Chinese police have arrested eight people in connection with the release of last month's notorious "panda burning joss-sticks" virus, according to official reports.
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Seagate Technology claims to have launched the fastest hard drive, while ProStor has upped the capacity of its removable disk cartridges.
Cisco is set to announce two new partnerships in the VOIP arena, hoping that its newest technology will offer longer battery life.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has issued patches for three serious flaws in Kerberos v5, a widely used security authentication system. The worst of the flaws could allow an attacker to gain access to an entire authentication realm, according to MIT.
Adobe Systems has patched two bugs in its ubiquitous Acrobat Reader application that could allow an attacker to take over a user's system via a malicious pdf file attached to an e-mail message. The bugs affect Windows, Mac OS X and Unix.