A proposed law that would overturn one of the principles of the Data Protection Act has been criticised by a prominent peer.Merlin, Earl of Erroll, told ZDNet UK that changes to data law brought in by the Coroners and Justice Bill would mean people could "suffer".
Accurately more nano than the iPod Nano, a radio built out of a single carbon nanotube that detects and plays songs was singled out in the latest issue of Scientific American as one of the first truly functional nanoscale devices that has a "measurable effect on the larger, macroscale world.
ZManda on Monday launched cloud computing-based backup and recovery software for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).ZMands Cloud Backup (ZCB) is designed to be easy to configure and use, the company said, and will provide backup and recovery for Microsoft Exchange and SQL Servers, based applications.
Collaboration has a nice ring for Nokia and Microsoft
The telecoms company pulls together manufacturers and developers in an attempt to steer the creation of 4G wireless devices, applications and content
Researchers at TrendMicro have detected a targeted malware attack exploiting last week's patched critical MS09-002 vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 7. Upon opening the spammed Microsoft office document, vulnerable users are automatically forwarded to a Chinese live exploit site which still remains active.
Video games can benefit companies by giving employees a recreational outlet to build cooperation and morale. But they can also create problems if misused. This policy will help you establish the ground...
By 2012 it's just got to be micro USB...
Mobile-industry leaders agree to use Micro-USB as a single standard for phone chargers, promising to reduce the number of chargers shipped and the number needed by users to revive their handsets
I'm often asked whether getting into the fashion for all things social is something enterprises should contemplate. Given the volume of noise coming from the likes of Jeremiah Owyang, Forrester analyst and other social media/brand mavens, it's hardly a surprise.
Companies in the mobile industry will need to be "open" to succeed, Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday. However, he said, this may take place "in different ways and at different times", depending on the company.
Vodafone falls under Google's spell
The rivals have teamed up to make virtualisation deployment easier and more flexible for enterprises
Acer has chosen this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to officially re-enter the smartphone world with no less than four models in a range it is calling its Tempo Smartphone series.The four are the direct result of last year’s buy-out of smartphone specialist E-TEN.
Microsoft's Unlimited Potential (UP) team has a new Corporate Vice President: Amit Mital, the former General Manager of the Live Mesh and Developer Platform unit. One of Mital's key new focus areas will be mobile.
The Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse has a number of big advantages:- It is small and light enough to be easily taken along and used when traveling (approximately the same size as the Logitech VX nano).- It connects to the computer using Bluetooth, so it saves a USB port, which is precious when my HP 2133 only has two of them.
The latest version of Microsoft Live Hotmail's CAPTCHA authentication system has been broken, reports InfoWorld via security company Websense.According to a detailed analysis of the latest hack by Websense, spammers have come up with a new scheme to fool the CAPTCHA:The process starts in the same way as did previous CAPTCHA-breaking attacks, using bot-controlled zombie PCs under remote control to fill in the main fields - name, password, country - asked for by Hotmail during signup.