For the second time in five weeks, four major Internet companies are being sued for patent infringement lawsuit.
The case against alleged illegal file swapper Jammie Thomas goes to the jury Thursday. Thomas is accused of illegally distributing 1702 music files using the service Kazaa by the Recording Industry Association of America. The trade association is sui...
Over 390 'hot' iPods collectively valued in excess of $70, 000 wholesale may be hitting the streets after a break-in this week, warn Police.
When it comes to launching online attacks, criminals are getting more organized and branching out from the Windows operating system, eBay's security chief said this week.
Bose has updated its home entertainment product line in time for the Christmas buying period. Included amongst them is its first new acoustic audio product in 20 years - a set of speakers designed for home PCs.
Telstra claims its Next-G Network has already surpassed the coverage of its national CDMA network some four months ahead of its CDMA switch-off date which is set for January 28, 2008.
The Web site of one of China's Internet security organizations has been laced with malicious code.
Google's acquisition of e-mail security vendor Postini is paying off for Google Apps enterprise users, who are gaining access to extra security and compliance features.
Fans of '80s teen comedies know San Dimas as the Los Angeles suburb that's the hometown for the lovable dimwits of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.
A group of seven companies including Mozilla, Arm and MontaVista Software are hoping to grow the market for a relatively new device category that sits in between a smartphone and a laptop.
Microsoft will take another crack at blending social networking with digital music next month with the release of new Zune music players and a renewed campaign to promote song sharing.
For the second time in two months, Microsoft has rolled out fixes to improve Windows Vista's speed and reliability.
The Australian Government is giving the Royal Flying Doctor Service $2.7 million to help fund its eHealth program.
The Federal Government yesterday announced a further seven broadband providers have been approved under the $163 million Australian Broadband Guarantee.
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