A newly disclosed vulnerability could enable attackers to reset the password and hijack older Microsoft Corp. .Net Passport accounts, according to a message posted to an online software vulnerability discussion mailing list.
Intel executives said the company plans to release a low-voltage version of its Itanium 2 processor, formerly known by the code name Deerfield, later this year, and hinted that the chip could hit the streets in the next three months.
America Online Inc. (AOL) has shored up its enterprise messaging products, adding the ability to encrypt messages, files and chat sessions over its network, which can then be logged and audited.
The Bugbear and Sobig viruses top a list of the most frequently occurring viruses of 2003, according to a report put out by antivirus company Sophos PLC.
In a significant tactical move in the growing media consolidation debate, Communications minister Richard Alston has flagged the government's intention to merge communications regulatory bodies the Australian Broadcasting Authority (ABA) and the Aust...
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) expanded its range of Opteron processors Monday, adding the 800 series for eight-way servers and the 100 series for single-processor servers, the company said in a release.
Vodafone Group PLC will use software from RealNetworks Inc. to distribute audio and video content to users of its Vodafone Live wireless data service, RealNetworks said in a statement Monday.
Olympus Optical Co. Ltd. is pushing to become a player in the professional photography market, preparing to offer a 5-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera with the first pure digital SLR and a ready-made line of lenses.
Dell Computer Corp. has revealed that the next generation of its Axim handheld will include both Wi-Fi and triband radios, signaling a new wave of mobile productivity. In addition, an executive at the company's headquarters here said Dell plans to de...
Wireless LAN (WLAN) chips will plummet in price and show up in almost all notebook PCs by 2007, according to a new study by research company IDC, the report's author said Thursday.
Microsoft has released Service Pack 4 for Windows 2000, a bundle of all updates and patches for the operating system released since Service Pack 3 last August.
What does Australian pop icon and TV PopStars winner Sophie Monk have in common with the average home broadband user? According to Primus, both recognise the benefit of talking on the phone while simultaneously surfing the Web.
ISP iiNet has offered its NSW ADSL broadband customers an extra week’s worth of credit on their usage bill as an apology for network outages experienced across the state earlier this month.
The latest version of the Sobig worm is making its way through computer networks around the world, apparently causing no direct damage but hogging bandwidth and IT resources in its path.
Tired of chunky CRT (cathode ray tube) monitors taking up space on their desks, users increasingly are turning to flat-panel LCDs (liquid crystal display) instead, according to a study released Thursday.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.