Music companies thinking of distributing copy-protected CDs to protect their content from piracy will likely raise the ire of consumers while lowering their revenue, a new study warns.
Over the last eight months major new hacker tools have been released or revealed, ending a lull in activity among hackers that followed the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the enactment of legislation that enhanced law enforcement's ability to prosecu...
A trade group made up of Microsoft Corp. competitors has again sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) claiming that the software maker is not living up to its end of a proposed settlement deal in its long-running antitrust bout.
ATI Technologies Inc. is pushing its lead in the graphics chip market, unveiling a line of mainstream boards that feature the same technology found in higher-end chips but sell for half the price.
Internet search engine company Google Inc. has been discreetly removing over 100 controversial sites from some search result listings on its German and French Web sites, according to a study from Harvard University's Berkman Center.
Microsoft Corp. has responded to criticism from users and issued a software patch for a major security vulnerability in the Windows XP operating system, reversing an earlier decision to require users to upgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 1 to remove ...
Researchers at IBM Corp. have developed what they say is the world's smallest working computer circuit, which measures 12 nanometers by 17 nanometers and uses carbon monoxide molecules to transfer information across the circuit.
MSN butterflies -- both cardboard cutouts and costumed actors -- dotted the paths around Central Park Thursday as Microsoft Corp. launched the latest version of its MSN Internet service, poised for battle against America Online Inc.'s own recently re...
Go anywhere in Silicon Valley these days and everyone is looking out for bursting economic bubbles.
In the latte-fueled and Internet-obsessed Seattle region, 15,000 daily commuters who cruise to work on 25 Washington state ferries face dual withdrawal on a trip that can last as long as an hour: No Internet access, and if they don't have cash, no c...
Microsoft Corp.'s .NET development platform received boosts this week from Visible Systems Corp., which is providing a code-generation tool based on modeling, and ClientSoft Inc., which is enabling the integration of mainframe programs with .NET envi...
Printer vendor Brother has recalled a series of printers in the US and Canada and will pay its authorised services partners in Australia to replace the faulty part in the machines of any Australian customers.
Financial news and technology company Reuters Group has launched a high security instant messaging (IM) product for the financial services industry.
Internet and telephone bills continue to generate the highest complaint levels from customers, according to the Telecommunication Industry Ombudsmen's (TIO) Annual Report for 2001/2002.
Users can expect to see the processing speed of Intel Corp.'s desktop processors hit 15GHz and that of wireless device and PDA (personal digital assistant) processors hit 5GHz by 2010, the chip maker's chief technology officer said in Tokyo on Wednes...
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