Microsoft will complete its entry into the desktop security market this week with the general release of its Windows Live OneCare antivirus software.
The offer seemed too good to be true. And for many who thought Microsoft was going to ship them free USB storage drives, it was.
.Net is getting boosts with diagnostic tools and a version of the Ruby programming language for Microsoft's application development platform.
Yahoo and eBay are doing the right thing with the partnership they announced last week, but the impression is that they are running scared.
The operators of a Web site that allowed MySpace.com users to track their visitors have been charged with trying to extort $US150,000 from the popular social networking site.
Online comparison site, Shopping.com, has launched in Australia with more than 200 local retailers jumping onboard the online shopping ship.
Security researchers at eEye Digital Security have discovered a serious flaw in Symantec's enterprise antivirus software that could be used by hackers to create a self-replicating "worm" attack against Symantec users.
About 8,000 blood donors in the Missouri-Illinois Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross were notified last week that personal information about them was allegedly stolen by a former employee in March and might have been used in identity the...
Microsoft has teamed up with two Taiwanese companies to develop 3G handsets for business users in a bid to create gadgets that meet specific user needs.
After an enthusiastic consumer reaction to Walkman-branded cell phones, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications is planning more handsets that are focused around a single, major feature, the company's president said in an interview in Tokyo this week.
A strong performance in China wasn't enough for Lenovo Group Ltd., which swung to a loss during the fourth quarter of its fiscal year.
Broadcast mobile TV service, using technology developed in Korea instead of a European-backed system, will kick off next week in Germany days ahead of the World Cup soccer tournament.
The emergence of software that enables hiding digital code in photographic images has given criminals a new way to disguise their activities, but researchers are working to give law enforcement advanced tools of their own to sniff out such code.
World Cup soccer fans should be aware of a new worm being circulated by e-mail with the German-language message "WM-Tickets" or "Weltmeisterschaft," security vendor Sophos warned Wednesday.
"The Web is under attack," said Phillip Hallam-Baker, principal scientist at VeriSign, who gave a session Thursday on Internet crime at the W3C (World Wide Web) conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, this week.
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