Hewlett-Packard (HP) has hired rival Dell's chief information officer (CIO) to run its internal IT department and made additional changes to its organisational chart as further evidence of new Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd's philosophy, the compa...
A joint venture of mobile technology companies, mTLD Top Level Domain, next year will start issuing Internet domain names under a new .mobi top-level domain name, the company said Monday.
One day in the not too distant future, you may be able to tap into the Internet by plugging your computer's modem straight into an electric wall socket. IBM wants to make sure it has a piece of the fledgling BPL (broadband over power line) market: On...
Dell is to start global shipments of its first dual-core server Monday. The PowerEdge SC430, an Intel-based machine, is aimed at small businesses. However, selling customers on the benefits of dual-core computing may initially prove something of an e...
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, agreed to license image technology from Eastman Kodak Co to use in a manufacturing process aimed at enabling a new breed of high-quality CMOS (complementary metal ...
If you think Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation Portable is just for kids, think again. The first adult movies produced for viewing on the 7-month old gaming device went on sale in Japan on Friday.
A German teenager who confessed to creating the Sasser computer worm has been found guilty of three counts of computer sabotage and four counts of data manipulation, and given a suspended sentence of 21 months.
London's network of closed-circuit TV (CCTV) cameras may help investigators track down those responsible for the terrorist bomb attacks Thursday, which have left more than 50 people dead and several hundred injured, police said Friday.
A Korean government antitrust committee will hear arguments Wednesday into whether Microsoft violated competition laws by bundling programs with its Windows XP operating system.
The European Commission intends to accelerate plans to put forward new rules requiring telephone and Internet operators to store data for law enforcement agencies in the wake of the terrorist bombings in London on Thursday, a senior official said Fri...
A Florida county's refusal to purchase specialized voting machines that comply with handicap access laws has put it in the cross hairs of the state's attorney general and handicap rights groups.
IBM unveiled two new PowerPC chips Thursday at an event in Tokyo, one month after its primary customer for those chips announced plans to switch to Intel's processors.
How long can you expect your inkjet-printed photos to last? More and more photo inkjet papers are being touted as "fade resistant" and "archival safe," but experts say these marketing pitches don't always provide good information on how long it will ...
Online news sites in the U.K. took a hit Thursday as people hit the Internet for information about the terrorists attacks in London, according to Web performance monitoring companies AlertSite and Keynote Systems.
Microsoft is making a significant push to leverage its partner community to promote customer upgrades and new sales of its Office productivity suite, a company executive said Friday at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference 2005 in Minneapolis.
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