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b>NEW YORK/b>: Microsoft Corp claimed a victory in efforts to combat online banking fraud, saying it had confiscated several servers used to steal log-in names and passwords, disrupting some of the world's most sophisticated cybercrime rings.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe formation of the Malaysia Board of Technologists (MBOT) is a step closer to becoming reality.
A vaunted consumer watchdog organisation on Tuesday warned that Apple's new iPad is a bit hot to handle.US non-profit product testing group Consumer Reports reported that the new-generation iPad with its more powerful processor hit temperatures as high as 116°F (47°C), particularly when running videogames.
The worldwide PC market is forecast to experience very modest growth during the first half of 2012 but the release of Windows 8 and a new generation of Ultrabooks and other ultra-thin laptops will invigorate consumer demand for personal computers during the second half of the year.
More and more employees are opting to use their own personal devices in the workplace but what does this mean for corporate network security?
Apple is expected to reveal a new version of its coveted iPad tomorrow in its first major media event since the death of legendary founder and beloved pitchman Steve Jobs.
b>NEW YORK:/bOne of the world's most-wanted hackers secretly became an FBI informant last year, providing evidence that led to charges against five other suspected leaders of the Anonymous international hacking group.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Cisco Systems Inc's attempt to convince a European court to impose tougher conditions on Microsoft Corp's acquisition of Skype signals that technology companies are gearing up to battle for control of what some say is the next big thing: Videoconferencing.
b>SEATTLE/b>: For Steven Sinofsky, the stern but creative engineering manager who runs Microsoft Corp's flagship Windows division, Feb 29 is showtime.
JAPANESE women are so fond of their phones, they even use them in the shower, say manufacturers.