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Intel readying Linux drivers for Centrino

Intel on Tuesday confirmed it is working on Linux drivers for its new mobile Centrino technology, but devotees of this open source operating system shouldn't expect to see notebooks featuring the Centrino-Linux combination on store shelves anytime so...

War-related IT attacks slammed

The prospect of a retaliatory cyberterror or info-war attack on Australia’s critical telecommunications infrastructure by Iraq has been publicly hosed down as "industry rumour" by Telstra’s chief technology officer Dr Hugh Bradlow.

Hackers to descend on Sydney

Next month a large gathering of Australia's underground hacker community will converge on the University of Technology, Sydney for a two-day event called RUXCON.

Centrino to go begging say IT managers

Intel's new wireless chip family, Centrino, is failing to excite New Zealand IT managers, who aren't persuaded they want the three-in-one functionality of the processors.

Fourth CERT document is leaked online

An individual using the name "hack4life" sent another internal CERT Coordination Center memo to an online discussion list Friday, detailing a product vulnerability that hadn't yet been disclosed, in what appears to have been the fourth such incident ...

Telstra plans natural language engines

Telstra will start selling enterprise grade, home grown ‘natural language’ speech recognition engines directly into the Australian market over the next two years, according to its chief technology officer Dr Hugh Bradlow. Technical details so far are...

SonicBlue files for bankruptcy

SonicBlue Inc. is filing for reorganization under US federal bankruptcy laws and plans to sell off the divisions that make the popular consumer devices ReplayTV, the Rio MP3 player, and entire GoVideo business unit.

Total state control will stop net attacks: Kaspersky

Eugene Kaspersky, head of Muskovite antivirus research outfit Kaspersky Labs, has revealed a brave new vision for a safer cybersphere which, if successful, will redefine the very nature of information as we know it: state control of the Internet.

Ex-partner for sale, one careful owner

Sick of your boyfriend or girlfriend? Had enough of their irritating ways? Why not make some money out of the no good so and so -- that's exactly what one dumped girlfriend thought, putting her ex up for sale on Internet auction site eBay.

Gadgets galore at CeBIT 2003

As usual, this year's CeBIT trade show was packed full of consumer electronics and computing gadgets. Across the exhibition's 27 halls were hundreds of interesting and unique gadgets and products and through these some trends were apparent. As has be...

Microsoft asks universities to teach hacking

Microsoft is working with a number of universities in several countries to set up courses that teach students how to write secure code, the company said Friday. The University of Leeds in England is the first to announce such a course.

Hackers, virus writers take to war theme

The beginning of war in Iraq prompted a rash of protest hacking on the Internet, with new war-themed viruses and Web page defacements directed at U.S., U.K. and Australian interests. But the devastating new worms and viruses that were predicted by so...

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