Apparently it's not just unwary individuals that fall victim to online scammers. Even large corporations, it seems, can get suckered into parting with their money by devious phishers.
GeneTree, a new genealogy site set to launch on Tuesday, adds a new twist to online family history searches by allowing users to submit their own DNA and to collaborate with others using social networking tools.
Privacy may soon become a much bigger deal to the Web 2.0 world.
The Office of US Trade Representative (USTR) will seek to negotiate a voluntary anticounterfeiting trade agreement with several major trading partners, the office said Tuesday.
My SQL has laid out its software road map through 2009, including some code contributed by Google and security improvements that are due in MySQL 7.0.
The rumours were right: Cisco has signed a deal to buy WiMAX radio vendor, Navini Networks, for $US330 million.
A vendor based in Dubai pounced on the enterprise mobility market Tuesday evening with a set of Windows Mobile 6 phones that come with built-in security and management software and will be sold independent of carriers.
Mobile phones play an important role in Microsoft's software plus services vision, CEO Steve Ballmer said.
NSW Police has confirmed it will roll out a new state-wide system of Criminal Infringement Notices (CINs) with the aid of a biometric finger scanning device from 2009 in an effort to reduce paperwork and court attendances.
Microsoft and Turbolinux., a Tokyo-based Linux distributor, are cozying up with a patent cross-licensing deal and agreement to work more closely together, the companies said this week.
Microsoft added a program for uploading and sharing documents online, Office Live Workspace, to a suite of services specifically geared for users at academic institutions.
Qualcomm scored a minor victory in its continuing spat with Nokia when a judge last week recommended ending the investigation Nokia bought against it in August for infringing patents.
If you're a convicted identity thief, you've got about a 50 percent chance of avoiding jail time.
Here's a tip: if you steal a printer used to print driver's licenses, don't call the manufacturer asking for driver software.
It must be time for Interop New York. Yes, the little sister to the humongous show in Vegas in the northern spring begins this week, and while not as large or lavish, it nonetheless will host content key to enterprise network architects.
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