Mozilla late last week updated its open-source Firefox browser to patch 10 bugs in Firefox, including three rated as critical, and released the refreshed versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
AT&T has filed a lawsuit in the US against VOIP provider Vonage Holdings, seeking damages for alleged patent infringement.
The Storm Worm's days may be numbered, according to a University of California researcher.
One day after Symantec researchers discovered software that attacked a critical unpatched vulnerability in RealNetworks' media player, Real says that a fix for the issue is imminent.
Microsoft has 200 programmers working on slimming down the Windows kernel for the next version of the operating system, a company engineer revealed in a presentation last weekend at the University of Illinois.
WiMax earned an important seal of approval last week when the Radiocommunication Sector of the International Telecommunication Union certified it as a 3G (third-generation) mobile data technology.
Mozilla has released a critical security update to Firefox, taking a third shot at patching bugs in the way the browser can be used to launch programs from Web links.
Google has gotten undeservedly all the credit for many clicks on the online ads it delivers via its search engine, but Microsoft wants to put a stop to that.
Victorian Police conducted a piracy raid on a shop in Melbourne yesterday seizing over 100,000 DVDs, 51 burners, 14 folders of jacket covers and prepackaged fake copies of movies ready for distribution.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission today launched a public consultation on Telstra's transmission capacity exemption application.
Telstra has urged customers to make the switch from CDMA to Next G following its announcement that the network has 25 percent more coverage than its predecessor.
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Hewlett-Packard introduced this week a security technology that ensures printed documents get to the right people and protects against malware.
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