A new program developed by a Russian software company allows Skype users to record their phone conversations and save them on their computer as digital multimedia files.
Trend Micro today announced updated consumer desktop anti-malware packages, and released a new product, Internet Security Pro, intended to protect customers engaged in online transactions.
HP this week claimed to be the first to implement a technology designed to improve traffic monitoring in wireless networks.
Juniper Networks this week is expanding its Carrier Ethernet switch/router line with two smaller form factor platforms, higher density modules and software enhancements.
Executives from Google and Microsoft are scheduled to testify before a Senate panel this week on the search engine company's planned US$3.1 billion acquisition of online advertising company DoubleClick.
eBay's security experts have determined that it's highly likely that whoever posted confidential information about its members in a company discussion forum this week stole the data via an e-mail phishing scam, an eBay spokeswoman said this week.
A patent claim by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation would probably not sink the IEEE 802.11n standard, according to some wireless LAN industry veterans.
D-link has announced Ethernet desktop switches that, it claims, use up to 44 percent less power than existing 5-port switches. It said it was the first company to bring such green Ethernet switches to the market.
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Developers and other supporters of the Kerberos authentication platform gathered at MIT's Stata Center on Thursday to unveil a new industry effort aimed at furthering the technology.
VMware Wednesday released the first beta of Fusion 1.1, the newest version of its virtualization software that lets Mac owners run Windows on their Intel-powered computers.
Engate Technology Thursday announced a version of its antispam software that the company says includes the industry's first preemptive protection against phishing attacks.
The percentage of threats arriving in e-mail that rely on links to malicious sites -- rather than arriving as a file attachment -- has ballooned 10-fold since the first quarter of the year, a UK security company said today.
Google's proposed merger with online advertising server DoubleClick would create a giant that would control a huge portion of online advertising and hurt the Internet, opponents of the deal have told US lawmakers.
Amid uncertainty about the greater economy, technology companies are looking good to investors. Strong earnings from Red Hat this week and Oracle last week, continued excitement over mergers and acquisitions, and solid forecasts for global component ...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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