Company out to patent innovations that precede its existence...
Apple sure knows how to keep itself on the front pages. The IT world is buzzing with news of their impending shift to Intel chips.
From the giant Supercomm telephony trade show in Chicago, colleague Ben Charny reports today on concerns about a VoIP flavor of pharming. It's DNS cache poisoning, pure and simple.
Internet security services and solutions provider SurfControl is out with a six-point guideline to help enterprise users safeguard security threats posed by desktop VoIP usage.Here's my edit-for-relevance of SurfControl's wise counsel:Create and enforce an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for Desktop VoIP.
"A lot of developing country governments don’t know much about the Internet. We see the government of India picking up one of our papers, then saying ‘We’ve got to preserve the end to end principle.’ which means they’re reading it."
Sony Ericsson's K300i is an easy to use, inexpensive phone with a modest range of features including a VGA camera, infrared port and a media player. Read our Australian review to find out more.
Sony Ericsson's Z800i takes 3G clamshells to the next level with a 1.3 megapixel rotating camera, Bluetooth, MP3 playback and a Memory Stick Duo slot for up to 1GB of storage.
Asia-Pacific leaders are set to discuss measures to improve the security of information technology systems governing critical infrastructure such as water, electricity and airports, following the meeting of a regional telecommunications committee.
Mirroring a trend in the United States, the browser continues to grow across Europe, but more slowly than it had.
Quality control and quality assurance are important concepts, yet most project managers have only a vague understanding of the meanings and the differences between these terms.
The Debian Project has finally released a long-anticipated new version of its widely-used Linux distribution.In a statement, project leaders said standout improvements in the distribution included improved installation routines and software selection tools, as well as integrated cryptography and the first-time inclusion of Sun Microsystem's OpenOffice.
commentary The IT industry can benefit from user groups, particularly one formed recently by CIOs whose collective voices could make it a powerful and influential IT lobby group in Australia.
update Australian search engine company Ansearch plans to expand its operations into the United States and United Kingdom within six months.The company is customising its existing search engine for those markets, and has made beta versions of the overseas versions available online.
We have all heard the phrase "IT needs to align with the business" but what does it actually mean, and how are businesses achieving it?
Just when you thought the Rambus lawsuits might be coming to a close, the memory designer has filed a suit against Samsung.
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