Tired of chunky CRT (cathode ray tube) monitors taking up space on their desks, users increasingly are turning to flat-panel LCDs (liquid crystal display) instead, according to a study released Thursday.
Vulnerabilities exist in two Windows Media products that can allow an attacker to take over a media server or view a user's media library, Microsoft Corp. warned Wednesday.
A second opposition attempt to force a Senate committee inquiry into the state of Australian broadband competition passed through the upper house today after two new terms of reference were added to the original proposition.
The federal government today introduced laws into Parliament to pave the way for the full privatisation of Telstra.
Labor has accused Telstra of employing standover tactics against consumers wishing to change from its broadband service to those provided by other ISPs across its wholesale network.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) will soon begin gathering evidence for use in what could be "thousands of lawsuits" against individual music file swappers, the organization said Wednesday.
Microsoft is giving US$1.7 million in cash grants to universities worldwide for projects with Windows CE .Net and Windows XP Embedded, the company said Tuesday.
A former Microsoft employee was arrested Monday for allegedly ordering software using Microsoft's internal purchasing system and selling it for personal gain.
Seventeen high-tech and consumer electronics companies have banded together to develop standards that should make it easier for home users to share digital content between their PCs, televisions, stereos and other equipment in the home.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has issued a report which it hopes will help governments address cross-border fraud, particularly fraud carried out over the Internet and telecommunications channels.
It's shaping up to be a bad week for antivirus software company Symantec, after researchers raised alarms about security holes and buggy code in two of the company's products.
In a move that reshapes Via Technologies's motherboard product strategy, the company has stopped selling Pentium 4 motherboards, a company executive confirmed.
Microsoft's controversial Palladium security initiative's ability to kill off the antivirus industry by eliminating vulnerabilities lies within the same realm of probability as a collision between the earth and the moon.
Yes, the world’s wealthiest man also gets unwanted commercial e-mail offering help to get out of debt or get rich quick. "It’s ridiculous," Bill Gates wrote in an e-mail message sent Tuesday.
Sharman Networks Ltd. launched an update to its popular file-swapping Kazaa Media Desktop software Tuesday, promising an improved interface, better search options, plus a new program that rewards users willing to share their PC with the network.
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