A flaw in the Netfilter firewall component of various versions of the Linux kernel could put systems running the open-source operating system at risk, experts warned this week.
About 1 million Web sites are vulnerable to attack through recently discovered flaws in the popular PHP (Personal Home Page) scripting language, Web server information firm Netcraft said Friday.
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Intel was once the leading advocate for RDRAM (Rambus Dynamic RAM), but on Friday its executives declined to confirm whether its future chipsets would support the high-speed memory interface technology, saying Rambus is not the current first choice o...
The first major pack of fixes and updates for Microsoft's Windows XP operating system is set to be released during the second half of the year, a Microsoft product manager said Thursday.
A blanket that monitors your baby's heart rate, a farm crop that requests additional water, a swimming pool that calls for help. All of these fantastic-sounding products will share a common bond: They'll all have Intel inside.
Chinese technology firm Great Wall Technology will begin manufacturing IBM's new hard disk drives for the global market, and will also market them under its own brand name in a deal expected to heighten Big Blue's presence in China, the companies sai...
Institutional investor advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. (ISS) has postponed until early next week a report expected to significantly influence shareholder voting on Hewlett-Packard Co.'s planned acquisition of Compaq Computer Cor...
Hackers could exploit vulnerabilities in the open source scripting language PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) to execute arbitrary code on Web servers running PHP, security experts said on Wednesday.
The next speed jump for recordable and rewritable DVD drives is expected to come as early as May this year now that two Japanese companies have completed development of components crucial for faster drives.
Telstra today announced details of a $50 million stimulus package for the Australian broadband market and called on industry to invest in the initiative.
Narrowing the performance gap between desktop and notebook computers, Intel Corp. next week will unveil the Pentium 4 processor for notebook computers.
Revitalizing the close relationship between the software giant and the world's largest chip maker, Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday gave word that the company would begin working with Intel to optimize Microsoft's Windows CE.Net operating system to take ...
Any old whiteboard can be turned into a state-of-the-art digital system with the launch of the eBeam System 3, according to its maker, Electronics for Imaging.
Shaking off an industry-wide slump in the semiconductor market, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) is on track to meet expectations for the current quarter and will keep up with technology advances made by its fiercest competitor, Intel Corp., accordi...
A hearing in Boston federal court Wednesday adjourned an hour earlier than expected when District Court Judge Patti B. Saris urged MySQL AB and Progress Software Corp. to reach a settlement instead of having her issue a preliminary injunction in a la...
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