Problems that researchers claim went unfixed in an Internet Explorer (IE) security patch released last Wednesday may expose a potential new vulnerability, a Microsoft official said last Friday.
After a long and torrid courtship, Bertelsmann AG said Friday that it has agreed to purchase Napster for US$8 million, and is reinstating Konrad Hilbers at the helm of the troubled song-swapping service.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Association (ACCC) took the heat off Telstra Thursday by revoking the Competition Notice it issued to the telecommunications giant late last year.
Hotmail users can now get a better look at their personal account settings -- but some of the service's estimated 110 million active users may not like what they find.
Intel on Monday will bring integrated graphics to a wide range of PCs when it kicks off a family of chipsets that also includes high-speed peripheral support with USB (Universal Serial Bus) 2.0 technology.
The proliferation of mass-market ADSL products in Australia is set to get a boost with the introduction of another retail broadband in a box offering for less than $20.
Sold.com.au, the online auction subsidiary of Yahoo Australia and New Zealand, will host what the company claims will be the largest online auction of brand-name computer equipment in Australian history.
The budding Internet radio industry is squaring off against the recording industry, saying a proposed new fee for Webcasting music could run Web radio out of business.
A new patch designed to address six serious security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer doesn't fix all the problems it purports to, according to security researchers.
Microsoft Corp. has released a patch to fix six vulnerabilities, three of which are ranked "critical," that have shown up in its Internet Explorer (IE) browser software.
Dell Computer Corp. Thursday reported a slight decline in net income for its first fiscal quarter, but managed to inch ahead of expectations thanks to what it characterized as strong sales of servers, workstations and storage gear to corporate custom...
A Japanese researcher has demonstrated that some biometric fingerprint readers can often be fooled into granting access to unauthorized users with a few dollars of household supplies and a little ingenuity.
A U.S. federal judge has denied Microsoft Corp.'s request for reconsideration on a ruling that, if granted, would have barred upstart Linux vendor Lindows.com Inc. from using the name Lindows, citing Microsoft's own evidence as a reason for his decis...
Chip makers Infineon Technologies AG and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) are creating a new company with DuPont Photomasks Inc. in a move to stay at the forefront of semiconductor development, the companies said Thursday.
Opera Software ASA on Wednesday released the final version of its Opera 6.0 for Linux browser.
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