Trend Micro has acquired Identum, an e-mail encryption software vendor based in Bristol, UK.
Fujitsu Monday upgraded its 2.5-in. SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) disk drive line with the addition of the new MHZ2 BT-series offering that offers up to 500GB storage capacity in a three-platter design.
Cisco is announcing a 40-core network processor Monday that seems designed to upgrade its CRS-1 core router, though the company isn't saying yet.
VMware unveiled three management tools ahead of VMworld, the European version of its user conference, which officially starts Tuesday.
A critical vulnerability in VMware's virtualization software for Windows lets attackers escape the "guest" operating system and modify or add files to the underlying "host" operating system, the company has acknowledged.
Microsoft will stop making external HD DVD drives for its Xbox 360 game console, but won't say whether it will offer a Blu-ray Disc drive instead.
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The head of Sony's in-house game studio and one of its longest serving executives, Phil Harrison, will resign from the company at the end of February, Sony Computer Entertainment said Monday.
The University of Newcastle has partnered with Telstra's Internet Service Provider (ISP) Bigpond to offer unmetered access to its Web site.
Melbourne based telco provider Blitz Telecom Australia Pty Ltd will seek public listing via reverse merger on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) following its acceptance of a $16.5 million takeover offer from Voltage IP Ltd.
Shadow communications minister Bruce Billson today called on the government to provide more detail on its $8 billion Fibre-to-the-Node (FttN) network.
Finder technology developed by a location-based services developer in Melbourne, Tenzeng, is being rolled out in seven countries across the globe.
Blu-ray Disc may have beaten out HD DVD as the high-definition optical disc format to replace DVDs, but it now faces a new test against Internet downloads, market researchers Gartner and iSuppli said.
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Hackers are actively exploiting an Internet Explorer plug-in that's widely used by Facebook and MySpace members with a multi-attack kit, a security company has warned.
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