Asia/Pacific IT services market expected to be fastest growing region
Stories by Joris Evers
Sale is "good value" for BT shareholders says Bt
British Telecommunications PLC (BT) is in talks to sell its interests in Japan Telecom Co. including its stake in the mobile division J-Phone Communications Co. Ltd. to rival Vodafone Group PLC. The discussions also include Vodafone acquiring BT's stake in Spain's Airtel Moviles SA, BT and Vodafone confirmed Tuesday.
Microsoft's Windows Explorer and Web browser Internet Explorer (IE) can be tricked into masking dangerous files as innocent ones, a security specialist said Monday.
Move is similar to deal with Toysrus.com last year
Reprogramming all phones not a viable solution
Fresh in the Top Five of headaches for chief information officers (CIOs) after "How do I spend my information technology (IT) budget wisely?" is "How long will I keep my job?" according to analysts at Gartner Group Inc.
Online marketplaces won't be significant to online commerce for two years
Amazon.com Inc. subsidiary Bibliofind.com said Monday that hackers stole the company's customer records, including credit card information, according to a report in the online edition of The Wall Street Journal published Tuesday.
Napster's $US1 billion offer to settle ongoing litigation in the U.S. is only applauded by its present backers. Adversaries are telling the company behind the popular music-swapping service to act like a responsible business and stop its media offensive.
Hefty loss can partly be attributed to merger costs
Only a minor effort to distribute DNS servers
Napster will launch a subscription service this summer that promises high-quality music downloads, a spokesman for German media conglomerate Bertelsmann AG has confirmed.
Only 9% of European sites ask permission to sell information customer provides
Error more likely than attack as cause