Dell has unveiled new deployment services for its customers alongside new notebooks that take advantage of Intel's Sonoma technology and a new workstation designed to be friendly to both IT managers and environmentalists.
Exploding demand for cheap but powerful mobile phones has led to new integrated designs emerging from chip makers for the mobile phone industry, despite the troubles that the world's largest semiconductor vendor has had with an integrated design.
America Online (AOL) on Feb. 17 plans to release the first public test version of a new Netscape browser that is designed to protect users from scams and malicious code while surfing the Web.
Consensus is building among industry watchers that Microsoft will have anti-spyware and anti-virus products on the market for businesses and consumers by year-end.
Microsoft's Internet search engine, in the works for about two years, has made its big-time debut.
Researchers at HP have created a molecular-scale device that they say could one day replace the transistors used in today's computer chips.
Newcastle-based telco, Soul Pattinson Telecommunications (SPT), has won a multi-million dollar contract to satisfy the broadband needs of the departments and agencies of the NSW government.
Toshiba has become the fourth major Japanese electronics company in the last two weeks to slash its full-year sales and operating income forecasts because of recent sharp falls in the price of chips and digital electronics products.
Completion of first-round offers for university placements across the country has revealed a serious decline in IT course enrolments.
Following criticism from the European Commission (EC), Microsoft has agreed to change the name of the Windows XP version without Windows Media Player that it was ordered to offer in Europe.
Russian security company Positive Technologies has released a patch to a security hole it said it discovered in Microsoft's Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) last year.
Some two years after its introduction, Microsoft is seeking to drive its Tablet PC technology into the mainstream with lower prices. But some analysts say that alone won't do the trick--and not many PC vendors are helping Microsoft's effort.
A group of British computer scientists have proposed a number of "grand challenges" for IT that they hope will drive forward research, similar to the way the human genome project drove life sciences research through the 1990s. Ambitious goals include...
The rapid decrease in price of consumer electronics products hit Fujitsu hard during the third quarter, and is likely to wipe out gains made during the entire fiscal year, according to the company.
The U.S. government will conduct an extended review of Lenovo Group's planned acquisition of IBM's PC business to determine whether or not the deal threatens U.S. national security interests, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal newspaper...
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