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Xbox 360 could show BBC content

Xbox 360 could show BBC content

Microsoft is in talks with the BBC about using the broadcaster's TV content on its Xbox Live gaming service.
Sep 13 2007 10:42AM
Optical 'milestone' could turbo charge communications

Optical 'milestone' could turbo charge communications

US scientists are promising ultra fast optical communications after demonstrating a “milestone” technique that allows them to control the spectral properties of ultrafast light pulses.
Aug 3 2007 6:40AM
Carbon nanotubes could make synthetic muscle

Carbon nanotubes could make synthetic muscle

Boffins find that materials behave in similar way to soft human tissue.
Jul 6 2007 8:12AM
iPhone could attract 'traditional' hackers

iPhone could attract 'traditional' hackers

Hacking for kudos not profit likely once again.
Jul 3 2007 2:50PM
'Italian Job' trojan could lead to future localised attacks

'Italian Job' trojan could lead to future localised attacks

Security researchers said today that the recent MPACK-aided trojan attack is a sign that future mass-attacks may become increasingly localised.
Jun 25 2007 7:00AM
Paid download video services could be doomed

Paid download video services could be doomed

Pay-per-download model declared a "dead-end".
May 15 2007 11:40AM
Flaw in Adobe Photoshop could compromise systems

Flaw in Adobe Photoshop could compromise systems

A popular Adobe image-editing program contains a major vulnerability for which public exploit code is available, researchers said today.
Apr 27 2007 11:13AM
Pentagon hacker could face 60 years in prison after extradition to US

Pentagon hacker could face 60 years in prison after extradition to US

Gary McKinnon, accused of hacking into Pentagon and NASA networks, has lost his fight against extradition to the United States in front of the British High Court.
Apr 4 2007 10:29AM
Data of 45.7 million card holders accessed in US retailer breach

Data of 45.7 million card holders accessed in US retailer breach

TJX Companies revealed late Wednesday in a regulatory filing that hackers stole data from at least 45.7 million credit card holders when they illegally accessed the discount retailer's processing systems during 2005 and 2006.
Mar 30 2007 10:22AM
Windows StickyKeys could pose security risk

Windows StickyKeys could pose security risk

Microsoft dismisses claims of vulnerability in software component.
Mar 19 2007 12:21PM
Microsoft Internet Explorer XSS vulnerabilty could attract phishers

Microsoft Internet Explorer XSS vulnerabilty could attract phishers

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) is vulnerable to cross-site scripting that could allow attackers to spoof a trusted site to launch a phishing attack.
Mar 16 2007 6:29AM
PatchLink's Harris buy could help both companies

PatchLink's Harris buy could help both companies

PatchLink Corporation on Monday announced it has acquired the STAT Guardian Vulnerability Management Suite from Harris Corporation.
Mar 2 2007 12:30AM
Nanotech could revolutionise global healthcare

Nanotech could revolutionise global healthcare

Impact likely to be most profound in developing world.
Feb 28 2007 8:20AM
Indian researcher detects remote access flaw in Internet Explorer

Indian researcher detects remote access flaw in Internet Explorer

A researcher today unveiled an unpatched and unconfirmed vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) that could allow an attacker remote access to victims' local files.
Feb 21 2007 12:56AM
Carriers could 'out-Google Google'

Carriers could 'out-Google Google'

If only they could see beyond billing, says HP.
Feb 15 2007 9:50AM
ActiveX flaw could affect up to 70 apps

ActiveX flaw could affect up to 70 apps

Vulnerable third-party component used by more than 20 vendors.
Jan 29 2007 9:54AM
Apple iPhone could cannibalise iPod sales

Apple iPhone could cannibalise iPod sales

Gartner believes devices will dominate portable digital media market.
Jan 19 2007 9:39AM
Singapore man faces 180 years in prison

Singapore man faces 180 years in prison

A Singaporean hacker has been charged with posting a fake July 2005 bomb threat on a technology website and 60 counts of illegally accessing a wireless network.
Jan 9 2007 5:57PM
Venice Project could break bandwidth limits

Venice Project could break bandwidth limits

A 1GB cap could be exhausted in just 10 hours.
Jan 8 2007 9:39AM
QuickTime flaw could go beyond MySpace

QuickTime flaw could go beyond MySpace

The QuickTime security hole that enabled a phishing worm to attack users of social networking site MySpace is leaving more users and websites vulnerable than was first thought.
Dec 13 2006 9:06AM

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