Users of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system will soon be able to take advantage of a new software enhancement that the US software company claims will offer faster, easier and more secure access to broadband wireless networks.
Sony's newest high-end digital camera for the professional home user, the 8-megapixel Cyber-Shot DSC-F828, will be released in time for Christmas.
Continuing its push into the emerging broadband television market, Microsoft Corp. plans to show prototype software this weekend for a new system that will allow cable and telecommunication operators to deliver new and existing TV services over broad...
"Cheap and fast" hardware is the way to go, according to Craig Nevill-Manning, a senior research scientist with Google Inc.
Telstra's $600 million fire sale of allegedly bad debt has again returned to haunt it. Complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) have soared to another all-time high.
In the wake of recent widespread worm attacks on the Internet, Microsoft is considering taking an unprecedented step: making automatic download and installation of security updates the default option for Windows and perhaps Microsoft Office. But firs...
Many Telstra BigPond dial-up customers have been without e-mail since Wednesday afternoon owing to a technical fault.
Two Spanish security experts are inviting computer buffs to participate in a competition to deface a Web site on a production server.
Apple has set the release date for its latest Mac OS X – code-named Panther. It will hit the market on October 24, along with a Panther Server product.
Some customers of the popular PayPal online payment service were swindled recently after identity thieves used spam and phony websites to swipe their personal billing data and credit card numbers.
After years of debate, industrial disputes and legal wrangling, legislation is finally being introduced to cover e-mail monitoring in the workplace.
Apple Computer should have adopted the Intel architecture when it had the chance, former chief John Sculley said Tuesday.
Roxio, the company that bought the remnants of fallen song-swapping service Napster Inc., is preparing to relaunch the service, dubbed Napster 2.0, on Thursday.
Despite increasing pressure from Linux, Microsoft dominated the worldwide market in 2002 for OSs (operating systems) used on servers and, less surprisingly, the OS market on the client side. It will continue to defend its market position for at least...
Toshiba has produced the first functional test chip which conforms to a new integrated-circuit architecture called X, which includes interconnects using diagonal pathways as well as the traditional grid-like vertical and horizontal pathways in use to...
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