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Microsoft wraps up Project 2003

Microsoft Corp. has priced its Project 2003 products and plans to release the project planning and management software to manufacturing on Monday, entering the final phase before commercial availability of the products, the company said Wednesday.

Microsoft slip ups may have helped new worm

With the spread of the dangerous new W32/Blaster Windows worm slowing, attention is shifting to Microsoft Corp.'s efforts to help its customers patch vulnerable systems, with some accusing the company of providing inadequate protection and unreliable...

New Blaster worm variant on the loose

Less than two days after it first appeared on the Internet, the W32.Blaster worm already spawned a new variation that is also spreading, according to warnings from antivirus vendors.

Rio unveils new MP3 players

Rio has unveiled a handful of new portable digital audio players, one of them featuring a new, lightweight type of storage that promises to keep such devices shrinking.

Transmeta unveils Efficeon brand for TM8000

Transmeta Corp. will name its next-generation mobile processor Efficeon, hoping that name draws more customers than its current Crusoe processor has mustered so far, the company announced Tuesday.

Experts: more, better Windows worms likely

Despite infecting tens of thousands of computers worldwide, the recent W32.Blaster worm is poorly written and inefficient, blunting its impact, according to security experts.

AMD64 logo program launched

PC manufacturers expect a new marketing campaign announced by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) on Tuesday to improve awareness of the company's 64-bit processors among consumers and corporate buyers.

ISPs get draft code of conduct

After 18 months of deliberation the Australian Internet Industry Association (IIA) has released a draft code of conduct for Internet service providers (ISPs) assisting law enforcement in the investigation of cybercrime.

Internet worm hits CardCall

The W32.Blaster.Worm hit prepaid communications provider CardCall yesterday causing a "fairly severe network slowdown", according to IT manager, Gordon Kenyon.

Acxiom hacker charged

An American man has been arrested and charged with hacking into the computers of at least two companies.

Feared RPC worm starts to spread

Security experts on Monday warned of the first self-propagating virus to take advantage of a widespread vulnerability reported last month in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems.

Microsoft ordered to pay $521M in patent dispute

A jury in Chicago on Monday ordered Microsoft Corp. to pay US$520.6 million in damages to a technology company and the University of California after finding that Microsoft's Web browser infringed on a patent.

Microsoft wants users to report on Office

Microsoft Corp. wants more details on how its products are used so it can make its applications "almost entirely crash-free" and build features users want, the company said Monday.

Two US unis win battle against RIAA subpoenas

The U.S. recording industry received a setback in its nationwide campaign to quash music piracy on the Internet Friday when a federal judge ruled that two universities did not have to comply with subpoenas requesting that they hand over the identitie...

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