A South Korean company has developed what is one of the smallest and lightest MP3 players to date.
Spam mail could be more than just irritating, according to UK industry group The Corporate IT Forum (tif). It has identified an invidious new form of virus that is spread via junk mail to avoid antivirus and firewall systems.
Following the example of the music business the movie industry is targeting individual peer-to-peer pirates with an advertising campaign currently running in cinemas and on television across the U.S.
Hackers, apparently from outside the U.S., have made one Kentucky state agency's computer network their old Kentucky home, according to Kentucky's state auditor.
Dell missed a self-imposed deadline to post a fix on its support Web site for the performance problems that have plagued the Windows Mobile 2003 versions of its Axim handheld.
A Japanese national research laboratory has placed an order with IBM for a supercomputer cluster that, when completed, is expected to be the most powerful Linux-based computer in the world.
Microsoft acknowledged Tuesday that a recent security patch is causing problems on machines running the Windows NT 4.0 operating system.
Microsoft is encouraging small software developers to build extensions such as compilers for its Visual Studio .Net development tool by offering free access to the Visual Studio Industry Partner software development kit, the company said.
With the aim of eventually eradicating pirated copies of its software, Adobe has introduced an updated version of its Photoshop application featuring digital rights management (DRM) technology into the Australian market.
Internet file swappers worried about being sued by the Recording Industry Association of America Inc. (RIAA) can now find out whether the industry association has their number -- their IP (Internet Protocol) number, that is.
Dell plans to have a software patch available Wednesday for a glitch in its version of Pocket PC 2003 software that can cause a "significant performance degradation" in the operation of multimedia applications on two Axim handheld computer models tha...
Iomega has developed a new magnetic storage disk for use in portable multimedia devices that is the size of a large coin and can store 1.5G bytes of data.
Business travelers and students tired of lugging older Dell notebooks will have a new, lighter option with the release of the Inspiron 300m and Latitude X300.
Countries that want to be able to tackle cybercrime need to pass wide-ranging laws and be prepared to openly cooperate with other countries, delegates of the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) group said Monday.
Silicon Graphics (SGI) and Sun Microsystems announced plans on Monday to cooperate on developing Java bindings to the OpenGL application programming interface (API).
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