Information commissioner Richard Thomas says the government and private sector must realise that more databases mean more data breaches
All five FCC commissioners may vote for white spaces. From left: Tate, Copps, Martin, Adelstein, McDowell.
In a major development in RIAA litigation, Prof. Charles Neeson of Harvard Law School is charging that the RIAA's tactics are an abuse of federal process and that the law on which the litgation rests -- the Digital Theft Deterrence and Copyright Damages Improvement Act of 1999 -- is unconstitutional.
£29m contract - more than just an apple for the teacher
Audience, 000Minutes perVisitorTotal Audience Asia-Pacific389,5931,156.9Games199,08186.8QQ.COM Games44,13146.5Yahoo! Games20,21134.54399.COM20,05937.9Nexon Corporation18,69429.017173.COM16,67121.2SDO.COM15,45115.0Spil Games14,91131.9SINA Games14,78010.69WEE.COM10,46028.452PK.COM8,4345.2Source: comScore
HP's first netbook, the 2133 Mini-note, was a favorite of reviewers because of its attractive aluminum design and great keyboard. So it's no surprise the follow-on, the Mini 1000, which HP announced earlier today, received extensive reviews coverage.
Sharing tech is a viable option for small companies that can't afford to invest in the solutions they need. By teaming up with other companies, they can get access to otherwise out-of-reach resources.
If you're one of these people who feel that Apple products are overprice, then you need to take a look at the price that Psystar is charging for upgrades to its OpenPro line.
At the Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles, I've heard a few long-time Microsoft watchers wondering aloud whether Microsoft's newly unveiled "Azure" isn't simply Microsoft taking another run at "Hailstorm." I had a chance to ask Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's Chief Software Architect, that very question at the PDC.
Starting Nov. 1, three appointed service providers will make available computing services over the grid to businesses in Singapore and the region.
Regulators delay deployment
What's scary this Halloween - or anytime? Putting your personal and business computing continuity at risk. With the inexpensive data resiliency and backup solutions available, you don't need to be the victim of a bad horror movie.
Alcatel-Lucent and SingTel partner in Singapore to offer a product that gives companies remote control over a laptop's security, even if it goes missing.
As Peter Judge has pointed out in his blog, tomorrow's Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) release is certainly not focused exclusively on improvements for mobile computing.
IDC still predicts 17% growth for search and discovery software in 2008 and 12.9% growth for 2009. This is down from the 28% growth we saw in 2007, but certainly a healthy increase, according to IDC.
That was the warning from security guru and BT chief security office Bruce Schneier who said that in five years or so, people won't have to worry about ID cards anymore.Not because libertarians will triumph and prevent the technology from being developed, but because ID checks will happen in the background without us even realising.
Science gets SAS-y
Back in May AT&T started then stopped offering free Wi-Fi (several times) to iPhone subscribers at its corporately owned hotspots across the U.S.
30% of people in these professions own PDAs, more than twice as many as the national average of 13%. 66% of professionals, managers and executives own laptops, significantly more than employed Americans in any other field of work. The semi-skilled workers can be found on the other side of the gadget ownership spectrum. They are [...]