Microsoft warned of a critical security flaw Wednesday that affects all supported versions of its Windows operating system and could enable a remote attacker to run malicious code on unpatched Windows systems.
That New Zealand got a supercomputer up and running in November, just weeks after the parts arrived in New Zealand, is testimony to the number eight wire mentality.
NEC, the Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan (TAO), and Japan Science and Technology have tested a quantum cryptography system with a distance between transmitter and receiver of over 100 kilometers for the first time, the companies ...
Via Technologies is getting into the mobile computing market with the introduction of a low-power processor designed for use in slim and light notebooks.
Intel plans to bolster its optical networking processor lineup with the purchase of West Bay Semiconductor, the company announced Tuesday.
Telstra has blamed the introduction of a new technology regime for a drop in its fault repair performance in the March quarter.
HP has released three new colour inkjet printers aimed at low-volume users and home offices.
Open source software has gained another foothold in the business PC market following Acer’s announcement that it will begin offering the Linux operating system across a select range of its commercial desktop platforms.
A woman who mistakenly boarded a Qantas flight in Los Angeles, believing the flight was heading for Hong Kong, arrived in Melbourne because of an out-of-service computerised boarding system
A graphical test and measurement (T&M) solution for Visual Studio .Net is now available locally to software developers.
A weekend competition to test the skills of malicious hackers fell apart after poor planning by contest organizers and infighting among different hacker groups crippled the Web site responsible for keeping score in the competition.
Consumers are delaying hardware purchases because of their confusion over PC terminology, according to the results of a survey conducted by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) released Monday.
New Zealand's latest second level domain (2LD) .geek.nz has passed its final hurdle, being voted in by the council of InternetNZ on Friday.
In an effort to provide .Net developers with a virtual collaborative community environment, Microsoft took the sheet off GotDotNet Workspaces 1.0 last week.
The use of physical copyright protection technology on compact discs has again created controversy – this time creating headaches for retailers and customers of a PC game distributed in Australia by Atari.
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