Two security bugs in DirectX, a part of the Windows operating system that provides multimedia support, could allow an attacker to gain control over computers running it, Microsoft Corp. warned Wednesday.
The Italian Senate has updated the mechanical shorthand technology it has been using since the 19th century and integrated it with MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) and computer aided transcription (CAT) software to create what it claims is...
Rampant, and previously unsanctioned, use of instant messaging (IM) within companies has created a booming market for vendors who offer to add control such as encryption, archiving and logging.
Microsoft plans to add between 4,000 and 5,000 jobs in its 2004 financial year and increase spending on research and development to about US$6.9 billion, the company said Thursday.
Microsoft Corp. is preparing Office and server products to accompany the launch of Longhorn, the successor to Windows XP, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates said Thursday, reigniting speculation about a server version of Longh...
The use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology will be widespread in Australia by late 2004 with more than 15 local companies implementing pilots, according to IBM's worldwide director of e-business to smart machines (eb2SM), Dr Cheryl S...
Palm Inc. has launched a new, more multimedia-friendly version of the Tungsten T, the first handheld based on the Palm 5 operating system. The company also announced price cuts on two older models.
Laws to ban spam will be introduced into Parliament later this year, the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Richard Alston, said yesterday .
In a refreshing dalliance with reality, IT security companies are warning of king-sized headaches for enterprises customers as home PCs are hijacked and turned into spam and porn servers. A rapid escalation in Trojan attacks aimed at 'mum, dad and th...
Throwing its weight behind the increasingly popular wireless broadband movement, Telstra launched its first national Wi-Fi service in Sydney on Wednesday. The telco’s announcement comes on the back of the Wireless Broadband Alliance’s decision to com...
Microsoft is ready to take the heat if its products land customers in trouble.
Australian business are once again being subjected to a domain registration mailout that may be deemed misleading and confusing to consumers, the .au Domain Administration (auDA) has warned.
Replacing a manual procedure for recording customer information with Web-based software is a major overhaul for any business used to doing things ‘the old fashioned way’. According to Western Sydney bus company Westbus, introducing a Microsoft .NET s...
Multimedia lovers find themselves caught in a digital vise these days, as Hollywood tightens its copyright controls on movies, games, and music on DVDs and CDs--most recently squeezing customers accused of copyright infringement in court. But even we...
Windows users now have a place to go for legal music downloads.
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