Symantec Corp. quietly increased subscription renewal rates for its entire line of security products last week, citing the rising cost of fighting viruses and other malicious code worldwide.
An estimated half a million Optus Mobile customers were affected by a network outage last night, with only one in three calls reaching intended recipients.
A Minnesota teenager who was arrested last week and charged with releasing the W32.Blaster-B Internet worm has spoken of his surprise at being arrested and also said the media has mischaracterized him as a loner and reckless.
Sony Corp. will begin selling its smallest digital video camcorder yet in October, the Tokyo company said Wednesday.
Companies with products that work on the Internet are slowly waking up to the broad implications of a recent judgement against software behemoth Microsoft Corp. in a patent infringement case.
A 24 year-old Romanian student has been arrested for authoring another variant of the Blaster Internet worm, according to a statement released by Softwin SRL, a computer security company based in Bucharest, Romania.
More than 100 years of motion pictures, TV broadcasts and other images, now scattered in museums and collections around the globe, have never been catalogued in one massive worldwide database.
Notebook PCs continue to drive most of the growth in the overall PC market, as commercial customers finally start replacing hardware, according to market share numbers released by IDC Tuesday.
While it's no secret that the IT market as a whole has been experiencing a tough time, it appears the clouds have parted slightly to shine a ray of hope onto the semiconductor market, which has seen steady growth throughout 2003.
Online retailers and technology companies, including Microsoft Corp., eBay Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., are teaming up to fight online identity fraud.
A new report from Forrester Research claims the music industry lost nearly US$700 million in CD sales last year through the proliferation of online music download and subscriptions services.
The next version of Microsoft’s .Net development frameworks may well have some code written at New Zealand's University of Canterbury.
After a trial in Italy, Adobe Systems Inc. plans to announce at the end of this month that it will sell its "Creative Suite" collections of professional graphics software worldwide.
A new Sony Corp. hard-disk based video recorder will go on sale in Japan in November, capable of recording for two weeks nonstop, the company said Tuesday.
Hitachi Ltd. has developed an RFID (radio frequency identification) chip that requires no external antenna and makes possible the embedding of tracking and identification chips in bank notes, tickets and other paper products.
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