Rachel Willis, the model and actress who plays AOL UK's cyber-genie Connie in its ads, was attacked yesterday evening on her way home in South London.
AnalysisThe sedate world of PC disposal has been rocked by a study which suggest deficiencies in many commercial datawiping products. But were the tests fair? John Leyden reports.
Microsoft has issued a 'critical' security update after the discovery of a buffer overflow vulnerability which may allow an attacker to execute malicious code against the majority of MSN Messenger users.
The case against ElcomSoft, employers of freed Russian programmer Dmitry Sklyarov, will go to trial after a judge yesterday denied the company's motions to dismiss the case.
NTL filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection yesterday as part of its ongoing strategy to save the business from crippling debt.
The Football Association Web site was swamped with traffic this morning, as football fan's throughout the country waited for first news of England's World Cup squad.
BTopenworld is to cut the number of hours its Internet users are allowed to stay online in what is being regarded as a move to cajole users to upgrade to broadband.
People have been wondering why a conservative company like SuSE would go with two x.0 versions, theirs and KDE's, to form the core of their latest distro; and I must say that on the basis of my experience with x.0's I was ready for some comic frustration when I installed SuSE 8.0-Pro the other day.
Hackers can clone mobile phone SIM cards in minutes, and make calls at their victims' expense.
Last month Microsoft pulled the plugs on Hailstorm, aka .NET My Services, after failing to find partners willing to trust the company with their data. Hailstorm was kind of important to the whole .NET strategy, and one could therefore wonder about what was left of the latter after the former was gone, but it wasn't gone as such - it was just back in the labs for serious revision.
HPaq has offered us some clarification on how it will juggle the rival blade offerings - from Compaq and the Old HP.
The first all-in-one desktop PC to feature Transmeta's low processor is now available in Japan.