Microsoft has been fairly reticent about the development of the next client version of its Windows OS, code-named Windows 7. But in a blog entry Thursday, Microsoft said it will finally give developers their first in-depth look at the OS at its forth...
Intel has released part of the draft specification for USB 3.0, a move that could speed up the release of the next-generation data transfer standard.
The number of hosted e-mail seats will grow by nearly 40 percent in the next four years, with small-to-midsize businesses contributing to a portion of the boost, according to a new study by The Radicati Group.
Replacing different-capacity WAN accelerators with a standard-sized but software-limited box can cut costs and reduce upgrade woes, Expand Networks has claimed.
Defying a bad economy and what is normally a bad season for computer chip sales, worldwide PC microprocessor shipments in the second quarter of this year reached what IDC analysts called record levels.
A study by the boutique consultancy Voke finds corporate software development in a state of dysfunction marked by budget woes, protracted project lengths and dissatisfied end users.
The botnet created by a teenager who was arrested by Dutch police in a sting operation is most notable for its total reliance on social engineering to spread, computer security experts said Thursday.
Sun Microsystems on Thursday is releasing source code for the Java ME-based (Micro Edition) Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT), a move intended to address fragmentation in the mobile development space.
Yahoo has filled the two empty seats on its board of directors by picking former Viacom CEO Frank J. Biondi Jr. and former Nextel CEO John H. Chapple, the company said Thursday.
Google has increased the options for sharing feeds in its Reader product, giving users more control over this feature.
VMware's new CEO Paul Maritz has apologized to customers in a company blog posting after a major bug prevented VMware users from logging on to virtual servers this week.
Former Apple Inc. General Counsel Nancy Heinen has agreed to pay US$2.2 million to settle charges leveled by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that she helped backdate stock options for company executives, including CEO Steve Jobs, co...
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate John McCain, sometimes criticized for admitting to not using the Internet much, flexed his technology credentials while outlining his opinions about online security and privacy on Thursday.
Microsoft this week updated its Mac business suites, Office 2008 and Office 2004, to patch several security bugs and add other enhancements.
EA and Maxis Wednesday announced that the highly-anticipated Spore has gone gold (or if you want to be cute about it, the splitting of cells has begun).
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