Google trails in Asian markets

Google's dominance may seem unassailable in North America, but it's the search giant that is playing catch-up in Asia, according to new survey results released Sunday.

Google to buy Postini for US$625 million

Google has agreed to buy messaging security company Postini for US$625 million, a move intended to increase the appeal of Google's hosted software applications among big businesses, the companies announced Monday.

China claims Motorola, Nokia batteries explode

As investigations continued into the death a 22-year-old Chinese man whose cell phone exploded, Chinese authorities have found batteries that may blow up when used in Motorola and Nokia cell phones, news reports said Friday.

New Web metric likely to hurt Google, help YouTube

In a nod to the success of emerging Web 2.0 technologies like AJAX and streaming media, one of the country's largest Internet benchmarking companies will no longer use page views as its primary metric for comparing sites.

Sony dropping PS3 price by US$100 on July 12?

An unreleased US Circuit City promotional flier surfaced on Thursday showing a PS3 "price break" of $100 to US$499. One anonymous retailer confirmed the "retail-wide" price drop, however, Sony President Ryoji Chubachi denied the rumor on Friday.

Nortel plans wireless product line

Nortel plans to deliver its own set of 802.11n wireless LAN products later in 2008, as part of a strategy to package a range of data and voice products to create wholly wireless office environments.

Security warning flags for newer wireless technology

RSA, the security division of EMC, has completed its annual wireless survey, and the news is mixed. Wireless adoption is moving briskly in the post-WEP era, with advanced encryption gaining ground, yet there have been some minor setbacks. There are a...

Diagnosing the health of the Internet

Real-time maps showing the "health" of the Internet, including its speed, traffic numbers and the rate of attacks, are now freely available to the public from <a href=""target="_blank">Akamai</a>, which operates a distr...

New Norton security software betas available

Symantec Thursday released public betas of its <a href=""target="_blank">Norton Antivirus 2008</a> and <a href="

Websense targets SMBs

Websense is on the hunt for a fresh batch of resellers following the release of its SMB content filtering and Internet security software suite.

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