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Sun is shipping xVM Ops Center, a data center automation console compatible with Linux- and Solaris-based x86 and SPARC environments.
After cracking the encryption system that protected DVDs in order to play the discs he had bought on a PC running Linux, Jon Lech Johansen has his sights set on liberating other audiovisual content from the format in which it is sold.
BBC TV programs such as Life on Mars, Torchwood, Spooks and Little Britain have been made available for download from digital store iTunes.
The UK government is considering cutting off Internet access for web users who illegally download music, movies and other digital media.
A British company has developed an intelligent security technology that can wipe data if a laptop is moved from its designated space.
The WordPress.com blog-hosting service suffered a denial-of-service (DoS) attack that began Saturday and was still preventing users from logging in or posting to their blogs on Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard reported solid financial results for its fiscal first quarter, driven by growth in PCs and enterprise hardware. The results prompted HP to raise its forecast for the year ahead.
The Russian Business Network, a notorious hacker and malware hosting network, runs a protection racket that extorts as much as US$2000 a month in fees for "protective Web services" from borderline sites, a researcher alleged.
Intel unveiled its latest gaming and high-end computing platform, which includes two quad-core processors and graphic cards.
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