Nokia will launch a new service next year that allows people who buy certain Nokia phones to download music for free for a year after they purchase the device.
Adobe Systems Inc. Monday announced a new, more video-friendly version of Flash Media Server that also introduces a less expensive single-server edition.
Red Hat has launched a real-time version of Linux, aimed at applications needing predictable responses, from process control to financial market traders.
Facebook's Beacon ad service may, ironically, be the best thing that's happened to the online privacy movement in a while.
Industry watchers expect a "Hurricane" to hit New York in late January. That's because January 29 is when Juniper Networks has scheduled a daylong event in New York City to unveil its "vision, strategy and technology innovations" for the enterprise m...
Macquarie Hosting, a division of Macquarie Telecom has selected Sun Microsystems as its preferred data centre supplier for servers following a complete procurement review based predominantly on 'green' criteria.
Pinched by microprocessor price wars, Intel and Advanced Micro Devices are trying to move away from competing over prices, to competing on microprocessor features and functionality instead, according to a study released by iSuppli on Monday.
Microsoft will change the user experience of its automatic anti-piracy checks in Windows Vista and also make it harder for hackers to bypass the system in the first service pack for the OS due out early next year.
A scientist who successfully connected a moth's brain to a robot predicts that in 10 to 15 years we'll be using "hybrid" computers running a combination of technology and living organic tissue.
Two brothers convicted of running a phony Salvation Army Web site that purportedly raised money for Hurricane Katrina victims were both sentenced to more than 100 months in jail.
Just four days after releasing version 22.214.171.124 of Firefox 2.0 to fix six known bugs, browser developers at Mozilla Corp. had to scramble push out another update -- version 126.96.36.199 -- to fix a new bug that caused problems when the browser was render...
If you think that just because you have never signed up for Facebook you're immune to the tracking and collecting of user activities outside of this popular social networking site, think again.
Motorola's chief technology officer has left the company, just days after Motorola announced it will replace CEO Ed Zander.
A study was released yesterday warning of a rise in international cyber spying, labelling it the single biggest threat to the enterprise in 2008.
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