Researchers who infiltrated a spam network have calculated that those sending unsolicited emails can make a profit by attracting just one sale from every 12.5 million spam emails.
A pre-beta version goes to developers in October, with the release date scheduled for January 2010.
Security vendor Sophos warns of e-mail promising an iPhone game that actually delivers malware to Windows systems.
The dual-touchscreen laptop from the One Laptop Per Child project will feature dual touchscreens and cost $80.
The so-called SuperSpeed USB is expected to enable transfer speeds of up to 4.8Gbps.
The new Scenicview Premium Line Eco range have power supplies that switch off completely in power-save mode.
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 will come with 60GB of storage capacity as standard.
Opera has released the first public beta of Opera Mobile 9.5, its web browser for mobile operating systems.
Actronix released a British version of Intel's Classmate PC as an entry-level laptop suited for children.
Be wary of e-mails with the headers like 'USA declares war on Iran'--Storm Worm is at it again.
Articles by Oliver Garnham