Meldungen vom 07.03.2009

  • Symantec identifies third Downadup/Conficker variant

    A third version of has been identified by , which says the new variant gives infected machines more powerful instructions to disable anti-virus software and analysis tools, among other actions. …mehr

  • Ruckus Wi-Fi gear goes upmarket

    As Cisco Systems enters the beam-forming Wi-Fi market, a pioneer of that technology, Ruckus Wireless, is taking aim at Cisco territory: large enterprises. …mehr

  • Mahalo CEO who hired convicted botnet leader

    Jason Calacanis, founder and CEO of search engine start-up, defends his decision to allow former security researcher at his firm even after discovering he was a convicted felon. …mehr

  • MacProVideo releases Lightroom, Pro Tools tutorials

    Video training specialist released two new tutorials this week, targeted to pro photographers and audio professionals. …mehr

  • Benchmarks: New Mac minis

    The , waiting patiently on the sidelines for the past 17 months, has . Though the new systems appears identical to the , there are some important changes internally--changes that have a positive impact to the tune of a 21 percent increase in overall system performance, according to our testing. …mehr

  • Mahalo CEO who hired convicted botnet leader

    The Computerworld story, "Interview: Mahalo CEO who hired convicted botnet leader," which ran on the wire Friday, misspelled the name John Schiefer in the first three paragraphs. The story on the wire has been corrected. …mehr

  • Get Restaurant Reviews With Yelp for iPhone

    You'd be hard-pressed to find a more opinionated, verbose, and downright catty group than the citizen reviewers on is one reason this user-driven business directory is so popular. Yelp, Inc. now offers an that lets you access all this snarkiness on the road while also finding local eateries, shops, and gas stations that are open when you need them. …mehr

  • California's data breach law may get an update

    California's landmark data-breach notification law will get another update, if State Senator Joe Simitian gets his way. …mehr

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