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Asian Undersea Cable Disruption Slows Internet Access

A segment of the Asia-Pacific Cable Network 2 (APCN2) undersea cable network between China and Taiwan suffered a serious cable fault on Wednesday, causing...

Asian Undersea Cable Disruption Slows Internet Access

Internet access for some Southeast Asian users slowed on Wednesday as a result of undersea cable faults near Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Baseball Book Spurs Microsoft Patent Model

Microsoft's Intellectual Property Group is turning to a baseball book in hopes to devise a way to better assess IP costs.

Intel to Offer Larrabee Details at Siggraph Conference

Intel will share details of its upcoming Larrabee graphics chip at the Siggraph conference in New Orleans next week.

Graphics Chip Shipments Surge on Optimism Over PC Demand

Sales of graphics chips jumped 31.3 percent during the second quarter, yet another sign of stronger PC demand.

Palm Brings ITunes Synching Back to the Pre

Palm reenabled iTunes synching for owners of its Pre smartphone on Thursday, overcoming a recent Apple move that blocked the handset's access.

EMC's Hauck: $2.1B Bet on Data Domain Will Pay off

Earlier this month, EMC signed a US$2.1 billion agreement to acquire data deduplication specialist Data Domain, declaring victory over rival Network Appliance in...

Dell Struggles as Asia's PC Market Starts Growing Again

The worst effects of the economic slowdown may be over for Asia's PC market, but Dell is struggling to keep up.

Bug in Firefox 3.5.1 Isn't Exploitable, Mozilla Says

A bug discovered in the latest version of Firefox is not exploitable, Mozilla said on Sunday.

HTC Issues Hotfix for Bluetooth Vulnerability in Smartphones

HTC released a software update on Thursday that fixes a Bluetooth vulnerability disclosed earlier this week.

Malaysian Foreign Ministry's Web Site Compromised

The Web site of Malaysia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs was compromised by hackers, Websense Security Labs said.

China, Indonesia Led Asian PC Sales Higher in Q2, Intel Says

Strong PC demand from consumers in China and Southeast Asia gave Intel's Asian business a boost during the second quarter.

HTC Smartphones Left Vulnerable to Bluetooth Attack

A vulnerability in some HTC phones running Windows Mobile leaves users vulnerable to attack over Bluetooth.

Massive Computer Upgrade Underway for Singapore's Gov't

A massive upgrade to computers and networks used by government agencies in Singapore is moving ahead on schedule.

AMD Kicks off the Week With Five New Server Chips

AMD added three low-power chips to its line of Six-Core Opteron processors on Monday.