A Chicago man pleaded guilty last Friday to wire fraud in connection with a scheme that used a phony Web site to steal credit card and account information from customers of Microsoft's Microsoft Network (MSN) Internet service provider business.
Utilities provider, Australian Gas Light Company (AGL), has announced that it will close down its Dingo Blue mobile phone business.
In the past five days Westpac's Internet banking site has suffered a litany of computer glitches and outages that culminated in a few thousand customers losing funds from their accounts over the weekend.
Last week, SI.com, the online version of Sports Illustrated magazine, made some of its most popular online features, columnists and stories available only to paid subscribers of its print magazine.
If you've got US$10,000 to spare and know someone with an extremely large bookshelf, you may be in for some interesting holiday shopping this December on Amazon.com.
Select Microsoft customers will get early access to several of the vendor's new Office System products on Monday, the company said.
The OASIS standards consortium has approved a standard that members say will make it easier and cheaper to publish data on Web portals.
Malicious attacks attempting to take advantage of the three critical flaws announced Wednesday by Microsoft in several versions of its Windows software shouldn't be long in coming, according to security experts.
The alleged former leader of a music file-uploading group called the Apocalypse Crew has reportedly submitted a guilty plea to the U.S. Department of Justice.
P2P United, a newly formed US industry trade association, said it will pay the $2,000 fine imposed on 12-year-old Brianna LaHara by the recording industry for illegally downloading music from the Internet.
The introduction of the 802.11a version of Intel's wireless chip, part of its Centrino mobile package, will be delayed past its expected arrival at the end of the third quarter, an Intel spokesman said yesterday.
Thousands of show goers were evacuated from the OracleWorld conference in the US Wednesday because of a bomb scare.
Sharp has unveiled a notebook computer with a display that gives the illusion of depth and can display objects in three dimensions without the use of special glasses.
Tomorrow's Web experience will bear little resemblance to today's browsing, thanks to new interactive tools already emerging, says Rob Burgess, Macromedia chairman and chief executive. He described the company's vision for its products and the Web in...
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will fund a four-year program to develop optical interconnect technology for chip-to-chip communications, headed by researchers at IBM and Agilent Technologies, IBM announced Thursday.
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