Microsoft shrugged off HD DVD's demise, declining to say if or when it would support Blu-ray Disc for the Xbox.
Apple cut the price of its iPod shuffle, the least expensive of its music players, by AUD$34, and will launch an AUD$89 2GB model later this month, the company announced Tuesday.
By now Toshiba's decision to [[ArtId:1019495862 | no longer develop]], manufacture, or market HD DVD players and recorders is public knowledge. What's next for the company, and for consumers who bought into the format it supported? A close look at T...
Toshiba and SanDisk will build a new state-of-the-art flash memory chip factory together starting in 2009, and will share the output from it, the companies announced Tuesday.
As expected, Enterasys last week said it completed certification for VoIP vendor ShoreTel's Technology Partner Program.
CSIRO has developed a prototype portable device that will allow people to do business across the Internet on any computer in a trusted manner.
Maintaining a large number of Linux servers to power its search and Web application services is at the heart of Google's business and, until now, has remained a closely guarded secret.
A case of Internet censorship in Finland has garnered a lot of attention and may alter the secretive way Web sites are blocked, according to a privacy organization.
Microsoft unveiled a new program that will offer as many as 1 billion high school and university students free access to its development and design tools.
Microsoft is moving to counter some scathing comments regarding a security paper authored by researchers at its Cambridge, England, facility.
Updates that Microsoft began feeding Windows Vista users last week to prep PCs for next month's release of Service Pack 1 (SP1) have crippled some machines, according to messages posted to the company's support site.
Symantec unveiled Symantec Online Backup and Symantec Online Storage for Backup Exec, a set of encrypted services designed to provide hosted data storage and disaster recovery services for small and midsize businesses.
Toshiba will discontinue its HD DVD products, it said Tuesday, handing victory to rival high definition disc format Blu-ray Disc.
Apple refreshed its storage line-up as it launched Xsan 2, an update for its Storage Area Network (SAN) file system, and quit the RAID storage hardware business.
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