Merrill Lynch has selected IPC Systems to provide advanced voice over IP (VOIP) trading systems in a global deal.
Nokia had a setback in the pursuit in its battle with Qualcomm, with the dismissal of a case the handset giant filed in the Netherlands.
The US House of Representatives has passed a bill designed to streamline VOIP providers' connections to emergency dialing 911 networks.
Microsoft announced the availability of Customer Care Framework (CCF) 2008 today, replacing the 2005 Framework edition.
Two consumer advocacy groups have asked the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether new advertising initiatives announced last week by social networking sites MySpace and Facebook adequately protect consumer privacy.
Sun Microsystems CEO, Jonathan Schwartz, unveiled the company's virtualisation product line, xVM, at Oracle's OpenWorld conference in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Much has been made of the stereotypical characteristics of the generations that followed the Baby Boomer era. The same can be said of the latest generation, but Gartner Inc. warns marketers to define them by their online actions rather than their bir...
While Apple is tight-lipped about the introduction of new Mac systems with Intel's latest Penryn processors, analysts said the company's Unix-based Xserve servers could be the first to include the power-efficient Penryn chips.
Bill Gates, regarded as one of the world's brightest and richest, made a mistake.
Yahoo Tuesday settled a lawsuit brought against it on behalf of imprisoned Chinese journalist Shi Tao, and pro-democracy writer Wang Xiaoning, according to court documents. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed.
Apple's new Leopard operating system took a sizable bite of the Japanese retail operating system market during October and accounted for over half of all sales of packaged operating system software despite being on sale for only the last six days of ...
Microsoft is about to release a major update to its Windows Live OneCare security suite, according to online retailers, who have already begun taking orders for the software.
Microsoft Tuesday released two security bulletins that fixed a pair of flaws in Windows, including a vulnerability that had been the root of a monthslong debate over patching responsibility.
Two months after launching the first beta of Lotus Symphony, its free OpenOffice.org-based desktop office suite, IBM today unveiled the second beta of the suite with a raft of improvements and bug fixes.
Oracle executives responsible for product development across the company joined together at Oracle OpenWorld user conference on Tuesday to shed some light on current marching orders concerning Oracle's application, database and middleware technology ...
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