Panda Software Wednesday unveiled a service that lets banks and online merchants scan a consumer's PC in memory for a few seconds to determine if resident malware could pose a threat to the e-commerce exchange.
IBM/Lotus Tuesday took on more partners for what is shaping up to be a battle between major players to supply unified communications clients and infrastructure to corporate users.
IBM/Lotus will crank up its Sametime lineup this year with two new editions -- plus the company is playing with next-generation features to see where it might take the platform.
Research in Motion Wednesday announced it will support IBM Lotus Connections on its BlackBerry smart phones, giving users access to the new social software for business.
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Nanotechnology researchers have built the darkest material ever made by man.
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Cisco this week enhanced its LAN switches with expanded support for wireless, 10G Ethernet and Power over Ethernet.
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Asian consumers aren't yet buying digital music to pack their iPods with sprawling collections of music, but they are splashing out on digital music in the form of mobile ringtones and ringback tones.
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A free online version of the PC game Battlefield Heroes is to be released by Electronic Arts (EA). Supported by adverts and micro payments, the game will be available online later this year, and will not be sold in shops. However, the download will o...
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