"What's in a name?" That was the question computer virus experts were asking each other at a panel discussion of virus naming conventions at Virus Bulletin 2003 (VB2003), an annual gathering of the world's leading authorities on computer viruses, wor...
A long ignored security hole in Microsoft's Internet Explorer is proving to be a gold mine for hackers, providing an easy way for them to plant malicious programs on vulnerable machines through hacker Web sites and instant messaging applications, sec...
Microsoft will share more details on the next version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, at its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) next month. However, the company will probably keep the new user interface, dubbed Aero, under wraps.
Adobe Systems introduced two "Creative Suite" software bundles with new versions of several of its professional graphics applications on Monday, replacing the current Web, Design and Publishing software collections.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has begun showing an updated reference design for a personal digital assistant (PDA) running the Linux operating system to hardware makers, according to a company executive.
Acer plans to begin selling two portable Smart Display products, including a 17-inch version, as accessories for the next generation of the company's Aspire home PC line, expected to be introduced before the middle of next year, a company executive s...
Upstaged and stood-up by the sudden resignation of Communications and IT Minister Richard Alston, Telstra’s top brass have bravely soldiered on in an effort to reveal a series of new products and celebrate 80 years of Telstra Research Laboratories in...
Samsung Electronics has developed a prototype flash memory chip that has a capacity equal to the company's current largest commercial flash memory but at a smaller physical size, it said Monday.
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications has pushed back the launch of its first 3G (third generation) mobile broadband phone in Europe and Asia by several weeks to early January as the Japanese-Swedish joint venture continues interoperability tests with ...
Conflict: Desert Storm looked like it had reached the end last week, until SCi Games stepped in and saved the day.
Web hosting provider, WebCentral, has launched a Managed Exchange 2003 service, which it claims will make corporate email tools affordable for small- and medium-sized businesses.
The increasing prevalence of spoofed e-mails and attempts by hackers to gain personal information from eBay members has forced the Internet auction house to launch an investigation into Australian operations.
Symbian and NTT DoCoMo have simplified and sped up the process of bringing future 3G (third generation) handsets to market with an operator technology integrator agreement, the London company announced Friday.
Steps taken by Yahoo to safeguard its Yahoo Messenger instant messaging (IM) service from spammers are also disrupting the legitimate use of the popular Trillian application, a problem that had been foreshadowed in recent weeks.
Nintendo's Game Boy Advance portable game consoles will soon be wireless, allowing up to five players to play together over a 2.4GHz radio connection.
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