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US tops botnet charts

US tops botnet charts

18.6% of spam.
Oct 20 2010 2:35PM
Michael Jackson still a popular spam lure

Michael Jackson still a popular spam lure

King of Pop still popular as bait for scammers.
Jun 28 2010 11:01AM
Is the Mariposa botnet still functioning?

Is the Mariposa botnet still functioning?

Claims that the Mariposa botnet is still alive.
Jun 24 2010 2:16PM
Spyware that targets Mac applications still lingering

Spyware that targets Mac applications still lingering

Distributor denies wrong-doing.
Jun 8 2010 2:14PM
ACMA: Customers still don't want telemarketing calls

ACMA: Customers still don't want telemarketing calls

First round of renewals going strong.
Apr 23 2010 3:25PM
Intel talks up WiMax2 research

Intel talks up WiMax2 research

Company joins efforts to find successor to WiMax.
Apr 14 2010 6:20AM
Email recipients still falling for spam, finds survey

Email recipients still falling for spam, finds survey

Half of all users respond to spam.
Mar 29 2010 2:18PM
Firms still not getting full benefits from CRM

Firms still not getting full benefits from CRM

On-demand fails to excite.
Jul 22 2009 6:47AM
Google considers dropping beta tag

Google considers dropping beta tag

Google has revealed that it is considering taking some of its products out of beta, after years of keeping flagship applications such as Gmail in test status.
May 30 2009 6:50AM
Conficker threat continues to grow

Conficker threat continues to grow

Weeks after leaving the media spotlight, the Conficker malware infection continues to spread, according to experts.
May 22 2009 2:14PM
Cobol skills still prized by CIOs

Cobol skills still prized by CIOs

Cobol has long been written off as old hat, but many CIOs at large UK organisations have little choice but to carry on employing Cobol developers to maintain and enhance legacy applications that support their core business processes
May 22 2009 6:32AM
Security must be built in from the start

Security must be built in from the start

The UK government-backed Cyber Security Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) launched a roadmap today intended to kickstart an international effort to engineer security into products from their inception.
Apr 30 2009 5:51AM
IBM Sun deal hits delays

IBM Sun deal hits delays

The proposed IBM Sun deal is still on but discussions could take several more days as IBM lawyers perform due diligence, according to Reuters.
Mar 23 2009 6:45AM
Google launches Code Labs to encourage developers

Google launches Code Labs to encourage developers

Google has launched a new environment for nascent developer products, which it hopes will encourage its engineers to share ideas more freely, and motivate external developers to get involved in new projects earlier on.
Mar 5 2009 5:50AM
Domain name industry thrives despite the gloom

Domain name industry thrives despite the gloom

The domain name industry has defied the economic gloom by posting 16 per cent growth last year compared to 2007, according to the latest figures from VeriSign.
Feb 19 2009 6:48AM
Opinion: IT is still the key to business prosperity

Opinion: IT is still the key to business prosperity

Even in the middle of recession, a well-managed IT project can deliver significant business benefits.
Feb 16 2009 12:50AM
Google reporting spam recovering from McColo

Google reporting spam recovering from McColo

Google is reporting that data from its Postini subsidiary shows annual spam levels are rebounding from the shutdown of McColo.
Jan 27 2009 3:48PM
Spammers still reeling from McColo bust

Spammers still reeling from McColo bust

Nearly two months after the bust of hosting firm McColo, spam numbers are still down.
Jan 13 2009 3:08PM
Roadrunner still king in Supercomputer top 500 list

Roadrunner still king in Supercomputer top 500 list

IBM’s roadrunner pips Cray's XT5 Jaguar supercomputer to the post, narrowly holding on to its record as the world's fastest supercomputer, according to the bi-annual 'Top 500' supercomputing list, anyway.
Nov 18 2008 6:25AM
Greenest Macbooks ever still not green enough

Greenest Macbooks ever still not green enough

Despite the fact that the new Macbook line-up is supposedly the greenest ever, with better energy efficiency and less toxic components, Greenpeace is still saying Apple could have done much more.
Oct 20 2008 6:52AM

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