deceased sporting legend
Advanced Micro Devices has added a triple-core desktop processor to its product road map, looking to upstage rival Intel ahead of its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) conference in San Francisco.
Barracuda Networks is getting into the Web application security business.
Phishing researchers will congregate at Carnegie Mellon University October 4-5 to debate whether users ever will get a clue about the dangers of phishing, among other issues pertaining to online crime.
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