Poor patching creates easy zero-day vulnerability reuse
Telstra boosts optical links to 400 Gbps
Toll Global Express to begin technology separation after divestment
Atlassian patches Jira server plugin to fix vulnerability
HyperOne completes detailed design of Syd-Melb fibre segments
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Full immersion cooling system for desktops released
Hardcore Computer, the U.S. based system maker, says it has launched its Reactor line of premium systems, complete with a full-immersion cooling desktop system.
Oct 24 2008 3:08PM
LinkedIn pulls in millions more in funding
Professional social neworking site LinkedIn has announced that it has raised US$22.7 million in additional funding to warm it through the icy financial winter.
Oct 24 2008 6:58AM
Online job applications raise fears of identity theft
People who send their CVs to online job sites may be putting themselves at risk of identity theft according to a fraud prevention experiment.
Oct 21 2008 6:35AM
Intel to launch more core 2 duos in late December
Intel plans to launch one of its last batches of Core 2 mobile processors towards the end of December, according to sources in the Taiwanese rumour mill.
Oct 20 2008 3:25PM
AMD co founder Ed Turney dies
AMD co founder, Ed Turney, has died of brain cancer at his old age home in Cupertino, aged 79.
Oct 20 2008 6:52AM
IBM makes a billion here, a billion there
IBM has defied analyst predictions, posting a 20 per cent increase in the third quarter profit over last year, despite poor hardware sales.
Oct 18 2008 10:28AM
Google patches up its Chrome developer version a bit
Google has released a developer update to its Chrome Web browser which purportedly deals with some of the crashing and video issues which were occurring.
Oct 17 2008 7:21AM
Nvidia introduces GeForce 9 series mGPUs
Nvidia introduces its new GeForce 9-Series mGPUs with the bombastic claim that “the integrated graphics motherboard as you know it is dead”, staking the claim that the integrated, single chip design will show game-changing performance of up to five times better than on Intel integrated graphics.
Oct 16 2008 3:10PM
Sun and Fujitsu make huge leap in server performance
Sun and Fujitsu will today show off a new, purportedly energy efficient, line of server systems based on a multi core Sun chip for high-performance and demanding tasks like server virtualisation and consolidation.
Oct 14 2008 12:02AM
Microsoft could pick Blackberry
Research In Motion (RIM) is in danger of being plucked by Microsoft as the firm’s market value continues to slide due to the financial crisis and pressure on margins.
Oct 13 2008 12:15AM
Intel flogs rackmount server biz to Kontron
Maker of German mini computers, Kontron, is snapping up Intel’s rackmount server business.
Oct 7 2008 12:46AM
Quantum leap for photonic modulation
Researchers at Stanford have made a breakthrough which could give quantum cryptography, information processing, and even memory storage a big boost, by modulating the time profile of a single photon.
Oct 3 2008 7:40AM
Intel to train 150,000 African teachers
Intel has the emerging African market in its sights and in efforts to win it over, says it will train 150,000 African teachers in tech by 2012 in the “Intel Teach Programme”.
Sep 25 2008 3:07PM
Dell tries new method to conquer developing markets
Dell has said it will sell PCs in stores rather than just online, in a move to cater specifically to emerging markets.
Sep 24 2008 9:26AM
Mass layoffs coming at Nvidia
Nvidia will be reducing its global workforce by six-and-a-half per cent.
Sep 19 2008 9:11AM
Dark days ahead for component makers
The chips will stay down for the tech industry until at least the end of 2009, say component suppliers.
Sep 18 2008 9:47AM
62,000 phones and PDAs left in London cabs
During the past six months, dozy Londoners have left a whopping 55,843 mobile phones and 6,193 other handheld devices in the back of black cabs, according to a report.
Sep 17 2008 3:26PM
Bankrupt banks' memorabilia does roaring trade on Ebay
Lehman Brothers and Merril Lynch aren’t the only ones frantically liquidating assets this week. Ex-employees are flogging their bank memorabilia on Ebay faster than you can say 'Chapter 11'.
Sep 17 2008 9:22AM
Netbooks to blame for loss of revenues, says Quanta
Quanta Computer saw its revenues take a dive this August, something the company is apparently blaming on increased sales in netbooks.
Sep 15 2008 6:30AM
Nvidia pumps hybrid graphics to laptop makers
Sony, Siemens and Benq have announced notebooks using hybrid graphics that allow users to 'dynamically switch' between Intel’s Centrino 2 integrated graphics and a discrete Nvidia Geforce GPU.
Sep 13 2008 12:20PM
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