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Local lawmaker calls on House of Representatives Committee to launch an inquiry to investigate the country's internet speeds, which clock very low compared to Asian neighbors Singapore and Thailand.
A hacking group brought Christmas misery to gamers over the holidays and the pain with a Distributed Denial of Service attack.
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The ISC site, home to the world's most popular Domain Name System program BIND, appears to have been infected with malware.
The anonymity service, attacked by hackers who brought down gaming services over Christmas, was never in any danger during this attack, experts say.
Innovation will confine passwords within a broader equation around authentication type plus value of resource
Sony will release "The Interview" via a bevy of online services and may just upend the current way of doing business. Here's a look at the ramifications.
North Korea's elite have their Internet back for now, but as fragile as it is, it may go down again with another attack at any time.
Microsoft and Google have added their voices to those opposing a bid by the US hotel industry for permission to use technical means to prevent guests from using their own wi-fi hotspots.
BT is looking at delivering fibre into basements as a way to fix up slow broadband in cramped parts of London.
Telstra has led a series D round of funding valued at $14.5 million in software-defined video solutions provider Elemental Technologies.
North Korea's limited Internet has been knocked out.
Cisco's lawsuit concerns 12 features covered by 14 patents - all of which are embedded within current products.
A network time protocol security hole has been discovered and there are reports that exploits already exist for it and are being used in attacks.
Microsoft has settled its latest patent spat with patent-licensing vendor VirnetX by paying $23 million covering disputed unified communications patents.
See the damage in colour
Installing a D-Link DWA-556 802.11n WiFi card in a Psystar Open Computer and turning on Airport in the Leopard Network System Preference.
Satellite images from NASA show the track of a cyclone and the resulting flooding that may end up killing over 100,000 residents of Myanmar (formerly Burma).
A gallery of photos of the Verizon Wireless UM150 EV-DO modem. Both raw and attached to a MacBook Air.
At NICTA's recent Techfest conference, researchers from National ICT Australia (NICTA) get to show off the projects they have been working on all year, including facial recognition tech designed to help catch criminals as well as better algorithms and sensors for traffic control.
The latest product in the Touch range is notable for being the first HTC Windows Mobile phone to come with Opera as its browser, due to timing issues with Internet Explorer 6
This week's Unified Communications Expo saw telephony vendors talking up interoperability, although how desirable this would be for industry behemoths Cisco and Microsoft is open to debate
Web whispers come alive
Hardware vendors show off upcoming mobile Internet devices at Intel Developer Forum 2008 in Shanghai.
High-speed French railroads are testing high-speed Wi-Fi access. Here's what happened to a Silicon.com reporter traveling eastbound from Paris.
CeBit is open for business with the new eee PC and other gadgets from the floor.
Screen shots of the Setup Assistant that comes with Apple's new Time Capsule 1TB NAS.
At the "NECXT life" product showcase in Sydney, NEC gave us the chance to explore a "day in the a life of NEC". Our photo gallery reveals that such a day involves digital signs, VoIP, LCDs, waterproof notebooks and CCTV.
Luxury gadget-maker Amosu gives the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 a very expensive and one-of-a-kind makeover.
The partnership between Nokia and Cambridge University bears fruit in the form of a concept handset, unveiled at the Museum of Modern Art in New York
BellSouth's director of Converged Services, Steve Zimba, told attendees at the VON conference in San Jose that many residential customers are still wary of VoIP. CNET News.com reporter Marguerite Reardon asked if VoIP is merely a defensive tool for the telcos.
"The end user can't tell the difference"
John Kish, CEO of Wyse Technology, sits down in a Face-to-Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber. Kish says that with the increase in network bandwidth and the advent of new virtualization technologies, everything running on a PC can be hosted centrally on the network. He believes that thin clients are finally ready for widespread adoption.
During this year's Intel Developer Forum, Intel's Executive Vice President Sean Maloney was joined on stage by Craig Raymond, technical marketing manager. Raymond arrived on a scooter--equipped with a notebook PC and Intel's first WiMax PC Card--to showcase the ease of having fully functional Internet access on the road.