Telstra's former wireless data chief has signed the first Australian partner for his latest wireless venture, which offers services he expects will give his old employer the shakes -- metro Wi-Fi and mobile VoIP.
A new round of so-called "pharming" attacks is targeting the .com Internet domain, redirecting some Internet users who are looking for .com Web sites to Web pages controlled by the unknown attackers.
Although Telstra has publicly slammed the ACCC's final recommendations on price control regulations for telecommunications services, other sectors of the industry are more welcoming.
Shareholders of Canon paved the way for expansion of the company's business activities into DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) chips with the approval on Wednesday of a revision to Canon's articles of incorporation.
Microsoft on Thursday filed 117 civil lawsuits against alleged phishers trying to scam Microsoft customers out of personal information such as credit card numbers.
Microsoft is investigating a new set of potentially serious security flaws in Internet Explorer and Outlook reported by security company eEye Digital Security, the software maker said Friday.
If you're planning to attend the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year but oppose the use of RFID (radio frequency identification) smart tag technology, you won't get past the front gate.
Google on Friday plans to increase the in-box storage of its Gmail Web mail service from 1G byte to 2G bytes, and it will continue to raise that ceiling in coming weeks and months, on a rolling basis, to unspecified heights, according to a Google exe...
Transmeta will cease production of all but a few of its low-power processors, shifting its focus to building new businesses around engineering services and intellectual property licensing.
Expanding its measures to combat software piracy, Microsoft will require users who want to download local language add-ons to Windows to first validate their copy of the operating system as legitimate.
Nikon is planning to release a new range of digital SLR (single lens reflex) cameras, including a model called the D50, the company said Thursday.
IBM's design services unit has begun promoting the new Cell microprocessor, developed together with Sony and Toshiba, to potential users outside of the consumer electronics industry in which the chip is likely to first appear.
Toshiba has begun sampling computer memory chips with the world's fastest data rate, and will start mass production of the chips in the second half of this year, the company said Wednesday.
Pitching colour printing as a competitive advantage for businesses, Xerox on Wednesday introduced several new products including the first colour multifunction scanner, copier and printer based on its solid ink technology.
Some people may think of robots as friendly human-shaped things that help with the housework or that will in the future pilot spaceships.
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