A recent BBC investigation into the possible dangers of Wi-Fi radiation emissions in UK schools that aroused fear in sections of the British community is now raising similar concerns in Australia where uptake of wireless technology has been met with ...
Millions of documents, both government and private, containing sensitive and sometimes classified information are floating about freely on file sharing networks after being inadvertently exposed by individuals downloading P2P software on systems that...
Intel researchers are a step closer to creating chips that transmit data at high speeds using light instead of electrons, but products based on the technology appear to remain over the horizon.
Responding to concerns from privacy advocates and the public, Yahoo said Tuesday it will make user search data anonymous after 13 months.
The number of infected Web pages has soared nearly six-fold since the first of the year, according to security company Sophos.
Cisco introduced an appliance that lets servers be provisioned off storage on the network.
Cisco is beefing up its Wide-Area Application Services WAN-acceleration gear that improves branch-office application performance by adding encryption and better monitoring tools.
If you haven't yet developed a radio frequency identification (RFID) technology strategy, don't rush.
In a deal that boosts Microsoft's plan to increase revenue from online advertising, the company will be the exclusive provider of display and contextual advertising on the popular Digg news site.
The world's largest chipmaker has slashed prices on a handful of microprocessors after the company's battle to retake market share from rival, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), took a turn for the worse.
Virgin Mobile Australia has launched Virgin Broadband, a broadband Internet package which it says is geared for the average household.
A technical group working on the next generation of Ethernet has agreed to disagree and will now work on a single standard that covers both 40G bps (bit-per-second) and 100G bps speeds.
Digg.com Monday released new tools called Digg Widgets that are designed to make it easier to embed content from Digg on to other Web sites.
The software that police and enterprise security teams use to investigate wrongdoing on computers is not as secure as it should be, according to researchers with Isec Partners.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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