A recent update to Trend Micro's eManager e-mail security product did more than block spam e-mail -- it took aim at the letter "p," blocking all e-mail messages containing the popular consonant.
The last few weeks have seen the age of "power phones" come a little bit closer. Last week, Nokia announced it would start producing more powerful CDMA chip sets in conjunction with Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics.
Project Mono, an effort to create an open source version of the Microsoft Corp. .Net Framework, expects to release version 1.0 of its software this year, probably in the fourth quarter.
Bookish researchers at Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) Labs in Bristol, England, are working on an experimental e-book that allows users to flick through pages just as they would reading real books, magazines and newspapers.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE) has approved a new and final draft standard for 802.11g wireless LANs that will have a true throughput for Internet-type connections of between 10M and 20Mbit/sec., far lower than 54Mb...
Microsoft Corp. has inked a deal with online retailer Amazon.com Inc., whereby it will provide its Windows Media Services 9 Series to enable song sampling to Amazon's online shoppers.
Australia's high-tech crime centre is set to open officially in July following a meeting of Police commissioners in Melbourne last week.
Inkjet and printer toner cartridges have joined the ranks of counterfeit Rolex wristwatches and fake Nike sneakers. Canon, Epson, Lexmark, and other leading ink makers are battling a rise in counterfeiters that are selling phony ink packaged as the r...
Italian police have seized at least two Psion PLC PDAs (personal digital assistants) from members of the Red Brigades terrorist organization but the major investigative breakthrough they were hoping for as a result of the information contained on the...
Antispam legislation expected to be introduced in Australia next year will do little to assist IT managers in coping with a burgeoning problem that threatens legal liability for companies who fail to protect users from unsuitable content.
Intel has notified hardware developers that it placed two chipsets based on memory technology from Rambus Inc. on a product discontinuance schedule, setting a date for the end of Intel's association with Rambus' current memory technology.
ASX-listed Multiemedia has launched a two-way satellite broadband service, pulling together a syndicate of mostly US-based wireless specialists for hardware, software and billing systems.
WinZip 9.0, from the market leader among file-compression utilities, has entered public beta with scheduled release later this year, bringing with it a new .zip format - which means some of its functions will not be compatible with earlier versions o...
Fingerprint access systems are currently being trialled at a number of Australian sites including the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Ernst & Young and TAFE.
Coles Myer has acquired online grocery retailer Shopfast in a deal that will make it Australia’s largest online food retailer.
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