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Curious grey stuff could radically alter handset design

Curious grey stuff could radically alter handset design

Water damage – the bane of mobile phone makers and users alike – could be a thing of the past thanks to a plucky U.K. company, Peratech.
Sep 5 2008 7:10AM
Windows could save the planet

Windows could save the planet

A window invention could help save the planet by illuminating the office, but keeping the heat out.
Sep 2 2008 3:57PM
Capacity planner dearth could stunt virtualisation growth

Capacity planner dearth could stunt virtualisation growth

Firms thinking about increasing their virtualisation deployments, turning them into business critical production applications could run up against a skill shortage, according to the latest survey from market intelligence group IDC.
Jul 10 2008 3:07PM
Secure Computing warns Olympic Fever could impact your network

Secure Computing warns Olympic Fever could impact your network

The 2008 Beijing Olympics are nearly upon us. And for the first time employees will be able to watch the games via live streaming through a local host – Channel Seven will be streaming over 100 hours of footage from the Games via Yahoo!7.

Jul 4 2008 1:18PM
New Icann rules could end defensive registrations

New Icann rules could end defensive registrations

Green light for customised TLDs will cause firms to rethink their domain name strategies, say experts.
Jul 1 2008 6:44AM
Asia Pacific's submarine cable boom could burst

Asia Pacific's submarine cable boom could burst

The last two years have seen a burst of new submarine cable investment in the Asian-Pacific region - the only region seeing new inter-continental cables being laid. However there is a potential for the bubble to burst if the wrong decisions are taken over the next two years.
Jun 26 2008 3:25PM
Facebook ban could lead to staff exodus

Facebook ban could lead to staff exodus

A survey of 1,000 office staff has found that nearly a third of younger employees would consider quitting their job if Facebook was banned in the workplace..
Jun 6 2008 7:44AM
Debian random key generator flaw could persist

Debian random key generator flaw could persist

Even though a vulnerability in the OpenSSL library used to generate key pairs on Debian-based Linux distributions has been fixed, IT administrators will be hard-pressed to ensure each key is unbreakable, a security researcher said this week.
May 21 2008 8:55AM
Computer downtime could solve world hunger

Computer downtime could solve world hunger

IBM hopes to eradicate world hunger using donated processing power to study the atomic make-up of rice protein.
May 19 2008 12:18PM
How IT security could go green?

How IT security could go green?

THE CHAIRMAN OF Wick Hill Group in the UK, which sells security infrastructure for ebusiness, has written a whitepaper outlining his views on how IT security could become more environmentally friendly.
May 16 2008 10:15AM
Telstra wholesale exemptions could be a hollow victory

Telstra wholesale exemptions could be a hollow victory

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a draft decision that it will exempt Telstra from the requirement to offer two wholesale PSTN services in parts of metropolitan Australia. The exemption would apply to wholesale line rental (WLR) and local call service (LCS), but only in areas where ULL-based competition is already established.
Apr 30 2008 3:16PM
YouTube breakdown could happen again

YouTube breakdown could happen again

When officials in Pakistan blocked content from YouTube, it created two separate issues -- but neither one should have surprised anyone, a Gartner analyst said Wednesday.
Feb 28 2008 9:42AM
French bank could have a thwarted US$7 billion insider fraud with better password

French bank could have a thwarted US$7 billion insider fraud with better password

Societe Generale might have been able to prevent a year-long binge of fraudulent transactions by one of its mid-level traders simply by instituting stricter password controls and applying available software that tracks transactions to individual workstations, according to analysts.
Jan 29 2008 10:53AM
UK sewage network could provide super fast broadband

UK sewage network could provide super fast broadband

Laying fibre in the Britain’s aging sewage system could provide users with speeds of at least 100 megabits per second and save the country around as much as £15bn, according to Wales-based H20 Networks..
Jan 28 2008 10:03PM
Next-gen optical fibres could yield cheaper, faster tech

Next-gen optical fibres could yield cheaper, faster tech

A newly developed procedure that simplifies the manufacture of hollow-core optical fibres could pave the way for future computing and telecommunications technologies.
Jan 22 2008 1:15PM
Carbon could replace silicon in next-gen transistors

Carbon could replace silicon in next-gen transistors

US engineers have developed a technique that replaces silicon with carbon to make next-generation semiconductors..
Dec 21 2007 6:59AM
Internet could face meltdown by 2010

Internet could face meltdown by 2010

The internet could suffer drastic slowdown by 2010 as the sheer scale of data carried exceeds the ability of the network to handle it.

Nov 20 2007 2:17PM
Aussie invention could give ADSL huge speed boost

Aussie invention could give ADSL huge speed boost

An Australian scientist claims to have found a way to boost the data rate of standard ADSL by a factor of 100 by reducing background transmission "noise"..
Nov 6 2007 7:22AM
US bill could change definition of cybercrime

US bill could change definition of cybercrime

Two U.S. senators have introduced a bipartisan bill that would lower the threshold for what constitutes a cybercrime, while providing law enforcement with additional funds to investigate and prosecute offenders.
Oct 25 2007 10:02AM
Online video could be next virus target

Online video could be next virus target

Security specialists are warning that virus writers will increasingly embed their wares in online videos.
Oct 4 2007 10:07AM

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