Symantec's buying spree is showing no signs of slacking in 2006. The software vendor announced plans on Tuesday to purchase IMlogic, a provider of enterprise software for instant messaging clients.
Google has confirmed it is investigating a Trojan horse that replaces its AdSense advertisements with fake ones hawking pornography and gambling sites, among others.
The fuzzy picture surrounding the launch of two competing high-definition video-disc formats should come into focus this week as supporters of both systems show their latest prototypes and disclose further launch plans at the International Consumer E...
The inventors of MP3 are taking portable music listening one step further with the introduction of two surround sound enhancements.
Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has signed a five-year, US$75 million patent license agreement with Rambus, the technology licensing company announced Tuesday. Under the terms of the deal, Rambus will provide AMD with a license to Rambus pate...
Some security researchers are advising Windows users to rush to install an unofficial patch to fix a vulnerability in the way the OS renders graphics files, but Microsoft wants customers to wait another week for its official security update, it annou...
Information theft scammers are increasingly spoofing SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates in a bid to fool Web users, Netcraft reports.
Users of the Windows OS should install an unofficial security patch now, without waiting for Microsoft to make its move, security researchers at The SANS Institute's Internet Storm Center (ISC) advised on Sunday.
It's big, bustling and brings together more than 100,000 people and 300 companies for four days in the middle of the desert. The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off in Las Vegas on Jan. 5 and this time it's all about high-definiti...
The PC market has a somewhat unfair reputation as the mature, staid sector of IT. True, the basic PC is over 20 years old and no longer has the buzz factor of generated by Internet companies like Google, but some of the most fascinating, controversia...
Fully-patched systems running Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 can be successfully attacked by malicious hackers, various security firms warned Tuesday and Wednesday.
NAND flash memory chips have already made a huge impact on global electronics devices. Without them, there would probably be no iPod revolution, and MP3s would still be burned onto CDs. Computers would still require 2.5-inch floppy drives, since ther...
MSN Messenger users who may think they're getting a sneak peak at the latest version of Microsoft's instant messaging client are in for a nasty surprise, a Finnish security firm warned Tuesday. A variation of the Virkel instant messaging virus has be...
A library near Tokyo is set to become the first in Japan to employ palm-vein biometrics as a substitute for conventional library cards, system vendor Fujitsu said last week.
Pioneer plans to unveil at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) its first Blu-ray Disc format optical disc drive for personal computers, it said Tuesday. The drive will be go on sale in Japan at the end of January pending the completion ...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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