The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) today released a joint report titled Communications Infrastructure and Services Availability in Australia 2006-07.
Israeli researchers have created a topographical map of the Internet by enlisting more than 5,600 volunteers across 97 countries who agreed to download a program that tracks how Internet nodes interact with each other.
Symantec's attempt to make amends with Chinese users who saw their computers crippled by its antivirus software is off to a rocky start, with critics saying the company's compensation offer isn't good enough.
As Sun Microsystems prepares to demonstrate a new high-performance computer Tuesday at a technology conference in Germany, it hopes that quad-core processors from Advanced Micro Devices that will power the computer arrive on time to deliver one of th...
Dell Tuesday launched its brand new range of consumer laptops. The Dell Inspiron range of portables comes in two widescreen flavors -- 15.4in and 17in -- and eight colors. The eight different chassis tones range from shocking pink, through bright yel...
As part of a major rebranding exercise, Dell Tuesday announced the Dell XPS M1330 Ultramobile notebook. Dell claims the XPS M1330 is the world's thinnest 13in laptop PC.
Dell Tuesday unveiled its new consumer desktop PC brand -- Inspiron. Two of the first products in Dell's Inspiron line are the Dell Inspiron 530 and 531 desktop systems.
Multiple hacker groups are using a "construction kit" supplied by the author of a Trojan horse program discovered last October to develop and unleash more dangerous variants of the original malware.
A Tacoma, Washington, family is claiming the mobile phones it uses have been taken over by hackers, who are turning them on at will, capturing conversations and manipulating the cell phone camera.
It may have taken enterprise customers years to get proper security tools in place to defend their PCs, but if large businesses drag their feet in aligning the applications necessary to protect their smartphones, they will pay a heavy price, says Sym...
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<a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/financial/microsoft.html">Microsoft</a> Tuesday released the next beta version of <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/051507-gates-longhorn-server-future.html">Windows Server 2008</a> that adds opt...
The annual technical conference for the open source KDE desktop project, known as aKademy, will have a special buzz this year as developers from around the world prepare the fourth-generation release which promises all the glitz of Windows Vista and ...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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