Here’s a top 10 list computer users would rather avoid -- antivirus software maker Sophos PLC has reported its most frequently occurring viruses and hoaxes for 2002.
A new variant of the Yaha computer virus which emerged Dec. 21 and was detected on thousands of PCs over the holiday season appears to be making a gradual retreat but is still ranked as a "medium risk" by security software vendors.
A U.S. District Court judge's plan to force Microsoft to ship the most recent version of Java software with Windows desktop operating systems may revive Java development and help its rival, Sun Microsystems, battle .Net.
The donor for a hacking project aimed at bringing the open source Linux operating system (OS) to Microsoft's Xbox gaming console was revealed last week to be Lindows.com Inc. founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Michael Robertson.
The New Year is often a time to make a new start. Unfortunately, that includes viruses, worms, adware, spyware, and all the threats that pose a risk to your PC. In 2003, you have plenty to worry about, and experts warn, those threats aren't always wh...
It's a new year for Apple Computer, but the company is employing the same old tactics, remaining quiet about possible product announcements on tap for the Macworld Conference and Expo opening Monday in San Francisco.
A new variant of a recently discovered worm is showing a significant rise in its infection rate, according to U.K.-based MessageLabs Ltd.
Wait--don't open that digital holiday card! A seemingly harmless greeting could spread much more than joy this holiday season.
RealNetworks Inc. has released a software patch that it says finally fixes highly publicized security holes in its RealOne Player, according to a statement released by the company on Wednesday.
Two security alerts were issued Wednesday concerning vulnerabilities in Nullsoft Inc.'s WinAmp music player and Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system that can be exploited using corrupt audio files.
America Online Inc. (AOL) has recently acquired a U.S. patent for instant messaging (IM), potentially placing it in a position to edge out rival players and reap significant rewards from the booming chat market.
NSW schools and TAFE institutions will soon gain access to a new multi-million dollar high-speed broadband system, following the NSW Government’s announcement that it has awarded five telecommunications companies contracts to start work on the networ...
Sony Corp. and Nichia Corp., a Japanese developer of blue lasers, have reached a basic agreement to jointly commercialize blue laser diodes by the first quarter next year, they announced Wednesday.
Japan's two largest consumer electronics companies, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., better known as Panasonic, and Sony Corp. have begun joint development of a version of the Linux operating system for digital consumer electronics devices, t...
Aiming to lure new customers to its ADSL broadband service, Australian ISP TPG has released an exclusive broadband and PC hardware combination X-machine, complete with unlimited downloads for $699.
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