Two new vulnerabilities affecting Linux were uncovered this week that could potentially be used by malicious hackers to gain root privileges.
By Katherine Noyes | 22 October, 2010 05:43
Lenovo plans on releasing a tablet PC as well as its IdeaPad U1 -- a hybrid computer that can function as both a laptop and tablet -- to the worldwide market during the first half of 2011, said the company's senior business director, Xiong Wen.
By Michael Kan | 21 October, 2010 23:30
Close to 250,000 German households have requested that Google scrub their homes from its Street View imagery program as the company nears launching the service in Germany amid continuing privacy concerns.
By Jeremy Kirk | 21 October, 2010 21:48
Sony is considering employing Google's Android operating system in more consumer electronics devices, it said Thursday, shortly after launching its first televisions using the software.
By Martyn Williams | 21 October, 2010 22:15
Well, that didn't take long! Earlier this week,GeekTech reported that the new Apple TV can officially be hacked, and already an app has been tested on the device. A small software company named Nito TV posted an image onits Twitter feed displaying the Apple TV running a simple custom weather app.
By Elizabeth Fish | 22 October, 2010 05:35
Some website developers and Amazon sellers say they're losing significant sales after Amazon made a change to its Product Advertising API.
By Nancy Gohring | 22 October, 2010 06:37
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is backing open source cloud computing with a long-term goal in mind: to get out of the data center business.
By Patrick Thibodeau | 22 October, 2010 08:00
Telstra (ASX:TLS) and Accenture will jointly push an off-premise private cloud virtualisation platform to large enterprise and government departments in a move that signals the incumbent telco’s view beyond mid-enterprise cloud offerings.
By James Hutchinson | 21 October, 2010 15:38
Facebook has filed lawsuits aimed at cracking down on a variety of scams that have been running wild on the social-networking site in recent months.
By Robert McMillan | 21 October, 2010 12:30
ASG (ASX: ASZ) has expanded its enterprise credentials with the acquisition of SAP consulting and services provider Progress Pacific.
By Computerworld Staff | 21 October, 2010 13:00
To compete with Apple's iPhone and the Android army, Microsoft needed to pull out all the stops to sell Windows Phone 7 to the masses. Windows Mobile has a miserable reputation as being not user-friendly and slow. Throw in the Microsoft Kin failure, and you've got a lot of skepticism surrounding. Thankfully, Microsoft completely ditched the often frustrating, always sluggish Windows Mobile experience. Windows Phone 7 is a brand-new OS and Microsoft deserves a clean slate.
By Ginny Mies | 21 October, 2010 10:28
You'd think grown men would have better things to do than squabble like rabid squirrels fighting over a Brazil nut. But when it comes to the future of mobile computing, there is no such thing as fighting dirty. And more and more often, it all starts with Steve Jobs.
By Robert X. Cringely | 21 October, 2010 10:50
Organised crime groups have penetrated law enforcement bodies, and authorities are helpless to fight back due to restrictive data privacy legislation, according to the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) chief executive, John Lawler.
By Mahesh Sharma | 21 October, 2010 11:54
With the newly-branded Office 365, announced this week, Microsoft has taken its BPOS (business productivity online suite) service and added Office apps options. But while Microsoft dumped a bad product name for a better one, the company repeated a longtime marketing habit with Office 365: a confusing array of versions and price points.
By Shane O'Neill | 21 October, 2010 09:18
The new MacBook Air is certainly a great improvement over previous models - namely the move towards exclusive solid-state storage in a laptop is a welcome paradigm shift. However, there were a few notable oversights in the new models that I'm sure a lot of people are disappointed about. Here are a few of them, and the reasons behind Apple's omissions.
By Mike Keller | 21 October, 2010 09:09
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