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Gartner excludes Windows 7 from tablet forecast

Gartner excludes Windows 7 from tablet forecast

Apple's market share still to slide.
Apr 12 2011 8:13AM
US tops botnet charts

US tops botnet charts

18.6% of spam.
Oct 20 2010 2:35PM
Symantec warns of a malicious 'Snake' app for Android

Symantec warns of a malicious 'Snake' app for Android

GPS data obtained.
Aug 18 2010 1:16PM
"Avalanche" phishing slowing, after big 2009

"Avalanche" phishing slowing, after big 2009

But may return.
May 13 2010 1:54PM
SAP revenue down 10 percent, but profit up

SAP revenue down 10 percent, but profit up

Business software slump hits SAP, but cost control helps.
Jul 30 2009 2:12PM
Nehalem-based servers: nice kit, but who's buying?

Nehalem-based servers: nice kit, but who's buying?

Intel's Nehalem server processors have been launched to great fanfare, but experts believe its arrival will cause few firms to change their existing upgrade plans.
Apr 3 2009 6:08AM
Microsoft: Flaws down but malware on the rise

Microsoft: Flaws down but malware on the rise

The amount of malware is increasing, and vulnerabilities are more likely to be found in applications than operating systems, according to the latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report.
Nov 5 2008 9:45AM
Australia has broadband vision, but Telstra in the way

Australia has broadband vision, but Telstra in the way

Local telecommunications analyst Paul Budde claims, Australia is one of the leading countries to recognise the social and economic benefits of broadband infrastructure, however without a genuine participation from Telstra investment would be wasted.
Jul 22 2008 3:09PM
Adobe Flash threat widens, but patch is available

Adobe Flash threat widens, but patch is available

Adobe recently patched a vulnerability in its Flash Player that is being actively exploited to infect machines with gaming trojans, researchers said Wednesday.
May 29 2008 10:15AM
Asia PC sales up, but prices down

Asia PC sales up, but prices down

Retail sales of PCs in Asia surged 21 percent last year, according to new research, but prices paid by region's consumers fell dramatically..
Mar 17 2008 2:05PM
Hackers claim RFID smart-card hack, but chip vendor disagrees

Hackers claim RFID smart-card hack, but chip vendor disagrees

A semiconductor company on Tuesday disputed claims by a hacker that he can access the firm's radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips to jeopardise the security of billions of credit card users.
Mar 6 2008 10:42AM
Google's Orkut clean after fast but harmless self-replicating worm is halted

Google's Orkut clean after fast but harmless self-replicating worm is halted

Google has halted the spread of a worm on its social networking website, Orkut, but not before the self-replicating script reportedly spread to more than 400,000 member profiles.
Dec 21 2007 12:05PM
Hushmail turns out to be anything but

Hushmail turns out to be anything but

A court document in a drug smuggling case has shown that the private email service Hushmail has been cooperating with police in handing over user emails..
Nov 16 2007 2:47PM
Pentagon servers attacked, but by whom?

Pentagon servers attacked, but by whom?

Is the Chinese military responsible for recent attacks on Pentagon computers?
Sep 6 2007 9:52AM
TJX reports plummeting profits, but sales up

TJX reports plummeting profits, but sales up

TJX's profits are starting to crumble under the weight of the massive data breach announced in January that placed about 45.7 million customers at risk for identity theft, according to a filing this week with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Aug 16 2007 2:15PM
URLs with 'crimeware' spreading, but war on phishing gains ground

URLs with 'crimeware' spreading, but war on phishing gains ground

The number of phishing URLs used to spread "crimeware" among consumer PCs rose to an all-time high in May, according to a report from an industry association that works to eliminate identity theft and fraud caused by phishing and email spoofing.
Jul 16 2007 10:38AM
Image spam drops again, but researchers see more PDF stock spam

Image spam drops again, but researchers see more PDF stock spam

Levels of image spam dropped again in June, but researchers also saw increased use of PDF spam.
Jul 10 2007 9:35AM
McAfee predictions accurate on phishing websites but not on mobile malware

McAfee predictions accurate on phishing websites but not on mobile malware

McAfee's Avert Labs researchers said they were accurate in predicting a 2007 rise in password-stealing websites and public awareness of identity and data theft, but were off-base in foretelling a jump in mobile malware and adware.
Jun 20 2007 9:43AM
'Direct' impact of malware down again, but overall costs rise

'Direct' impact of malware down again, but overall costs rise

Although the "direct" costs of worldwide malware attacks have declined for three years in a row, "indirect" costs have continued to rise, a new report from market research firm Computer Economics indicates.
Jun 15 2007 10:14AM
US I-SPY Act passes House

US I-SPY Act passes House

The Internet Spyware Prevention Act of 2007 was approved by the US House of Representatives this week, but the bill still faces a significant test in the prospect of Senate affirmation.
May 24 2007 12:41PM

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