Mimail virus variants have taken out five of the top ten spots in a new Sophos virus report of the most prolific viruses affecting businesses last month.
Stringent shopping centre planning standards have held up the opening of Next Byte’s latest store, which was scheduled to open today. The store at Sydney’s new Westfield Bondi Junction will now open after the lucrative Christmas period.
In a move sure to spice up the digital imaging market, Dell has launched its first range of printers in Australia.
U.K. government is set to consider legislation next year for the establishment of compulsory biometric identity cards and a central database of all U.K. subjects, it was announced by the government last week.
Samsung Electronics has developed a 57-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) panel, the largest such panel in the world.
Carleton University in Ottawa opened a new computer security research centre on Monday in part to focus on narrowing the gap between academic theoretical research and practical business applications.
Consumer electronics specialist LG Electronics has taken a major stride into the IT sector, launching three Centrino-based notebooks.
Damage to a France Télécom (FT) transatlantic cable slowed Internet traffic between Europe and the U.S. on Tuesday, but traffic returned quickly to normal levels, according to the London Internet Exchange (LINX), the largest Internet exchange point i...
The Sysbug-A virus has been set loose and is attacking "the usual suspects" -- meaning that Microsoft Windows users should be on alert, according to one IT security company.
On Monday, a provider of in-flight Internet access will move a step closer to delivering a system that may someday let airline passengers make calls from their own mobile phones.
Telstra has implemented new terms and conditions and revised its acceptable use policy for customers across its BigPond ADSL and cable broadband services in a bid to cut back further the level of spam hitting its network.
The Spanish police arrested Tuesday in Madrid a 23-year-old man suspected of being the author of the W32/Raleka worm which infected over 120,000 computers in August.
Following on from a $2 million funding allocation in the 2003/2004 Federal Government budget, NetAlert has relaunched its Web site, introducing new information on safe Internet surfing and protecting children from offensive online material.
Melbourne IT has announced plans to target the small to medium enterprise Web site design market, traditionally serviced by small operators and university students. They hope to tap into the vast numbers of businesses which don’t have an online prese...
Via their mobile phones, music lovers in the UK can now legally download tunes to a new music player device equipped with DRM (Digital Rights Management) controls and advanced compression technology.
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