Customers of AT&T's remote access enterprise solution will be able to connect to corporate networks from public locations across Eastern Europe, the UK, and China.
Activity in mobile payment services will be a mass-market service by 2014, according to Ovum's new report.
IT Managers Under-estimate the Impact of Data Loss: Survey
Worldwide sales of smart phones increased in the fourth quarter of 2008, but not as much as they had earlier in the year.
Security firm F-Secure reports that consumers are wary of using credit cards on sites, but like online banking.
LG Electronics has begun to develop power-saving mobile phones.
The Philippines send the most SMS messages last year, totaling 6.37 billion text missives and even more multimedia. Who's the runner up?
Starting February, Microsoft Office users in Hong Kong can test their software's authenticity with a new anti-counterfeiting tool.
A review of 2008 by security firm Sophos finds American websites host more malware and spew more spam.
Security Firm Calls for Organization to Patrol Internet
The online underground economy is booming, and the cybercrooks can't do it without you, Symantec warns.
One-third of global semiconductor sales went to electronics manufacturers in China, a study finds.
Researcher identifies countries, business types hit most often by spam.
Business Software Alliance, in recognition of department's efforts in promoting the use of genuine software in businesses.
Kroll Ontrack says it can recover files and folders on virtual systems using its new proprietary technology.
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