Sony Pictures says it's working with the FBI to find out the identities of the people who posted confidential data from its Web sites online yesterday.
The same group that hacked PBS's Web site over the weekend says it has compromised the personal information and passwords of "over 1 million" Sony customers.
LaCie introduces the 5big Storage Server, an NAS server powered by Microsoft's Windows Storage Server.
It turns out that no matter how technologically savvy we get in the world, we could always be betrayed by the "meat puppets behind the servers." Thanks for that one, Donald. And human error does appear to be what happened to Amazon, and also the Yankees. DSLReports, on the other hand, just plain got hacked. And it would also appear there's no one equipped to help us with our little data leakage issues, since the FBI's own cyber-security agents admit they're not up to the task. But there's even worse news than that: the white iPhone is 0.2mm thicker than the black one. THE HUMANITY! --Molly
Ashampoo warns customers about potential for malware hiding in e-mails using the company name.
The social network's new Open Compute Project allows industry peers to access the design and power specifications of the large data centers and servers Facebook uses at its Prineville, Ore., location.
D-Link announces the availability of its ShareCenter dual-bay network storage devices, the DNS-320 and the DNS-325.
The new version of Windows Home Server has officially been released, with the product due to reach TechNet and MSDN subscribers in early April and start showing up on computers in May.
The removal of Drive Extender from the next major version of Windows Home Server is not the end of the feature. Third-party developers are working to bring it back.