Climate change is both a large-scale crisis and a huge opportunity, and IT has a role in both, industry executives said at a panel discussion this week.
This week Microsoft said it would patch Windows to reduce the risk of a new kind of Web-based security vulnerability, but security researchers say that other operating systems are probably at risk too.
Efforts to fight copying on the Internet were criticized in a presentation by blogger and author Cory Doctorow, a frequent critic of copyright regulations.
After lying low for several weeks, hackers responsible for spreading the Storm Trojan have returned to the attack with e-mail that leads to an exploit-filled Web site and a laughing cat, said researchers today.
A children's charity is using widget technology -- traditionally used with a single purpose application like updating weather or news on a Web site -- to help it show donors how their money is being used.
Linux vendors Red Hat and Novell are being sued for patent infringement by IP Innovation and Technology Licensing.
If rumours are correct, there should be a dramatic decrease in Viagra and Penis Enlargement spam from today, with the so-called 'murder' of a Russian spammer called "Alexey Tolstokozhev."
Internet2 has gone nationwide across the US.
A student at Western Oregon University who accidentally discovered a file containing personal data on a publicly accessible university server and then handed that data over to the student newspaper has narrowly escaped being expelled for his actions.
Pentaho released an update to its open-source business intelligence software that makes it a more viable option for corporate users, industry analysts said.
Swiss officials are using quantum cryptography technology to protect voting ballots cast in the Geneva region of Switzerland during parliamentary elections to be held October 21, marking the first time this type of advanced encryption will be used fo...
The registry for the new .asia TLD (top-level domain) plans to ban domain names that are consistently used for phishing sites.
Hackers have come up with at least one way to "unbrick" iPhones disabled by a firmware update Apple issued two weeks ago, developers of both paid and free unlock software said this week.
The iPod nano may not be cheap but it's not supposed to literally burn a hole in your pocket. However, for one man in Douglasville, Georgia, US, it didn't just burn a hole, it burst into flames.
Mozilla's mobile Firefox browser, which the company said earlier this week is in the works, will likely be available for phones running Symbian, Windows Mobile and Linux operating systems, a developer working on the project said.
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