US government forces .xxx delay

The US government has managed to push the discussion about the proposed .xxx top level domain to the next ICANN meeting, causing a flare up in the debate about who controls the internet.

German researchers claim first transparent OLED pixels

If you've seen the movie "Minority Report" and marveled at the transparent computer screens used by Tom Cruise, you'll appreciate what German researchers have concocted in their labs: entirely transparent OLED (organic light emitting diode) pixels.

Arrests made in debit card fraud case

The U.S. Secret Service Wednesday confirmed that it has made several arrests in connection with a recent wave of debit card fraud that forced several banks and credit unions to reissue millions of cards over the past few months.

MS ANTITRUST - US diplomats intervene in EU case

As it makes a final effort during two days of hearings to avert daily fines of up to US$2.4 million in its ongoing antitrust fight with the European Commission, Microsoft Corp. has received sympathy, if not support, from a powerful friend: The US gov...

MS ANTITRUST - Microsoft fails in Sun, Oracle subpoena bid

A California judge denied Microsoft's request to subpoena rivals Sun Microsystems and Oracle in an order issued Wednesday. Microsoft was seeking access to documents from the US vendors in relation to its ongoing battle with the European Commission ov...

Acer aims for $US12 billion sales in 2006

Acer, the world's fourth largest PC vendor, believes it can keep up the breakneck growth it's seen in the past few years, forecasting $NT400 billion ($US12.27 billion) in sales this year.

MIT spam conference focuses on phishing

At the fourth annual MIT Spam Conference held in Boston Tuesday, speakers said that while the volume of spam ebbs and flows, the nature of unwanted e-mail is steadily becoming more dangerous.

Google, AOL nail down partnership details

Google has finalized the details of its expanded partnership with Time Warner's America Online (AOL) subsidiary, including the acquisition of a 5 percent stake in AOL for US$1 billion, Google said Wednesday in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Ex...

Good news for users: flash, DRAM prices falling

It's about that time of year again when users who need IT products with heavy memory chip content should stand by for bargains. Prices of the NAND flash memory chips used to store data in gadgets ranging from digital cameras to MP3 players, as well a...

UK court bites into Apple logo case

On the opening day of a closely watched court case in London on Wednesday, lawyers for The Beatles' record company accused Apple Computer of improperly using an apple logo to advertise its iTunes music store.

ACMA clamps down on spam

Australia has increased efforts to battle unsolicited commercial e-mail, or spam, by introducing a code of practice for companies providing or enabling e-mail services.

EU warns Microsoft over Vista features

The European Commission has laid out specific antitrust concerns it has about Vista, Microsoft's long-awaited new operating system, Commission spokesman Jonathan Todd said Wednesday.

After IE attacks, Microsoft eyes security betas

With hackers actively exploiting an unpatched bug in Internet Explorer (IE), and some users unhappy that a fix for the problem may still be two weeks away, Microsoft says it is looking at ways of providing more rapid security updates.

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