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Blogs butting into business

If you haven't noticed, weblogs are escaping the world of the opinionated scribbler in the wilderness and being taken up as a means to extend corporate intelligence gathering

Coders compete in Hollywood challenge

The red carpet may be rolled up, but Hollywood was still buzzing Tuesday as students from around the world gathered to flex their brain power at the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) World Finals.

Al-Jazeera domain hijacked

The bad news continued on Thursday for Arab satellite television network Al-Jazeera. A hacker hijacked the network's domain, www.aljazeera.net, pointing visitors to another site that displayed a pro-war message.

Glitch in Windows XP SP1 could slow systems

Microsoft has acknowledged and patched a glitch with its Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) update that can cause system slowdowns, but has not yet made its still-developing fix widely available.

Westpac calls in cops to shift website squatters

What first appeared to be the second web-related bank scam in Australia in a week has transpired to be a fiscally harmless but very annoying case of cyber-squatters for Australia's oldest bank Westpac. The bank has assured customers their funds and d...

NTT DoCoMo to sell wristphone

NTT DoCoMo has unveiled a cellular telephone that takes the form of a wristwatch and plans to put the device on sale in Japan shortly, the company said Wednesday.

First serial ATA drives hit store shelves

Seagate Technology's first hard drives using the new, faster Serial ATA interface are finally making their way into brick-and-mortar stores, making it easier for the average PC performance aficionado to find them. However, while the move to real-worl...

Al-Jazeera hobbled by DDOS attack

The Arab satellite television network Al-Jazeera suffered a second day of sustained distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks against its English and Arabic language Web sites on Wednesday.

IBM to manufacture Nvidia's graphics chips

IBM landed a major foundry deal expected to be worth over US$100 million Wednesday, agreeing to manufacture the next generation of Nvidia's GeForce graphics processors at its fab in East Fishkill, New York.

TextMaker for Linux beta 2 available to download

Consumers and small businesses seeking a desktop word processing program that looks and works much like Microsoft's Word but costs only a fraction as much can take a peek at the beta 2 version of TextMaker for Linux.

Microsoft plans 'Palladium' sneak peek in May

Microsoft in May plans to show early prototypes of computers using its Next-Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB) technology, a combination of new hardware and software that Microsoft says will boost PC security but that critics fear could be a sc...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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