The Microsoft executive in charge of the Xbox 360 sold US$3 million (AU$3.66 million) more in stock than originally disclosed during the weeks leading up to the July announcement that the flawed video game console was going to cost the company more t...
Security vendor Finjan has claimed the credit for spotting an embarrassing flaw in Windows Vista, which Microsoft only patched this week in its monthly updates.
A technology mostly associated today with crackdowns on music and movie pirates could instead be used to help make multimedia content free -- and file-sharing legal.
Microsoft Tuesday patched several Windows Vista gadgets, the first time it's had to fix the small applications, prompting one researcher to mark the date as the real "arrival of the next-generation of vulnerabilities."
Citrix Systems agreed to acquire XenSource today in a deal valued at US$500 million (AU$611 million).
Google wants to question under oath two Comedy Central stars, Stephen Colbert, host of The Colbert Report and comedian Jon Stewart of The Daily Show, in connection with the US$1 billion (AU$1.2 billion) copyright infringement lawsuit brought against ...
To fall in line with the recently announced price drop in the US, Australian gamers will now pay up to $100 less for the Xbox 360 console.
On the heels of Tuesday's successful VMware IPO, rumours are again circulating that Citrix and XenSource may be hatching an acquisition deal just as the server and desktop virtualization markets are red hot.
Logic3 has unveiled what it claims is the first portable speaker system for Apple's iPhone. The i-Station Traveller for iPhone can accommodate the iPhone in both portrait and landscape orientations, so you can set it up to watch movies on the move or...
The Federation for Identity and Cross-Credentialing Systems (FiXs) -- a little-known group of non-profits, government contractors, commercial entities, and government agencies -- has recently unveiled a first-of-its-kind global infrastructure to supp...
The IIA's CEO Peter Coroneos has welcomed the Federal Government's plan to protect Australians online following prime minister John Howard's recent announcement of an $189 million plan to improve Internet safety by using filtering services to ISPs an...
Wikia is offering people who love online games a chance to use its guides to help them navigate landscapes, and beat foes in major games through tools developed by Playxpert.
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) has suddenly sprouted green leaves with a task force, working party, and tutorial all directed to making storage more environmentally friendly. It recommends storing less data on fewer disks and arch...
Microsoft is increasing the storage limit for its Web-based e-mail service, surpassing competitor Google's limit but far short of Yahoo's unlimited storage.
Nokia is offering to replace 46 million batteries made by another company for use in its mobile phones because of a risk of overheating, Nokia said on Tuesday.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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