Business travelers will be able to use their BlackBerry smartphones to automatically forward e-mail to their ThinkPad notebook with a new device.
Microsoft would better protect users by severing Internet Explorer's connections to Windows, then patching the browser invisibly in the background.
The number of Internet users in China rose 41.9 percent to 298 million in 2008.
Shutting down a spam-friendly ISP banished the Storm and Srzibi botnets, but new threats quickly emerged
A group of industry pundits offer their boldest predictions for the companies, technologies and trends that will have a prosperous 2009 -- and those that won't.
About half of all data centers surveyed say they're cutting back in 2009.
Be wary of putting critical applications out of local reach, Ovum researchers suggest.
How Wai John Hui was the CEO of a company whose stock was inflated as a result of an online scam.
A security report finds that Chinese users are the top target for attacks.
Considering a smart phone? Will it do what you want it to? We tested four major platforms to see which is best for specific tasks.
An update to the Windows Genuine Advantage anticounterfeit notification and validation technology violates Chinese law, officials claim.
You'll find some pretty great rebates on SSD online.
Establish a 'green baseline' now to better determine how to improve sustainability later, Forrester analysts suggest.