Despite the arrest Friday of the suspected author of the Sasser worm which affected millions of computers worldwide last week, a new variant of the worm appeared Sunday, according to computer security organizations.
China has closed 8,600 Internet cafes since February as part of an ongoing national campaign to clamp down on Internet cafes that violate government Internet regulations, according to a report by the official Xinhua news agency.
By the end of 2005, Intel will have shifted all of its processor designs for everything from notebook chips to SMP (symmetric multiprocessor) servers to dual-core chips, resulting in the discontinuation of two single-core processors on its current ro...
A multi-million dollar Microsoft reward program to encourage people to identify computer virus writers has led to the arrest of a teenager in Germany on suspicion of writing the Sasser computer worm.
More than 450 software developers, engineers and architects from around the globe gathered in Toronto on Wednesday to get their hands wet with visual studio programming at the Visual Studio Developers Conference held at the Toronto Congress Centre th...
The transition from 32-bit to 64-bit desktop computers will happen dramatically faster than most experts have predicted, with many users switching within the next two years, one industry analyst says.
Roxio, parent company of the Napster online music store and service, beat Wall Street's revenue forecast Wednesday and posted a net loss for its fourth quarter that was smaller than expected. It also predicted continued revenue growth for its Napster...
After months of delay, Novell expects to release a final version of its Mono software development platform by the end of next month, the company said, after releasing the first public beta of the Mono 1.0 software on a Web site earlier this week.
Members of a U.S. House subcommittee questioned why so much pornography, including some child pornography, exists on peer-to-peer (P-to-P) services, but p-to-p software vendors said the problem is small compared to pornography elsewhere in cyberspace...
Over the next few years, Intel will shift its desktop processor architecture away from the power-hungry design that fuels the current Pentium 4 processor to a more power-efficient design that builds on the success of the Pentium M chip, sources famil...
The Federal Government has committed $5.3 billion to continue and grow its Backing Australia’s Ability program. The announcement was made by the Minister of Communications, Information, Technology and the Arts, Daryl Williams, at the CeBIT show in Sy...
Dell has opened its first multimedia kiosk in Australia, paving the way for a series of similar stores to spring up across the country if the move proves successful.
And now, from the people who gave you the I-mode Internet phone, we bring to you a speech-recognition system so revolutionary that it is, in fact, speechless. NTT DoCoMo Inc. showed the prototype system during a rare tour of its Yokosuka, Japan, R&D ...
Sony America joined the online music market Tuesday with the launch of Connect.
Microsoft has teamed up with messaging appliance vendor IronPort Systems to bring new antispam capabilities for users of Microsoft's Hotmail.com and MSN.com e-mail services.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.
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