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Opening today in Dubai, a U.N. conference will become the battle ground for opposing sides to argue over new Internet regulation proposals -- Google joins the fray.
Forensic analytics cannot completely eradicate security issues but can help companies better understand their security risks, which is key to a comprehensive security strategy.
A Mexican court has ordered Yahoo to pay $2.7 billion over allegations of contract breaches and lost profits.
The instant messaging client is set to lose interoperability with Windows Live Messenger, along with its Chat Rooms, Pingbox and paid-for VoIP features.
Microsoft has won £3.6 million ($5.7m) in a Chinese court case in the latest crackdown on copyright infringers.
Mitsubishi is finally dropping its line of DLP displays as part of a company restructuring effort.
According to web monitoring firm Renesys, 'the restoration was achieved just as quickly and neatly as the outage'. However, it may be too early to tell for sure what precisely caused the cutoff on Thursday.
Google's operating system is installed on almost three quarters of all mobile devices sold, and these devices are now outselling PCs. But is market dominance where the similarities end?
Activists say government officials should focus on actual duties and not spend time monitoring social media as recommended by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
NAB's new social-media command centre is nestled within the bank's training academy in Melbourne, houses seven staff, and now offers week-long social-media customer support.
Low uptake of paid in-flight internet access to blame.
Vulnerabilities that could bring down online databases all over the internet have been discovered over the weekend, prompting developers to scramble to respond.
Following iFixit's recent disassembly of the new 21.5-inch iMac, most commentary has focused on questions of where the unit was manufactured, perhaps in the U.S. However, there were other interesting hardware bits in the story.
Australia's third-largest ISP iiNet has said that Australia's copyright law is creating uncertainty for ISPs seeking to reduce the costs of operating networks.
NAND flash is a wearing resource - like tires on a car - which creates many problems for high duty cycle storage. But a Taiwanese manufacturer demonstrates how to overcome that limit. Will it fly in the marketplace?
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