Faced with competition from Ethereal -- now reborn as Wireshark -- WildPackets has decided that if you can't beat them, then join them, and released a free version of its OmniPeek network analyser.
Attack code that exploits a flaw in Apple's Mac OS X appeared last week, just one day after Apple released an update to fix its operating systems.
Yahoo and MSN Messenger instant messaging users will have to wait a bit longer for the promised interoperability between the two services.
The British recording industry filed a lawsuit against AllofMP3.com, seeking a ruling that is unlikely to be enforceable but joining other similar legal action across Europe.
Over the next 18 months, Hewlett-Packard Co. will place increasing importance on product design as a way to gain more market share and to substantially cut product development and support costs.
Taiwan's state-controlled telecom company plans to invest NT$100 billion (US$3.1 billion) over the next five years to upgrade its network and further develop applications and services based on Web 2.0, a spokeswoman said Monday.
A branch of the US Commerce Department is accepting comments on the fate of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organisation that supervises Internet domain names.
The company that manages the UK's top-level domain has struck a truce with the US-based organization responsible for overseeing Internet domain names, cooling ongoing disagreements over administrative control of the Internet.
The European Commission is poised to fine Microsoft again, after antitrust regulators from the 25 countries in the European Union gave unanimous support Monday to the Commission's plan to punish the company for failing to comply with its 2004 antitru...
OpenOffice.org is warning users of security vulnerabilities that can crash the OpenOffice.org productivity software and give malicious hackers access to full system resources.
Microsoft is working on a service pack for its recently released Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server software, with improvements planned in areas such as authentication and data warehousing, according to company officials.
Two Taiwanese chipmakers have teamed up to meet surging demand for flash memory.
Primus has sparked an interest in the residential wireless and mobility market, with its new WirelessHome plan launched today.
With good sales of its Treo smart phone, Palm has reported strong fourth-quarter and year-end sales and profits.
South Korea's LG Electronics produced more plasma display panels (PDPs) in the first quarter of the year than any of its competitors, according to estimates released Thursday by iSuppli.
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