A class action lawsuit claims that the loss of 100,000 records of employees at Department of Homeland Security constitutes a breach of the Privacy Act.
SAP opens the first day of its Sapphire Vienna users group with a raft of tech-based announcements.
Symantec has upgraded its Control Compliance Suite in an attempt to integrate policy management, automated technical configurations and procedural response assessments.
Microsoft's chairman will use his opening WinHEC keynote to talk about what Windows has done to inspire quality advances in system design innovation, including how Vista did in the first 100 days of availability.
Swedish researchers have found a way to increase the weight of people with Alzheimer's, by improving communication and patient involvement, altering meal routines and providing a more homely eating environment
What was it like to walk round the Colosseum when the Roman Empire was at its height? How would the experience have differed from that of a tourist today?
Researchers at the University of Warwick have found that the standard British cooking habit of boiling vegetables severely damages the anticancer properties of many Brassica vegetables such as broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cauliflower ...
Scientists have shown that a single 2.5mg dose of vitamin D may be enough to boost the immune system to fight against tuberculosis (TB) and similar bacteria for at least 6 weeks. Their findings came from a study that identified ...
Keeping at arm's length won't protect you from catching an infectious disease, according to new research by Queensland University of Technology which reveals airborne viruses can spread far and wide.
Close on the heels of a large-scale clinical trial just underway to confirm that the female hormone estriol combats the effects of multiple sclerosis (MS) in women, a just completed pilot study at UCLA now shows promise for ...
New research may shift the view of the gender gap in the tech workplace away from a lack of interest among females to the work environment itself, which women rated as unfavorable.
Texas Instruments, whose calculators helped make the company a household name, has found a way to help teachers quickly identify students who may be failing math, CEO Rich Templeton said on May 14.
Q&A: James Gosling, the father of Java, sits down for a candid interview with eWEEK about the open-sourcing of Java.
The new Platform V mega-system offers virtually unlimited scalability plus both virtualization and thin provisioning to provide what the company claims is "the most advanced storage system on the planet."
The new portable network analysis appliance can be used to troubleshoot periodic network, application and security problems that are hard to recreate.