Governments of the world have to take control of the Internet to save it from buckling under the increasing pressure of worms, viruses and other cyberattacks, Eugene Kaspersky, head of antivirus research at Kaspersky Labs Ltd. of Moscow said.
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Microsoft is working on software that will add basic support for eight more languages to its Windows XP Tablet PC Edition operating system, it said Wednesday.
Baan Co. NV will push its business intelligence products to customers worldwide under a new initiative called "Measure Up" that the software maker plans to announce Wednesday at the CeBIT trade show in Hanover, Germany.
The heads of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV Tuesday independently called for industry cooperation to achieve the convergence of IT and consumer electronics.
Forrester Research Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) George Colony on his first visit to Hanover, Germany, stepped on familiar territory, proclaiming Web services will be the next big thing in IT.
A second build of the successor to Microsoft's Windows XP appeared on the Internet late last week but Windows watchers who tested the software don't see major advances to get excited about yet.
A 22-year-old British man has been sentenced to two years in prison for creating and sending out three computer viruses, one of the toughest sentences given so far to a virus writer.