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Premium-Inhalt. Fallout from the Global Payments fiasco that could affect potentially millions of credit cardholders continues. First, Visa over the weekend dropped the Atlanta-based credit card processor from its ranks as a partner "compliant" in accepted industry data security standards.
Premium-Inhalt. Oracle and Google have failed to settle their intellectual property dispute and appear headed to court on April 16.
Premium-Inhalt. Last month Michael Dell let the world know that Dell is “not really a PC company.” Today, Dell announced that it has that extends Dell’s portfolio of products and services even further beyond the traditional PC market.
Premium-Inhalt. If you need to digitize printed documents or photos while on the go, the fits the bill--and it does so with a twist. About the size of a roll of aluminum foil and weighing about 1.5 pounds, this $250 (as of March 8, 2012) can turn printed items into PDFs or JPGs, and then send them wirelessly to a PC, a mobile device, or the Web in a matter of seconds.
Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the story "Australian research organization settles Wi-Fi patent litigation" posted Monday cited a number for the companies that the CSIRO settled with. The number has been removed from the subhead and the lead. The story has been fixed on the wire, and the corrected lead follows.
Premium-Inhalt. Australia's scientific research organization has reached an out-of-court settlement with an undisclosed number of technology companies that will now pay to license its wireless local area networking (WLAN) technology invented in the early 1990s.
Premium-Inhalt. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed a brief on Friday asking a federal court to figure out a way to return data to Megaupload users cut off from their files in January.
Premium-Inhalt. One rumor has Apple getting physical with iOS gaming; Consumer Reports's ability to hold two contradictory ideas in its head has yet to cause a psychotic break; and an indie movie about Steve Jobs gets half a man as its lead. The remainders for Monday, April 2, 2012 tip their hats to the new constitution.
Premium-Inhalt. If, as reported, Facebook is building a search engine to rival Google's, then the competition between the two Internet giants has intensified further.
Premium-Inhalt. TV enthusiasts, get ready to sell the car or take out a second mortgage on the home--LG Electronics reportedly plans to introduce its first 55-inch OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TV in May.
Premium-Inhalt. The Toshiba Satellite P755D is a decent multimedia laptop, with a Blu-ray drive, Harman/Kardon stereo speakers, and a 15.6-inch widescreen high-def display. This "high-performance" model in Toshiba's "everyday value" Satellite line lists for $700 (as of April 2, 2012). Its quad-core won't set any speed records, however.
Premium-Inhalt. IETF pranksters this weekend revealed their latest April Fools' Day requests for comments, including one that outlines use of Hide-and-Go-Seek techniques to encourage network privacy.
Premium-Inhalt. Android fans love to criticize Apple's locked-down strategy when it comes to hardware, iTunes content, and the iOS platform. But a study from the mobile advertising firm Flurry suggests Apple is on to something. Users of Amazon Appstore, on average, spend three times the amount they're spending on . Why? That's something Amazon, Apple and its millions of iOS users know - it's all about convenience.
Premium-Inhalt. A conference call held Monday by payment processing vendor Global Payments Inc. to explain a that exposed data on at least 1.5 million credit and debit card holders, left unanswered questions about the breach.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's next Xbox console may include a Blu-ray player and require a steady Internet connection, according to a new report.
Premium-Inhalt. The Origin Chronos packs a ton of power in a (relatively) small package. This performance PC is built inside a low-profile Silverstone case, and offers blazing-fast performance on our new WorldBench 7 benchmark suite.
Premium-Inhalt. With an eye to the threat horizon several years out, organizations can no longer afford to leave responsibility for managing security risks at the door of the information security department. Instead, organizations must adopt a much more strategic and business-based approach to risk management, says Steve Durbin, global vice president of the Information Security Forum (ISF).
Premium-Inhalt. Dell's plan to buy Wyse Technology is an effort to boost its client hardware portfolio and protect the company from the effects of the recent slowdown in PC sales, analysts said on Monday.
Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo on Monday released an open-source Web application framework called Mojito that aims to make it faster for developers to write apps that can run on all major device platforms, including smartphones, PCs, iOS and Android.
Premium-Inhalt. Ethernet has gained speed many times, and now it may be about to lose weight.
Premium-Inhalt. Public-sector ERP (enterprise resource planning) software projects historically have experienced some of the industry's most dramatic cost overruns and delays, a fact that a new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office brings into sharp relief.
Premium-Inhalt. Thanks to increasingly sophisticated technology and ongoing economic uncertainty, are flourishing today, including check fraud. The prevalence of mobile and wireless technologies and the increasing ease of access to high-quality printing and duplication technology are making it easier for criminals to steal credentials, and create counterfeit checks.
Premium-Inhalt. Flashback, a Mac Trojan horse that’s been in the public eye since it was uncovered by security firm Intego last year, has a new trick up its sleeve: It .
Premium-Inhalt. Brent Stahlheber of Auto Club Group - AAA Ask a Premier 100 IT Leader Brent R. Stahlheber Title: Senior vice president and CIO Organization: Auto Club Group - AAA
Premium-Inhalt. A Massachusetts company is one step closer to delivering its flying car after testing a production prototype.
Premium-Inhalt. Overheating issues? Easily breakable? "Whatever," say consumers. The new is still the best tablet around.
Premium-Inhalt. Dell's announcement on Monday that it had finalized an agreement to acquire thin client maker Wyse allows the company to fill a portfolio gap that had been exploited by competitors such as HP, according to industry experts.
Premium-Inhalt. Revenge, it turns out, is a dish best served on a smart phone.
Premium-Inhalt. The Asus G75 high-end gaming powerhouse is the newest laptop that will feature Intel's third-generation , and you can preorder it now.