In a second round of lawsuits announced on Thursday, four major U.S. Internet service providers (ISPs) are taking on senders of e-mail spam and unwanted commercial messages sent via instant messaging.
Google has fixed a security flaw in its Gmail Web-based e-mail service that allowed attackers to hijack users' e-mail accounts.
Japan's consumer electronics companies are investing billions of dollars in flat-panel TVs, but a dispute is raging over which is the best technology to use for the very largest screens.
Pioneer Computers are claiming a world first with the development of a television digital tuner card for the Australian version of Microsoft Media Center (MCE).
Japanese software maker Koei is about to start development of its first game for Sony Computer Entertainment's (SCEI) next-generation PlayStation console, Koei said Thursday.
New versions of the Bagle worm rolled onto the Internet Friday, prompting antivirus companies to warn customers about the threat and to push out software updates to spot the new worms.
In what it called an "Information Age undercover investigation," the U.S. Secret Service Thursday announced that it has arrested 28 people from eight U.S. states and six countries allegedly involved in a global organized cybercrime ring.
Customers that bundle their telephony and internet services with Optus will be entitled to up to four months free broadband per year as part of an aggressive marketing strategy to lure more contracts to its business.
A new fuel cell for notebook PCs, more compact and powerful than competing technologies, could be on the market in early 2006 at a price of around US$90, its Japanese inventors said Tuesday.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on Thursday announced it has filed 750 new lawsuits against alleged file-traders using peer-to-peer (P-to-P) software.
If a handheld device doesn't have voice capabilities, a growing number of users around the world aren't interested, according to research company, IDC.
In 1969, Intel introduced its first microprocessor chip, the 4004. The 4-bit processor chugged along at a mere 104 KHz. In the 35 years since then, processor clock speeds -- and performance -- have doubled about every 18 months.
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Internet users may soon see two new domain name suffixes in their browser window: ".post" to identify the postal community and ".travel" for travel industry associations and organizations.
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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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