Google opens click-fraud Web site

Google has unveiled a Web site "resource center" focused on the thorny issue of click fraud, which many consider a potential threat to the company's main source of revenue: pay-per-click advertising.

American Airlines sues Google over keyword ads

American Airlines Thursday filed a lawsuit against Google Inc., claiming the search company is infringing on the airline's trademarks by using them as keyword triggers for paid advertisements by other companies.

Firm pays for illegally using copyrighted content

A California-based market research company has agreed to pay a US$300,000 settlement for illegally distributing copyrighted articles, research reports and other information without proper licenses or permission to employees via e-mail newsletters.

Femtocells: Obscure name, bright future

For all the speed mobile operators are building into their networks, a lot of it doesn't reach subscribers trying to make calls or surf the Web indoors. While some carriers look to Wi-Fi and dual-mode phones to bridge the gap, another technology is c...

Citrix-XenSource deal raises open-source questions

Citrix Systems' US$500 million acquisition of XenSource, along with VMware's massively successful IPO last week, has further legitimatized the hot virtualization space, but it may also be causing some disillusionment among the open-source community.

Trading glitch calls DR into question

Yesterday's trading halt at the Sydney Future's Exchange (SFE) has again called into question the state of disaster recovery and business continuity planning among local enterprises.

Warning: 'Clpwn' cavorting on unguarded sites

A self-proclaimed hacker crew calling itself "clpwn" -- as in "clown" -- that's been bragging about how it's defaced sites such as CNN and Playboy Casino isn't doing anything earth-shattering, said a security researcher Wednesday. But the group is a ...

Orange to launch wind-powered mobile phone charger

You've probably seen mobile phone chargers that can power multiple devices at once and sync data between your phone and a PC. You may have even heard some rumblings about wireless chargers that power devices over the air or solar-powered cell phones....

Service hasn't crashed, Skype says

Skype's Internet voice service "has not crashed or been victim of a cyber attack," the eBay subsidiary said late Thursday after some users were unable to log on for hours.

PC and software sales boost HPs revenue, profit

Hewlett-Packard Co.'s PC business and software sales from its Mercury Interactive acquisition helped produce net profit of US$1.8 billion (AU$2.28 billion), for a 29 percent increase, with a 16 percent boost in revenue in the fiscal third quarter, ac...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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