Google data is not the only data to be compromised by attacks by Chinese hackers, according to a report by iDefense.
Facebook has teamed up with McAfee to offer a free six-month subscription to its security software.
There are some benchmarks. Or some Powerpoint slides. As TG Daily reported earlier, Nvidia flew in a gaggle of European journalists just when CES was all done and dusted, to brief them on Fermi, expected to be formally announced on Sunday week, January 17.
Iranian hackers brought down Baidu, China's biggest search engine, this morning, and battle ensued - but nobody has any idea why.
A document obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) using Freedom of Information Act laws, clearly demonstrates that scanners used at US airports will store and transmit passenger images.
Coming into the CES show Apple had a near lock on the news with speculation about their coming iSlate and just as the show started Google launched their Nexus One which looked like it might steal the show much as the iPhone did two years ago.
The worst kept secret in Vegas is currently underway in the MGM Grand as Nvidia flew in a select group of hacks just as the rest of us journos jetted off home from the scintillating city of sin.
An interview on French TV with an executive from Orange appears to have let the Apple Tablet cat out of the bag.
MSI has introduced a motherboard that allows gamers to simultaneously run multiple GPUs from different companies.
Memory firm Kingston Technology said it has started shipping 24GB DDR3 memory kits.
UK company Light Blue Optics (LBO) has launched an interactive projector that turns any flat surface into a 10 inch touch screen.
Intel has introduced its 2010 Core family of processors, which include i7, i5 and i3 chips. The company also unveiled several product platform updates, such as Centrino Wi-Fi and WiMAX adapters.
When Apple introduces its tablet machine later on this month, it's unlikely to have an Intel chip inside.
At his keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Microsoft, is likely to show off a tablet PC.
Shipments of monitors for the desktop market have been hit really hard by the credit crunch.
An ARM-based reference smartbook for under $200 marks Freescale's adventure into challenging the hegemony of Intel.
Millions of people are still using the same password for everything, leaving them vulnerable to fraud, according to a new report.
Because the truth is that Microsoft and Intel have attempted to push this concept for years - and they pushed at a door that hardly opened.
Feds confiscate laptop and threaten to cancel lucrative contract