IP communications company, Mitel Networks, plans to acquire Inter-Tel for $US732 million.
Ken Kutaragi, the man who led Sony into the game console business, will step down as chairman and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI), the company said late Thursday.
New browser-based application technologies are opening new security holes, warned SPI Dynamics as it launched a re-engineered version of its SOA/Web 2.0 security testing software WebInspect this week.
One Seattle company using a new site optimization service from Google, introduced in beta to select users in October and to all AdWords customers earlier this month, is already seeing improvements on its site.
Deferred revenue from the release of Windows Vista and Office 2007 helped Microsoft increase revenue 32 per cent year over year for its fiscal third quarter, with the company reporting $US14.4 billion in revenue for the three months ended March 31.
A small Utah online backup service that recently signed a deal to back up 300,000 PCs owned by General Electric Co. Thursday announced a US$4.95 per month unlimited plan for Mac owners.
A New York teenager broke into AOL networks and databases containing customer information and infected servers with a malicious program to transfer confidential data to his computer, AOL and the Manhattan District Attorney's Office allege.
New details have emerged of virtualisation software provider, VMware's, plans to sell its stock to the public.
Organizers of last week's MacBook Pro hack challenge Thursday disputed accounts that the QuickTime exploit that won the US$10,000 prize was nicked from a wireless network and is now in circulation.
A US$1 billion lawsuit filed Thursday promises to open up a new front in the battle against spam: It targets not just spammers, but -- for the first time -- also those responsible for harvesting e-mail addresses on behalf of spammers.
Telstra has flicked the switch on a new $1.5 billion IP network that the telco says not only homogenises its disparate networking core, but is also the largest of its kind in the world.
At the Gartner Symposium ITXPO 2007, Peter Sondergaard, senior vice president of global research, gave a keynote address on emerging IT trends and how they will affect IT on a personal and professional level.
Finally there's hope for the lyrically challenged: Yahoo Music.
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The QuickTime vulnerability that first surfaced last Friday in a Mac hack challenge is "very serious" and can be exploited through any Java-enabled browser, including Internet Explorer 7 running on both Windows XP and Vista, the company that laid out...
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