A former Microsoft employee was sentenced to 17 months in prison Tuesday after fraudulently ordering more than US$6 million in software and then selling it to a third party.
A U.S. court has pushed back the jury trial in a trademark dispute between Microsoft and Linux vendor Lindows.com Inc. until March 1 next year.
Security researchers in Denmark are warning users to disable "active scripting" in Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6.0 Web browser to prevent attackers from targeting and taking remote control of their PCs.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has elected Edward Mandla as president and Chris Avram, Vic, as vice president for two-year terms.
Australia leads the pack in the proliferation of business software piracy - ahead of the US, Canada and the UK – highlighting the need to push for strong copyright enforcement legislation, according to the chairman of the Business Software Associatio...
An "extremely critical" hole in Internet Explorer may ruin Christmas for Microsoft and thousands of its customers, IDG has learned.
New Zealand's largest peer-to-peer (P2P) service has shut down, apparently for good.
The US Senate has approved a national spam bill that would allow fines of up to $US6 million or five-year jail terms for some spammers, but the bill's legislative journey is not over yet.
A new version of the Web browser Opera released Friday closes two security holes which could allow someone to remotely take control of a computer, and incorporates a patch for the OpenSSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol, according to developer Opera ...
Toshiba is planning to increase production of memory chips because of strong demand for the devices from manufacturers of digital still cameras, cellular telephones and memory cards.
Microsoft is retiring its six-year-old NetMeeting online conferencing application and instead will push Office Live Meeting, formerly known as PlaceWare, for online meetings.
SDL International Monday launched a translation toolbar for Microsoft's Office and Outlook software.
The digital camera market is preparing for the worst charge coupled device (CCD) shortage ever as the Christmas shopping season nears and demand for digital cameras soars.
The man responsible for writing software that allowed people to circumvent copyright technology on DVDs has posted software on the Internet that may allow devotees of Apple Computer's new iTunes online music store to break digital rights management (...
Intel has demonstrated working SRAM (static RAM) chips with transistors built using the company's 65 nanometer process technology, the company announced Monday.
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