Can rootkit malware that hides by mimicking a software-based virtual machine ever be detected? That was the topic of debate as security researchers presented their latest findings to packed audiences at the Black Hat Conference here.
A decade ago, Polycom released its ReadiVoice audio conferencing solution, which enabled service providers to more easily offer voice conferencing to customers.
Amazon.com and Best Buy provide customers the best overall online experience, according to a survey released by Keynote Systems, a Web site performance measuring company.
Microsoft Wednesday for the first time laid out the underpinnings of the security capabilities it has built into its forthcoming Windows Server Virtualization technology, in hopes that researchers will help vet the software, which is expected to ship...
Local businesses are wasting up to 50 percent of software development budgets because they lack the resources, tools and knowledge to conduct efficient software testing, according to market analysts.
Special Minister of State Gary Nairn will launch a program tomorrow to increase the number of women in ICT-related professions.
Clearswift this week announced an upgrade to its e-mail appliance that features unified policy management for organizations looking to secure both their e-mail and Web communications.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 has surpassed total online searches for Nintendo Wii said web analytics firm Hitwise on Friday. New games, price drop rumors, and inquiries about hardware issues were all cited for the increase.
Bungie Studios confirmed on Tuesday that Halo 3 will feature up to four player co-op in Campaign mode on Xbox Live or System Link.
Sony's Warwick Light, head of New Zealand marketing, said on Tuesday that the company hopes to release a digital TV tuner for PS3 sometime in 2008.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 took top honors as the console with the most award-winning games at E3 this year according to the Game Critics Awards. Xbox 360 games took home 11 awards, followed by PS3 with eight, and Wii with just one.
Researchers are looking for formal European Union sponsorship of a new project that would keep an eye on malicious software and computer attacks around the world.
A 10-year-old security problem has come back to haunt corporate IT, a security researcher told an audience at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas Wednesday.
People who use online e-mail or social-networking sites at Wi-Fi hotspots could risk having their accounts hijacked.
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