A Danish company has begun selling a cordless telephone handset that works with Skype and doesn't require a personal computer.
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Microsoft submitted the latest batch of technical information about its Windows operating system to the European Commission antitrust department Thursday, meeting the last in a string of deadlines imposed by the regulator over the past two years.
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Far Eastone Telecommunications has begun offering MSN/Windows Live Messenger to users of i-mode mobile phones, one of just a handful of companies offering the service globally.
The U.K. has decided to allow the use of low-power FM transmitters used to stream tunes from a portable music player to a car stereo.
The world's largest motherboard maker, Asustek Computer, has announced its latest motherboard designed around quad-core microprocessors from Intel.
Internode's push to increase broadband upload speeds by more than double has finally been registered by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). And in the process it becomes the first ISP offering upload speeds at 2.5Mbps.
A flaw in Mozilla's Firefox browser makes it easy for cybercriminals to steal user information on Web sites where users create their own pages, such as MySpace.com.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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