Sourcefire, the security firm that oversees the open source intrusion-detection system software, Snort, is making available another open source tool for network traffic logging.
Looking to make significant inroads into the SMB market, Cisco has unveiled a new specialisation and partner tier. The program coincides with the launch of a quad-play communications platform for small businesses.
Microsoft moved to fix the critical .ANI vulnerability that affects roughly a dozen of its most popular products, including Vista, but spammers and malware brokers are already tapping into the flaw to infect unprotected machines.
Japan's Nintendo has revised its full-year earnings outlook higher for the second time.
The three top executives at Google are also the lowest paid employees at the company, and they prefer it that way, according to a company filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Google has created a tool to let non-technical users create Google Maps mashups, extending this capability beyond the realm of software developers.
Ethernet switch vendors who offer combined or unified LAN and WLAN gear say the ultimate goal is to get wired and wireless network technologies to appear as a single network access layer. However, switch vendors and industry experts say this is still...
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Nintendo and Telstra have teamed up to make available over 1000 wireless hotspots across Australia, so users of the Nintendo DS handheld gaming device can log on at the their local Maccas and game on.
Greenpeace has published its latest "green ranking" of the world's biggest electronics companies and the results might surprise you.
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AMD has begun shipping two 3GHz versions of its dual-core Opteron chip to server vendors, continuing a battle over multicore processing power with Intel, the company said.
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