Ransomed data: the next IT threat?
A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.
Samsung banks on new flash disks
In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.
Apple Mac in Intel switch?
In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.
Netscape launched, patched
In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.
Phishers haven't given up yet
Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.
Patents 'hold us back`
Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.
Desktops next frontier for open source
Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.
Apple already patching Tiger
In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.
Apple wins round one of Tiger suit
In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.
SA could lead open source explosion
Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.
German spam invades SA
Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.