Intel Wednesday laid out its vision of the future with a show-and-tell that focused on multi-core chips, cars with cameras and brains, and robots that use electromagnetic fields to sense touch.
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Mozilla Wednesday set next Tuesday, June 17, as the release date for Firefox 3.0, the first major upgrade of the open-source browser in nearly 20 months.
Nearly overlooked in the hoopla over its new 3G smart phone this week has been Apple's creation of an iPhone development platform, analysts said Thursday.
When astronauts first step foot on Mars, they won't be alone.
Two U.S. Congressmen on Wednesday accused China of hacking their office computers, possibly compromising information on Chinese dissidents, the Congressmen and news reports said.
TelstraClear, the New Zealand arm of Telstra (ASX: TLS), offers the highest value fixed line services for low-end and high-end users, according to a report from the New Zealand Commerce Commission. But Vodafone offers the best value for the typical u...
University of Utah officials this week acknowledged that a metal box of backup tapes containing billing records of some 2.2 million patients was stolen early this month from the car of a courier who left it in a parked car overnight outside his home.
Red Hat has settled patent infringement claims brought against it by Firestar Software and DataTern, the company announced Wednesday.
Deployment of a national access card will be a job for private industry, not government, according to the federal Human Services Minister, Joe Ludwig.
Toshiba plans to introduce two new 1.8-in. hard drives, which the company claims can reduce the storage footprint in ultra-portable and sub-notebook PCs by as much as 40% compared to traditional 2.5-in. drives.
The virtualized "desktop 2.0" is about to kill once and for all the idea that a PC needs to be a physical device, Citrix CEO Mark Templeton has predicted.
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