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Proposed amendments to the Computer Misuse Act will give the government powers to order preemptive measures against planned attacks against critical national infrastructure.
Whether the wars they fought were right or wrong, these men and women stood up, put their fellow citizens first, and put their lives on the line.
The companies, which are just two of the many US companies that avoid paying full UK corporation tax through intricate international arrangements, will be questioned by the Public Accounts Committee on Monday.
Region has most potential due to rich media and smart devices penetration, but many hurdles still need to be overcome before technology fulfills potential.
Just over two weeks since the Surface RT launched -- dogged with delivery troubles, peeling accessories, and even vulnerable to early critical security flaws -- Microsoft's boss says sales are off to a "modest" start.
The 28-year-old had planned to use the photographs and video of the hack last year to promote the DoS prevention services of his firm, Pacswitch Globe Telecom.
A 19-year-old man from Aylesham has been pulled in by Kent Police on Remembrance Day over a Facebook posting apparently showing a picture of a burning poppy, with an accompanying offensive message.
Thanks to an embellished statement by Apple following a U.K. court order, the iPhone and iPad must now pay Samsung's legal fees as a result of its deliberate faux pas.
Not every phonemaker will need control over their chip design and manufacturing processes, but such capabilities will become increasingly vital for those looking to lead the pack.
Here's a question for you about Windows RT and Surface -- if Outlook is so good, why are the built-in groupware apps so bad?
Country's head of intellectual property office says the Western media has deliberately ignored the government's efforts to combat piracy domestically, choosing instead to highlight the negatives.
According to recent reports by Bloomberg and other sites, Apple is looking to switch from Intel to ARM processors for Macs. These stories misread the standard jockeying between technology suppliers and customers in the industry.
The Victorian Supreme Court has awarded a man AU$200,000 in damages after he sued the search giant for defamation.
Previously only available through post-paid plans, Optus has now opened up its 4G network to prepaid customers.
Optus has announced its first investment funding for Australian start-ups, with 121cast and Venuemob the first two to secure funding from the SingTel company.
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