Intel wants to be inside your next cell phone. The microprocessor giant is introducing a wireless Internet-on-a-chip processor that integrates communications, applications processing, and memory functions--the key components of a smart cell phone.
Motorola will launch a mobile phone that runs Linux later this year, it said Thursday, introducing yet another software platform for mobile phones.
Representative Mike Honda, a California Democrat, intently watches an online military equipment tracking demonstration. The server retrieves a table of supplies, then generates a map of its routing.
Epic Games Inc. is working to fix vulnerabilities in its Unreal gaming system, Vice President Mark Reins said in an e-mail sent to Bugtraq, a security mailing list, on Tuesday.
The next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Office, now known as Office 11, will likely be called Office 2003 from the release of the second beta version early next month, according to sources familiar with Microsoft's plans.
With Valentine's Day quickly approaching love may be in the air, but it's nothing compared to the amount of romance that's happening 24 hours a day, every day, online.
Internet mammoth Yahoo Inc. will soon be offering premium services to customers who provide their own Internet access, in a move aimed at expanding its reach to a broader audience of Net users.
A group of free software advocates plan to protest at a Washington conference designed to promote open source and free software to governments because a representative from Microsoft Corp. is scheduled to speak there.
Microsoft at the VSLive show has previewed several upcoming development tools, including an incremental release of its development environment, Visual Studio .Net 2003.
The small and medium business sector holds a wealth of opportunity for broadband resellers, according to Rosemary Sinclair, managing director of the Australian Telecommunications Users Group (ATUG).
Punch Networks Corp. is adding Java-based MP3 playback to its Punch WebGroups Web storage and sharing application, while touting the new feature as a copyright-friendly answer to Napster-style file sharing.
The steady growth in the density and performance of microprocessors described by Moore's Law may go on only for the next eight to 12 years with today's conventional technology, the author of that law said Monday.
Hoping to cash in on expected growth in demand for mobile data services, Taiwanese electronics maker BenQ plans to release in the third quarter a smart phone based on Symbian's operating system.
A lawsuit filed last July by seven major news organizations to stop pop-up online advertising company The Gator from displaying its ads on their Web sites has been settled, but the outcome has been sealed by the court.
In a move to keep tabs on Internet music sales so that artists are compensated, a music industry group has launched a new tracking system for digital music files.
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