Atari has been forced to suspend shipments of one of its new PC games as the Christmas retail boom hits its stride. Terminator 3: War of the Machines was discovered to have shipped without CD keys, meaning customers can’t install or play the game.
Judges in Finland and Sweden have given Microsoft Corp. what it has twice been denied in the U.S.: preliminary injunctions barring Linux vendor Lindows.com Inc. from using the Lindows name.
Consumers wishing to buy Australian-made software and demonstrate that patriotic streak have a new online destination.
A newly-discovered vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser could be a powerful new tool for scammers, allowing them to convincingly mask the real origin of Web pages used to trick targets into revealing sensitive information.
Many North American businesses still have computers running on Windows 98, even though support for the operating system is set to end on Jan. 16, according to a study released Thursday.
Don't screw up a running system. This isn't advice from a computer expert but a message delivered Thursday by a high-ranking European Union (EU) official at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) here in Geneva.
The New Year will offer weary network administrators little respite from a new generation of Internet worms, viruses and targeted hacks that appeared in 2003, according to security experts.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) researchers on Tuesday revealed details of how their company plans to build processors using the next-generation 45-nanometer process technology that AMD hopes to have in production by as early as 2007.
LCD, plasma, and other flat-panel technologies account for only a small share of the TVs sold today, but they're rapidly gaining ground, especially in larger sizes.
In the latest effort to respond to the threat from online piracy, a group of large media and technology companies on Wednesday unveiled a new specification for a technology that will distribute digital content to consumers online while honoring compl...
Yahoo Inc. has fixed a flaw in its Web-based e-mail service that exposed Yahoo Mail users to serious attacks, including potential interception of personal data, security company Finjan Software Inc. said Wednesday.
Web services management software vendor AmberPoint Inc. on Wednesday announced Java versions of its AmberPoint Express developer tool for monitoring and debugging Web services.
The creator of the world's largest distributed computing project SETI@home was in Australia this week spruiking local participation in his supercomputing vision.
Managing director of Sony Computer Entertainment in Australia, Michael Ephraim, has promised that the functionality of the forthcoming PSX console will be significantly improved before it hits Australian shores in late 2004.
An early test of a multisite, next-generation Internet, powered by IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) went well, and the coalition of groups working on the so-called Moonv6 project will conduct more comprehensive tests starting in February, said two ...
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