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Nimda worms slows, some see continued spread

Despite a splashy entrance and a comprehensive set of attacks, the Nimda worm that spread quickly across the Internet Tuesday has slowed its pace Wednesday and is no longer substantially affecting network traffic, according to a number of Internet mo...

US ATTACK: companies offer tech help, equipment

Various IT companies are donating technical assistance and equipment to businesses affected by last week's terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon near Washington, D.C.

Nimda worm wriggles throughout Asia

Most of Asia has been put on worm alert as W32.Nimda, a mass-mailing worm, greeted users Wednesday morning by infecting their address books, computers and servers.

US ATTACK: Hacker cracks Islamist mailing list

A hacker has cracked a German-based Islamist Web site, publishing on the Web hundreds of e-mail addresses of subscribers to its mailing list, including one of a suspect in last week's terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York.

Dell readies new workstation

Dell Computer Corp. started shipping a new workstation Tuesday, offering customers working with complex financial applications or graphics intensive programs a small but powerful system.

Red Hat reports loss, revenue slips

Linux software maker Red Hat Inc. Tuesday reported a break-even quarter in terms of adjusted earnings per share as revenue slipped 15 percent from the same quarter a year ago in the midst of a slower market for corporate software.

Toshiba to roll out Bluetooth notebooks

Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. is set for a Thursday roll out of two notebooks with integrated Bluetooth capabilities aimed at traveling business users.

Volatile new worm poses serious threat

A new worm that can infect all 32-bit Windows computers and propagates using multiple methods has spread across the world Tuesday morning, according to Roger Thompson, technical director of malicious code at TruSecure Corp.

US ATTACK: Tech firms help NY rebuild

When Mike Lackey sent an e-mail message Wednesday night to technology companies around the world asking them to donate any PCs, technical equipment, and expertise they could spare for New York City companies devastated by Tuesday's terrorist attack, ...

US ATTACK: U.K. asks ISPs, telcos to retain data

Shortly after the terrorist attacks in the U.S. last Tuesday, the U.K. government sent out a request to all U.K.-based ISPs (Internet service providers) and telecommunication companies to retain all communications-traffic data for the next month

US ATTACK: Apple Expo show in Paris cancelled

The European showcase for all things Apple has fallen victim to last week's terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York. Apple Expo, which was to have taken place in Paris Sept. 26-30, is cancelled.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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The screen was particularly good. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located.

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