Samsung Electronics has developed a mobile phone with a 7-megapixel camera and will show the device for the first time later this week at the Cebit show in Hanover, Germany, the company said Wednesday.
Yahoo has revamped the information resources section of its small business site, increasing the section's content tenfold, redesigning the layout and adding search functionality, according to a Yahoo executive.
The next version of Microsoft's MSN Messenger will offer improved video chat capabilities developed by Microsoft and Logitech, the companies said Wednesday.
Asus will offer what it claims to be the thinnest and lightest notebook PC with a 15-inch screen, the company said Wednesday at the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany.
Digital Mind Corp. on Wednesday announced the release of its DMC 8280, a digital music player compatible with Macs and PCs. The USB 2.0-based device features a 30GB hard disk drive and built-in FM transmitter, enabling its music to be heard on a car ...
EMC Wednesday rolled out a program of software and hardware packages to help small and mid-sized businesses back up, store, archive and protect the data in their networks.
Amazon.com has pulled back the curtain on its new development center in Bangalore, India to reveal it is focused on developing technologies in the area of search and Web services, according to an executive of the company.
In its latest move to expand beyond online auctions and to grow internationally, eBay late Tuesday said that it now runs Web sites offering free classified advertising in over 50 cities outside the U.S.
IBM Wednesday said it received final U.S. government approval to sell its PC division to Chinese PC vendor Lenovo Group, and expects to close the deal soon.
Popular Telephony, the start-up that made a splash last year with its PeerioBiz software that creates peer-to-peer IP phone networks without an IP PBX, is introducing PeerioData, software that creates storage networks without dedicated storage server...
EMC announced a new line of bundled networked storage packages targeting the midsize enterprise and small-to-medium-size business (SMB) marketplace that include lower pricing, a greater emphasis on channel sales and a Web portal tool that expedites t...
Scrap metal merchant Sims Metal and recycling group Collex are pushing for a federally-funded computer and electronics recycling initiative in an effort to add some green credentials to Australia's IT industry and bolster their balance sheets at the ...
Two major players in Queensland's software industry have thrown their weight behind a new industry cooperative and its plans to improve commercial opportunities for locals.
Regional and rural NSW utility Country Energy has announced it has been trialling Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) technology successfully at 45Mbps speeds with residents in the Queanbeyan area, with the promise of 200Mbps in the coming months.
Sony will expand its Network Walkman line of digital music players later this month with the introduction of three new players based on flash memory chips, the company said Tuesday.
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