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HTC phone can be used as bugging device
Palm Pre and Android flaws also discovered.
Nov 15 2010 12:40PM
Firefox add-on allows session hijacking of popular sites
'Firesheep' highlights lack of encryption.
Oct 27 2010 1:46PM
Mozilla launches Firefox sync tool for iOS
Firefox Home allows users to transfer browser data.
Jul 19 2010 6:56AM
Skype goes public with SIP beta program
Skype claims program will lower business Unified Comms costs.
Dec 3 2009 8:02AM
Kaspersky dials into mobile security
Anti-malware firm Kaspersky Lab today launched a new enterprise-grade mobile security solution designed to protect corporate users from the growing threats targeted at mobile devices.
Apr 29 2009 6:11AM
Pirate Bay operators facing jail as trial closes
The founders and operators of The Pirate Bay have been found guilty by a Swedish court of helping to make copyrighted content available on the web.
Apr 18 2009 8:10AM
Twitter users saved from spam overload
TwitterHawk, a new target marketing provider, said on Saturday it would curtail its services to try and save Twitter users from spam.
Feb 9 2009 6:41AM
Citrix readies iPhone client
Application delivery firm Citrix has been demonstrating its long-rumoured iPhone client at the Macworld show this week.
Jan 10 2009 12:14AM
Sun expands cloud capabilities with Q-Layer buy
Sun Microsystems has boosted its cloud computing capabilities with the acquisition of Q-Layer, a Belgium-based firm specialising in the automation and deployment of public and private clouds.
Jan 8 2009 6:55AM
Google slips AdSense into games
Google is rolling out a new version of its AdSense advertising program for game developers.
Oct 9 2008 3:21PM
Otellini: PCs are the new time machines
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini has hailed the PC as a 'time machine', which allows users to predict the future and examine the past.
Sep 26 2008 2:20PM
Hi-tech neckband allows voiceless calls
A neckband has been developed that allows people with disabilities to 'talk' to a computer without having to vocalise the words..
Mar 14 2008 7:13AM
Gaming vest allows players to 'feel' bullets
Gaming accessories developer
has developed a vest that will allow gamers to feel the bullets slamming into them during a first person shooter game..
Oct 23 2007 3:26PM
US bill allows id theft victims to seek reimbursement
A bill introduced this week in the US would allow victims of identity theft to seek restitution for their crime-related expenses.
Oct 22 2007 11:16AM
Legal exemption allows iPhone unlocking
An exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in the US means that it may be legal to unlock an iPhone and use it on networks other than AT&T's.
Aug 31 2007 2:27PM
US court allows warrantless web spying
Tinfoil hats for all.
Jul 10 2007 2:52PM
RealPlayer 11 allows online video capture
GLOBAL - RealNetworks has unveiled a closed beta of RealPlayer 11, the first major media player that allows users to download online video from sites including YouTube.
Jun 12 2007 2:07PM
New attack allows for hijacking of web traffic
Vulnerability could send users to phishing sites.
Mar 29 2007 1:59PM
Core Security: GNU Privacy Guard flaw allows phishing-like attacks
A critical flaw in the popular encryption software GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) allows attackers to launch a phishing-style attack that inserts text appearing to part of a trusted email, Core Security Technologies announced today.
Mar 9 2007 12:51AM
WordPress upgrades to fix flaw that allows malicious PHP code execution
Developers have released an updated version of WordPress after hackers compromised the popular blog-publishing tool, opening the door for remote code execution.
Mar 7 2007 1:14AM
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