Stepping up its battle against computer viruses and worms, Microsoft has established a $US5 million fund to pay rewards for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for releasing malicious code, the company said.
Just in time for the holidays, Internet infrastructure company VeriSign Inc. is unveiling a new, snazzier design for its ubiquitous VeriSign Trust Mark seal.
Linux vendor Red Hat has announced it will end support of its consumer Linux distribution in favour of its enterprise operating system and does not plan to release another product in the Red Hat Linux line, the company said in a statement.
Taree Council has become the second local government to crack down on travelling computer fairs after a reseller campaign inspired by similar action taken by traders in Victoria.
Internet search service provider Ask Jeeves Inc. is beefing up its product search capabilities for the busy holiday shopping season.
Amid a solid third quarter for both companies, Intel managed to increase its market share at the expense of rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), according to data from Mercury Research.
Labor has conceded the high ground to the government and will not block the passage of the Spam Bill in the Senate, Shadow Communications Minister Kate Lundy has revealed to Computerworld. Labor had proposed a series of amendments relating to search ...
ISP Internode has introduced free virus and spam filters as standard across all of its dial-up and broadband services.
Microsoft is changing its search strategy, by improving its own algorithmic Web search service and pulling out of the directory search business.
New versions of the Mimail e-mail worm are circulating on the Internet, according to alerts issued Monday from leading antivirus software companies.
Borland Software Corp. plans to detail several key pieces of its ALM (application life cycle management) strategy at its BorCon developer conference this week in San Jose, California.
Future Xbox gaming consoles released by Microsoft will use processor technology from IBM, the companies said Monday in what represents a significant design win for IBM over current Xbox chip provider Intel.
Intel Corp.'s new Pentium 4 Extreme Edition chip will be used in gaming PCs from Dell Inc., Gateway Inc., and a number of other PC vendors, the companies announced Monday.
The ACA has issued a warning to all potential ADSL subscribers with back-to-base security alarm systems installed in their homes to stay away from self-install ADSL kits.
Any IT manager that has suffered the wrath of customers and staff during an unforseen outage should spare a thought for Telstra's battle-hardened head of network services, Michael Lawrey. Yet having endured Telstra's pillorying in the mainstream medi...
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