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A bank in the US has notified an unspecified number of its 3 million customers of a recent data breach involving the potential compromise of their personal data.

Engineers tackle big waits for big files

Storing large project files separately in its 20 offices worked fine for environmental engineering firm GEI Consultants until employees with different specialties had to start collaborating on jobs.

E-mail flaw comes back from the dead in Leopard

A serious security flaw in Apple Mail, patched more than a year ago in "Tiger," also known as Mac OS X 10.4, has reared its head again in the latest version of the operating system, according to Heise Security.

OLPC asked to free XO laptop

As commercial sales of One Laptop Per Child's XO laptop close on Monday, a user tracking the nonprofit effort said continued commercial availability of the laptop could benefit OLPC's nonprofit effort, the XO manufacturer and children using it as a l...

Adam Internet joins the Naked DSL fray

With its stoush with Telstra nearing to completion, South Australian Internet Service Provider, Adam Internet, is readying to launch its ULL broadband or 'naked DSL' service to the marketplace.

Verizon tests 100Gbps network

Verizon took its 100Gbps optical network</a> out for a test spin last week by transmitting a live video feed for over 312 miles from Tampa to Miami.

Database training now an Open Query

As one of the early employees at global open source database company MySQL AB, Arjen Lentz has moved on and started Open Query to bring open source database training to the masses.

Ecma receives 3,522 comments on Open XML standards bid

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