Spam is again on the rise, led by a flood of junk images that spammers have crafted over the past few months to trick email filters, according to security vendors.
Google plans to begin testing publicly this week its much-awaited GBuy service, letting users and company-watchers finally see how the company plans to attack the online payments market, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft is hoping to fire up a community of developers on a code-sharing forum the company has been testing since May but has now offvialy rolled out.
Google will try to convince a judge on Friday to dismiss a lawsuit that challenges the heart of the company's business: its methods for indexing and ranking Web pages.
Reader's Digest Australia is replacing its mainframe-based workflow systems with a new Web-based .Net platform.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), backed by a group of online leaders, released a document on Tuesday describing best practices for developing Web pages that can be displayed properly on small, mobile devices.
Free software campaigner Richard Stallman said French youth should protest against a draft law on copyright that will be voted on Friday.
Kaspersky Lab has released important details of the inner workings of the nasty Gpcode.ag "ransom" Trojan that appeared in early June.
Responding to pressure from irked Windows users, Microsoft on Tuesday released an updated version of its antipiracy program that changes the frequency with which the program checks for pirated or counterfeit copies of its client operating system.
A Sun Microsystems executive said Tuesday said the company is "months" away from releasing its trademark Java programming language under an open-source license.
In an unprecedented move, Microsoft is allowing users to test the next version of Office online without having to download software.
Optus and the Macquarie Radio Network (MRN) have announced an agreement to offer radio on demand services to more than six million Optus mobile customers.
Nearly one-fifth of all notebook PCs will break down over their lifetime, needing a new hardware component to fix the failure, a study reveals.
In another blow to the supremacy of Microsoft's Office franchise, Belgium on Friday became the second governmental body to approve the use of the OpenDocument format as a way to exchange government documents.
The airport check-in desk could be where "desktop" Linux usage takes off, according to Unisys's European coordinator of open-source software activities.
Whether it’s consumer or enterprise security there is one bottom line: there is no point in cutting corners when it comes to security.
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