The number of keylogging applications exploded in 2005, soaring by 65% in 2005. 6,191 different keyloggers were tracked by iDefense in 2005, from the 3,753 keyloggers released in 2004.
The market for talent acquisition and staffing services demonstrated solid growth in 2004, and early indications reveal that this trend is continuing through 2005. Total market spending on recruiting and staffing services in 2004 grew 10.
With the availability of the new messaging choices, 10% of Western European SMS traffic will be cannibalized over the next 5 years. 6 bln messages of incremental traffic will raise messaging revenue to 25 bln euros in 2007, a 42% increase on 2002.
Research In Motion co-chief Jim Balsillie says Nokia's still committed to offering RIM's e-mail service over its devices.
Security firm reports Web sites intended to exploit a flaw in a Sony program designed to remedy security problems in copy-protected CDs.
IT budgets are rising for nearly half of those who responded to Tech Pro Research's latest survey. It also turns out that developing regions are devoting more of their overall corporate budgets to...
Sam Goody is the first retail chain to install high-tech ad displays nationwide.
At least that's what one adware company says. The announcement of TRUSTe's new certification program has been all over the tech news today, so I'm not going to repeat all the details.
“We’re creating a country where people outsource their intellect to other countries, expecting the Indians, for example, to do all hard work while they sit at home and watch TV on broadband.” That’s what Esther Dyson, CNET's Release 1.
Pact with cable industry means PCs with Media Center features could display high-definition cable the 2006 holiday season.
MIT's Nicholas Negroponte and U.N.'s Kofi Annan announce details of hand-cranked laptop for kids in developing world.
For the last four days my family and I have been in hell. Those who don't have pets can skip to another feed.
Nokia will acquire wireless specialist Intellisync as it tries to be the one-stop shop for corporate mobility.
Fearing piracy, they're reluctant to rewrite laws so people can, for legal purposes, bypass copy protection on goods like CDs.
Numerous instances of severe weather have impacted companies and their personnel as of late, with disastrous results. This includes hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards and earthquakes. In addition,...
Michael Parekh wrote an interesting post outlining why he thinks Google Base is a milestone for the Internet. The gist of it is: "With Google Base, the company now POTENTIALLY has a human-powered directory of it's own, that can supplement results to it's core search engine.
At the TechNet Innovation Summit in San Jose I talked to John Doerr, the legendary venture capitalist (Netscape, Amazon, Google, etc.) from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, about what Web 2.
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