U.K. band Radiohead will let fans choose how much they want to pay for downloads of its next album.
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British law enforcement gained new powers on Monday to compel individuals and businesses to decrypt data wanted by authorities for investigations.
IT systems integrator Unisys Corp. is under fire for allegedly failing to detect the hacking of U.S. Department of Homeland Security computers, an incident that resulted in data being sent to a Chinese-language Web site.
The U.K. is considering letting mobile phone operators run 3G (third-generation) services on frequencies reserved for 2G services, a change that could mean better 3G coverage and lower costs for the public, the government's telecommunications regulator said Thursday.
New worm spreads through Skype's chat feature and gains control of users' PCs.
Google may just be the center of the universe now: A new add-on for its Earth satellite program, called Sky, lets users explore space and see photos of the precise star formation overhead based on their locale.
Microsoft Corp. is offering a preview of the first service pack for Exchange Server 2007, an update that binds the company's latest e-mail server closer to other so-called unified communications products.
one regulation on ISPs: By the end of 2007, ISPs must block web sites involving images of child abuse as listed on a database maintained by the Internet Watch Foundation.A new report on internet safety has concluded ISPs should take more responsibility for online security since end users are often lax.
The Liberty Alliance Project has started developing technical specifications for how companies can protect sensitive personal data within their IT systems and securely share that data with other organisations.
A flurry of raids and arrests in China over the last two weeks have ended what is estimated to be the world's largest piracy syndicate in operation for more than six years.
Oracle will release 46 patches on Tuesday for products including its Oracle Database 10g, Application Server and E-Business Suite.
Dell plans to sell computers with preinstalled Linux outside the US as well as offer the Ubuntu Linux distribution to small business customers.
Users are being advised to upgrade to newer versions of the RealPlayer and Helix Player multimedia products because of a critical security flaw.
Symantec Wednesday released a beta of its new enterprise security product, formerly code-named Hamlet, that melds technology from several of the company's acquisitions over the last few years.
US software company Beatnik is approaching mobile phone operators with a new music download system that compresses songs up to 10 times more than the MP3 format, allowing for faster downloads on lower-end mobile phones equipped with the company's software.
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.