Following the launch of Intel Corp.'s quad-core Xeon 7300 processor on Wednesday, the company's efforts are now focused on preparations for the rollout of its first Penryn chips later this year. And there are signs the company is planning an early 2008 release of its Silverthorne chip for ultramobile PCs and handheld devices.
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The latest version of Oracle's flagship database offers better security than earlier versions, but development errors have left vulnerabilities that attackers can use to steal data, an expert warned Monday.
A German security expert has been turned away at the US border by immigration officials while on his way to present at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas.
The number of Chinese Internet users hit 162 million at the end of June, growing at the fastest rate since 2004, the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) said Wednesday.
Hackers are working to unlock Apple Inc.'s iPhone, but the job appears to be more difficult than initially expected.
Symantec Corp. declared its compensation offer for Chinese users who saw their computers damaged by a bad software update a success Sunday, but declined to say how many users had accepted the deal.
The average zero-day bug has a lifespan of 348 days before it is discovered or patched, but some vulnerabilities live on for much longer, according to security vendor Immunity's chief executive officer.
Hackers may successfully unlock an iPhone in as soon as three to seven days, according to a representative of one effort that aims to unlock Apple Inc.'s new handset.
Efforts to unlock Apple's iPhone continued on Monday, with hackers claiming "very significant progress."
When it comes to protecting the privacy of its users, Google ranks worse than any other Internet company, according to an interim report by Privacy International. The international watchdog group also accused Google of engaging in a smear campaign in response to its findings, and demanded an apology.
Intel will stop using lead in its upcoming microprocessors, eliminating one of the most toxic components used in semiconductors from its product line.
Microsoft Corp. reportedly wants open-source software users to pay royalties on 235 alleged patent violations.
Google has issued a brief apology for using part of a software application developed by rival Sohu.com in a recently released Chinese software tool of its own.
Yahoo Inc. will give users of its free Web-based e-mail service access to unlimited storage capacity starting in May, according to a post on a company blog.
Google Inc. is testing a <a href="http://books.google.cn/">book search service</a> in China that allows users to search and read the full text of books.