Ten national privacy regulators have slammed Google for its lack of respect for online privacy
Security researchers have won a few battles against spam, but spam is still winning the war, with volumes up 6 percent year on year, according to Google
The European Commission will launch a public consultation on the issue of network neutrality this quarter.
Henry Edward Roberts, designer of the Altair 8800 personal computer that inspired Bill Gates and Paul Allen to enter the software business, has died aged 68.
Exalead delivers searchable transcripts of videos of Nicolas Sarkozy's speeches on the French presidential Web site
The GSM Association is promoting a system that will let mobile operators "crowd-source" spam reports from customers, to help curb spam in text messages.
A leaked document appears to have brought a swift response to calls from the European Commission and the New Zealand government on Monday for greater...
Acer's K11 Pico Projector fits VGA and HDMI ports into a package weighing 610 grams. It will go on sale by late April, Acer staff at Cebit said.
Google, PayPal and Equifax are the first identity providers to offer access to government Web sites via a new trust framework operated by Open Identity Exchange
Concerns over privacy mean Google has yet to launch its Street View service in Germany, a year-and-a-half after its cars began photographing German streets.
Vimov is offering developers writing for the Apple iPad a head-start in testing their apps using an iPhone as a multitouch controller for Apple's iPad simulator
Software AG opened a beta version of its social network for business process modeling on Tuesday, a year after it first announced the service.
At the opening ceremony of the Cebit trade show, Spain's president, Germany's chancellor and SAP's new co-CEO said we must train more engineers.
Security experts investigating Internet attacks on Google and other companies say computers at Chinese schools may have been involved, say media reports