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Security researchers have discovered the Chameleon botnet, which is delivering fraudulent clicks and display ad mouse rollovers.
Analysts are optimistic largely because Oracle has ramped its selling machine and believe that Fusion is resonating with customers.
A financier has been charged in connection to pre-IPO Facebook fraud.
The Internet giant is reportedly in talks to to buy as much as a 75 percent stake in the video-streaming site, which will give it a bigger foothold in that space outside the United States.
An online attack by a group called "Whois Team" downed servers belonging to three South Korean TV broadcasters and two banks, and police are still investigating the incident amid speculation North Korea may be involved.
Google's high-speed Internet service is ready to go in a second location.
Greatly increases the chances that motorists will see cyclists and avoid crumpling them. Not the first, but is it the best? Company behind it is raising "crowdfunding."
Among the most notable moves by Nvidia was the launch of its GRID Visual Computing Appliance, which starts at $24,900 and has an annual software license of $2,400.
The telco wants to "improve" its data pricing model to improve correlation between traffic growth and earnings, and focus more on customer retention versus acquisition.
Apple's handling of document discovery in court has landed the tech giant in hot water.
UPDATED: Despite a strong hold of the worldwide public sector market, the UK government doesn't believe the latest BlackBerry 10 software is safe enough for secure communications. For now, the only modern day smartphone capable of government use in the UK is the iPhone.
Low cost Android and new Windows tablets are expected to help bolster the Taiwanese PC maker's business, after its preliminary 2012 financial results showed a 9.6 percent on-year drop.
With new innovations popping up each day, it's hard to tell which gadget in your house may have an adverse impact on your health or on the environment around you.
Telstra has signed a memorandum of understanding with SubPartners for capacity on a new Perth to Singapore subsea cable.
You were likely pinged at some point last year by an illegal and secretive botnet that acted as the world's largest port scanner and, as part of an internet census, found 1.2 million devices that failed to change their default passwords.