Phishing researchers will congregate at Carnegie Mellon University October 4-5 to debate whether users ever will get a clue about the dangers of phishing, among other issues pertaining to online crime.
Sun Microsystems Monday unveiled the second major version of its GlassFish open-source application server, adding an enterprise-class feature like clustering and central administration to the Java EE 5-based software.
Microsoft will force users of its aged MSN Messenger instant messaging software to upgrade to Windows Live Messenger 8.1 in response to a vulnerability in the older program that was made public Tuesday.
CodeGear is today releasing CodeGear 3rdRail, an IDE for building applications with the popular Ruby on Rails open source Web framework.
Microsoft suffered a humiliating legal defeat Monday when it lost a court appeal to overturn the European Commission's 2004 antitrust ruling against it.
Over a quarter of a billion people will be using mobile dating and chatroom services by 2012, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
Thousands of e-mails detailing the operations of MediaDefender, a company hired by movie studios and record labels to flood file-sharing networks with fake files of pirated films and albums, have leaked to the Internet.
Chinese officials reported on Monday that a man died after a three-day gaming binge in a southern Chinese internet cafe.
IBM has reported an increase in malware volume and sophistication as part of its security statistics report for the first half of the year.
Microsoft's defeat in a European appeals court has left open-source developers hopeful about the future -- although still dissatisfied with the company's compliance with a three-year-old antitrust ruling.
Tacit Software is set unveil to this week an upgrade to its Illumio productivity tool that lets workers collaborate with colleagues on specific topics.
Despite the growth of e-commerce, consumers are still unhappy with their online experiences, with nearly nine out of 10 saying they have had problems conducting transactions online, according to a new survey.
Microsoft failed Monday in its bid to overturn a European Commission antitrust ruling against it, when the European Union's second highest court dismissed the company's appeal and ordered it to pay the bulk of the Commission's legal expenses.
Yahoo has agreed to buy Zimbra, a privately held company whose Web hosted collaboration and messaging suite is considered a successful example of the software-as-a-service model (SAAS).
Microsoft is planning to add the ability to develop Windows Live applications to its Visual Studio toolkit as a way to build more of a developer base for its online services platform.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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