Intel on Wednesday introduced the Personal Internet Client Architecture, a set of components and software aimed at accelerating the development of next-generation Internet applications for Internet-ready mobile phones and handheld wireless devices.
Wait, don't touch that browser! People who use the Web at work are more productive, do better work, and feel happier and less stressed.
As Australia's population of 19 million becomes engrossed in the atmosphere and excitement of the Olympic Games it is easy for thoughts to stray from mundane subjects -- like work.
Antony Burnett had a simple task. Design a route for the Olympic torch that would cover over 27,000 kilometres in 100 days and come within an hour's drive of 85 per cent of Australia's population.
People unable to get to Sydney for the Olympic Games will be able to enjoy virtual tours of Games sites and interactively view 180-degree images of Sydney via roving digital cameras and video cameras mounted on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The din following the decision in the August DVD decryption case has largely drowned out notice of one technology that was a linchpin of the Motion Picture Association of America's successful prosecution of the DeCSS DVD decryption software: DivX.
The music and book publishing industry stands to lose billions in revenue from online file sharing, according to a report released Tuesday from Forrester Research, which said that there's little anyone can do about that.
Over 85 per cent of the companies trying to restructure their business around e-commerce are going to blow it, said legendary business guru Tom Peters on Tuesday.
Microsoft made a strong move this week on the automotive front when the software maker reached an agreement with five Japanese car component makers on the use of Windows CE for Automotive.
Get ready for a little more speed on your notebook. Intel plans to release three new processors for notebook computers, including a mobile Pentium III that runs at 850MHz with the help of Intel's SpeedStep power management technology, sources said.
The Sydney Olympic Games is proving to be a good workout for Australian-built event management software from Brisbane-based Amlink Technologies, but the product's developers say the biggest test is yet to come.
As the competition for medals heats up in the sporting arena, the competition for internet traffic to the various websites offering coverage of the Games is also on the rise.
Microsoft has made another inroad into the entertainment industry, adding to its stable of acquired companies with the purchase of Pacific Microsonics (PMI), a developer of HDCD digital audio technology.
Hewlett-Packard entered the emerging Bluetooth fray announcing that the wireless technology is available in its line of notebook computers.
Hoping to take advantage of what analysts say will be a booming market for Internet appliances over the next several years, National Semiconductor on Monday unveiled a family of new "system-on-a-chip" silicon solutions aimed at three specific markets...
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