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GoDaddy follows Google

With China's views on the Internet becoming ever more unpopular with western companies, another Internet giant has decided to halt its business in China, according to PC World. The world's leading domain registrar, GoDaddy, has... More...

Honeybees inspire efficient servers

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a honeybee dance-inspired communications system, which they claim helps Internet servers work more efficiently. The new system reduces the possibility of a web site's becoming overwhelmed... More...

Spammers Hit YouTube's E-Mail Servers

According to security firm Marshal, spammers are using YouTube's servers and the service@youtube.com address to send massive quantities of unsolicited email, which appear to derive from the video-sharing site's 'Invite Your Friends' feature. The emails... More...

Apple Servers Drive New EU Supercomputer

A startup on Tuesday unveiled plans at the Apple Expo here to build a distributed supercomputer cluster that could use some thousands of Apple Computer Inc.'s Xserve servers. The high-performance network will be installed along... More...

Sun Unveils New Opteron Based Servers

Sun introduced its new "industry-standard" 64-bit server line today in New York City. The company hopes that its new AMD based server series will compete with server market giants Dell and Hewlett-Packard. Sun... More...

DNS servers, an internet problem?

In a scan of 2.5 million DNS (Domain Name System) servers, which act as the White Pages of the Internet, security researcher Dan Kaminsky found that approximately 230,000 DNS servers could be vulnerable to a... More...

Spammers Straining DNS Servers

eWeek reports that spammers' latest tactics are causing problems for the very backbone of the internet. They're sending out e-mails pretending to be from non-existent domain names, in an attempt to disguise their true identities.... More...

BitTorrent servers under attack

A flood of data has hammered several of the tracking servers for BitTorrent downloads, according to LokiTorrent, a Torrent network hub. The attacks apparently targeted the central BitTorrent directories used by people... More...

IE Exploit Targets Banner Ad Servers

The ubiquitous banner ad has become the latest delivery mechanism for exploit code targeting a known flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer browser. During a 12-hour window over the weekend, hackers broke into a load... More...

HP launch massive storage servers

HP claims to have launched the storage industries most powerful storage solution. The HP StorageWorks XP12000 Disk Array was setup in partnership with technology from Hitachi. HP is also making a bold claim to have... More...

IBM switches on Power5 servers

IBM officially introduced its heavily anticipated Power5 server line on Monday. As previously reported, the servers are the first generation of boxes using IBM's new Power5 processor, a 64-bit chip meant to compete... More...

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