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Computer device theft hits Commonwealth agencies

Computer device theft hits Commonwealth agencies

IT system misuse remains key fraud vector.
Apr 5 2011 1:34PM
Apple hits back in "App Store" trademark row

Apple hits back in "App Store" trademark row

Apple says Windows developer Microsoft is in no position to throw stones
Mar 3 2011 5:54AM
Zero day flaw hits Microsoft's Internet Explorer

Zero day flaw hits Microsoft's Internet Explorer

New vulnerability.
Nov 5 2010 6:57AM
Swedish anti-piracy law hits wall

Swedish anti-piracy law hits wall

ISP withholds subscriber details.
Sep 17 2010 6:37AM
YouTube hit by cross-site scripting vulnerability

YouTube hit by cross-site scripting vulnerability

YouTube hacked.
Jul 6 2010 10:47AM
Another round of phishing hits Twitter

Another round of phishing hits Twitter

After last week's phishing attacks on social networking sites, yet another round has struck Twitter.
May 28 2009 11:25AM
2012 UK Olympics CIO hits the ground running

2012 UK Olympics CIO hits the ground running

In his first interview since his appointment, London 2012 CIO Gerry Pennell tells Computing how his past experience and an emphasis on proven technology will help to ensure a trouble-free Games.
Mar 13 2009 6:15AM
Software sector under pressure as downturn hits sales

Software sector under pressure as downturn hits sales

Poorer-than-expected business software sales have forced analysts to significantly revise their spending forecasts for 2009, while Microsoft has urged the UK government to support smaller software companies or see them go out of business.
Dec 15 2008 2:53PM
Google hits the big 1-0

Google hits the big 1-0

Hot on the heels of its entry into the web browser market with Chrome, internet giant Google has celebrated its tenth birthday.
Sep 8 2008 6:33AM
Spore hits the open air

Spore hits the open air

One of the most anticipated computer games in recent memory hit the market Friday when EA released Spore in Europe.
Sep 6 2008 12:41PM
Psystar hits back in Apple clone case

Psystar hits back in Apple clone case

Apple's case against a Macintosh clone vendor took a new twist this week when defendant Psystar accused the company of violating anti-trust laws.
Aug 28 2008 4:02PM
Computer virus hits space station

Computer virus hits space station

A computer virus has made it onto the International Space Station (ISS), but Nasa says there is no danger to critical systems.
Aug 28 2008 7:42AM
Google Suggest hits the homepage

Google Suggest hits the homepage

Google has launched new functionality developed in its labs, which is designed to improve the accuracy and efficiency of searches..
Aug 27 2008 7:38AM
Atom shortage hits Asus

Atom shortage hits Asus

A source from Asustek has shed light on the reasoning for older Celeron's appearing in new models of the popular Eee PC.
Aug 22 2008 8:03AM
DPA hits 10-year milestone

DPA hits 10-year milestone

The Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998 today marks the ten-year anniversary, but increasingly data specialists are split on whether it still fit for purpose.
Jul 16 2008 9:47AM
Malware to hit 1 million mark in days

Malware to hit 1 million mark in days

Security vendor, F-Secure is days away from capturing its unprecedented one millionth piece of malware.
Jul 15 2008 2:48PM
Firefox 3 hits 19 million downloads

Firefox 3 hits 19 million downloads

The first week of availability for Mozilla's Firefox 3 browser has yielded roughly 19 million downloads..
Jun 25 2008 4:37PM
iTunes hits Australian higher learning

iTunes hits Australian higher learning

Students in Australia and New Zealand will now be able to take the classroom anywhere with the adoption of Appleā€™s iTunes U at seven universities in the region.
Jun 4 2008 1:53PM
IPv6 migration hits CIO radar

IPv6 migration hits CIO radar

IT managers have been advised to ensure forthcoming network kit purchases support the next generation of the internet protocol after the European Commission (EC) announced plans to force the pace of migration to IPv6.
Jun 2 2008 3:39PM
Shape-shifting malware hits the web

Shape-shifting malware hits the web

Security experts have warned that new developments in malware are allowing criminals to stay one step ahead of security software.
May 15 2008 10:11PM

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