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Mobile application processors on the way out

Mobile application processors on the way out

US$4bn market in 2007 will begin to decline in two years.
Jun 28 2007 3:02PM
iGasm sex toy rubs Apple up the wrong way

iGasm sex toy rubs Apple up the wrong way

Apple is taking legal action against US-based adult retail chain Anne Summers over adverts for a new iGasm sex toy.
May 25 2007 10:46AM
Global chip market on the way up

Global chip market on the way up

Second half revival expected after disastrous first quarter for memory.
Apr 18 2007 2:50PM
TomTom points the way to malware

TomTom points the way to malware

GO 910 sat-nav device infected with viruses.
Jan 30 2007 9:42AM
Identity thief cons way into Harvard

Identity thief cons way into Harvard

Cunning thief fools top universities and signs up for criminology classes.
Jan 10 2007 9:26AM
Hydrogen-powered iPod on its way

Hydrogen-powered iPod on its way

New charger uses gas to provide power to USB devices.
Jul 10 2006 1:49PM
Email gives way to new virus distribution tactics

Email gives way to new virus distribution tactics

Improved security against malware attacks is challenged by more intelligent
delivery methods.
Jul 6 2006 11:57AM
Debate: Client-side security is a much better way of securing infrastructure than securing the gateway

Debate: Client-side security is a much better way of securing infrastructure than securing the gateway

Mar 8 2006 5:15PM
Spam finds a way

Spam finds a way

Two years ago, Bill Gates made the brave prediction that spam would soon be “a thing of the past.” But it currently makes up between 60 and 90 percent of the world’s email traffic, and by all accounts is not going away. If anything, this year will see spam reaching new heights.
Mar 6 2006 7:46PM
Sony rootkit may be more dangerous on the way out

Sony rootkit may be more dangerous on the way out

Uninstalling Sony-BMG Entertainment’s spyware-like application from a PC could be more harmful than having downloaded it in the first place, a Princeton University professor warned on Tuesday.
Nov 15 2005 10:30PM
Congress must lead the way on privacy

Congress must lead the way on privacy

It took 34 years for radio to reach 50 million users. Television got to the same number of people in 13 years. The internet hit that 50-million-user mark in just four years.
Jul 1 2005 4:27PM
Don't buy your way out of trouble

Don't buy your way out of trouble

The problem with most security companies is they are very product driven - you name your security problem, and they can sell you a product to fix it. Whilst it's always tempting to think that you can fix a problem by buying something from a catalogue, the reality is often very different.
Jun 13 2005 11:20AM
The record shows the net's taking blows - it did it Mytob way

The record shows the net's taking blows - it did it Mytob way

Another internet worm has exploded across computers worldwide as Mytob has been widely spammed over the last 48 hours.
Jun 2 2005 3:02PM
Debate: Everyone knows Linux is the safest OS, and there’s no way that Windows can compete

Debate: Everyone knows Linux is the safest OS, and there’s no way that Windows can compete

Any time one compares Linux and Windows security one risks unleashing a cataract of opinion.
Apr 19 2005 12:42PM
Fly the flag for Britain – in an international way

Fly the flag for Britain – in an international way

Without wishing to wave the Union Jack too vigorously, I couldn't help feeling a slight wave of pride at the achievements of the Jericho Forum, which is celebrating its first year of life.
Feb 22 2005 5:28PM
Virus worms its way around mobiles

Virus worms its way around mobiles

The first mobile phone virus to infect multiple files could point the way to the future of mobile viruses, experts claim. Lasco.A, discovered this week, inserts itself into any Symbian Installation System (SIS) file.
Jan 12 2005 10:58AM
Time to change the way people look at infosec

Time to change the way people look at infosec

Jan 11 2005 1:01PM
Juniper: Stand-alone security will give way to integration

Juniper: Stand-alone security will give way to integration

Stand-alone security will become a thing of the past as security becomes integrated into the network, said Juniper Networks CEO Scott Kriens.
Nov 10 2004 9:52PM
A safer way to stay in contact

A safer way to stay in contact

As workforces are becoming increasingly mobile, companies are searching for a variety of technologies to secure mobile users.
Oct 15 2004 4:22PM
It’s a very painful way to learn an obvious lesson

It’s a very painful way to learn an obvious lesson

Aug 5 2004 4:33PM

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