A new storm worm with an April Fool's Day theme is targeting the Web, according to security software firm PC Tools.
Shane Macaulay's attempt to sell a hacked laptop complete with Windows Vista attack code did not last long.
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The growing flood of data that enterprises create and consume is doing more than giving rise to new storage technologies. It's also changing who is responsible for storage within IT departments.
The Croatian college student who created software to shrink Windows Vista's footprint has updated the program so users can build installation media that integrates Service Pack 1.
With a release of the JBuilder 2008 IDE for Java development on Tuesday, CodeGear is adding a capability called Application Factories, which enables code reuse and makes it easier to update applications.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has adopted an international standard based on Microsoft's Office Open XML (OOXML) document format.
People shouldn't read anything into the fact that of the three laptops set up for last week's "PWN To OWN" hack challenge, the only one left standing was running Linux, said the security expert who oversaw the contest.
Sharp is planning to more than double its production of solar cells over the next few years as it targets sun-rich nations in southern Europe, Southeast Asia, Central and South America and Africa.
A shift away from tight carrier control will help the mobile industry to grow, according to some advertising and content providers.
A storage start-up called Fusion-io that claims it can deliver speeds 1,000 times faster than a single disk drive is making its first product generally available on April 7 and has secured US$19 million in venture capital.
The Bug Labs BUG is a modular, open-source gadget that allows users to create their own combinations of plug-in modules, and then customise software to take advantage of the functionality offered.
Dell, the world's second largest PC vendor, plans to cut costs by US$3 billion as it slashes the price of materials and components going into its gadgets and reduces operating expenses, including jobs, the company said Monday.
If you've become hostage to a clutch of remote controls in your living room, never quite sure what all the buttons do and confusing different controllers for different gadgets, then Toshiba might have the answer. It's developed a prototype robot that...
The global semiconductor industry is in a slowdown that one industry analyst doesn't see it coming out of time soon, if ever.
Somewhere between 1 percent and 3 percent of all traffic on the Internet is meaningless packets of information, used in distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS) to knock Web sites offline.
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