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iPad jailbroken in less than a day

iPad jailbroken in less than a day

Video and pics posted online.
Apr 6 2010 12:10PM
Week in Review: The road less travelled

Week in Review: The road less travelled

It was a week where prosumers tried to drive the technology agenda with CES and Macworld, forcing the enterprise into the backseat. Lucky enterprise techies know a thing or two about backseat driving.
Jan 10 2009 12:05AM
Robots deemed less intelligent than humans, still

Robots deemed less intelligent than humans, still

Despite improvements in artificial intelligence and robotics, humans prefer human interactions to those with machines, a study has found.
Jul 15 2008 4:55PM
Chip uses 30,000 times less power in sleep mode

Chip uses 30,000 times less power in sleep mode

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a low-power microchip which they claim uses 30,000 times less power in sleep mode, and 10 times less in active mode, than comparable commercially available chips..
Jun 20 2008 7:59AM
Computer games make players less violent

Computer games make players less violent

A new study of computer gamers has found that a session in front of World of Warcraft can make players less stressed and more calm..
Apr 7 2008 3:09PM
Older adults 'less confident' about PC skills

Older adults 'less confident' about PC skills

Study recommends steps to help silver surfers.
Mar 23 2007 1:52PM
Asda DVD player costs less than a film

Asda DVD player costs less than a film

Durabrand player goes on sale for £9.
Jan 30 2007 9:42AM
Skype price plan claims 'more for less'

Skype price plan claims 'more for less'

VoIP firm switches domestic calls to flat rate pricing.
Jan 23 2007 9:12AM
US adults see nanotech as less risky than guns

US adults see nanotech as less risky than guns

Damning with faint praise.
Dec 8 2006 9:43AM
Opinion: Remember: less can be more

Opinion: Remember: less can be more

Discussing the pros and cons of radio frequency identification (RFID), the technology that allows interaction between small chips and nearby readers without physical contact, is a surefire way to get a good argument going.
Nov 13 2006 1:31PM
Black Hat wrap-up: Less hackers, but plenty of flaws

Black Hat wrap-up: Less hackers, but plenty of flaws

Black Hat wrapped up on Thursday after several days of vulnerability revelations that proved that the event hasn't lost its edge even as attendance skewed more heavily toward security professionals rather than hackers this year.
Aug 4 2006 8:55PM
McAfee threat catalog doubles in less than two years

McAfee threat catalog doubles in less than two years

Researchers at McAfee Avert Labs said this week that it took only two years to double the number of malicious threats registered in its vulnerability database.
Jul 7 2006 7:54PM
CSIA study: Less than a fifth feel protected on internet

CSIA study: Less than a fifth feel protected on internet

Fewer than one in five Americans feel that existing laws are enough to protect them on the internet, a new survey revealed.
May 23 2006 3:38PM
From the SC Forum: Content employees less of a risk

From the SC Forum: Content employees less of a risk

Employees who report high job satisfaction are less likely to become insider threats, a speaker said Tuesday at the SC Forum in Hilton Head Island, S.C.
May 17 2006 7:09PM
More rigour, less geek, more respect

More rigour, less geek, more respect

In my position, I get to read an awful lot of submitted articles, supposedly from infosec professionals with centuries of experience between them. And I also get along to a lot of conferences where many of the same people share their wisdom with the rest of the world.
Sep 5 2005 5:04PM
More joy as Sox causes less headache

More joy as Sox causes less headache

Sarbanes-Oxley (Sox) compliance is to become less of a headache, the head of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has promised.
May 17 2005 12:38PM
Planning for less than a disaster

Planning for less than a disaster

Creating a systems and site availability plan to protect critical business processes and systems.
Aug 25 2004 10:27AM
Blaster writer bargains for less jail time

Blaster writer bargains for less jail time

The teenager accused of releasing a version of the Blaster worm last year has bargained with officials to reduce his jail time.
Aug 13 2004 10:06AM
Biometric security: more bottom-line benefits, less James Bond

Biometric security: more bottom-line benefits, less James Bond

NEC’s Gohringer cuts through the misconceptions that surround biometrics and puts forward the business case for the integration of biometric technologies into a company’s security strategy.
Jul 13 2004 11:38AM
Only cooperation will make us less vulnerable

Only cooperation will make us less vulnerable

There’s been a lot of news on the patching front lately – and not all of it’s bad. Yes, Microsoft has released another list of critical vulnerabilities that leading security gurus say companies would do well to patch against immediately. And sure, some security experts and consumers are miffed at Internet Security Systems for reportedly being selfish with their patches
May 6 2004 9:23AM

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