Via Technologies has notified customers for its central processing units (CPUs) that by the end of March, it will begin selling only CPUs with a self designed front side bus, a part vital to transfer data to and from the CPU to other components insid...
Intel is expected to announce its latest flash memory product, improving the speed and lowering the power consumption of the preferred storage method for mobile phones.
Imagine things like doorknobs, toasters and lightbulbs communicating with each other in a network that far exceeds anything we know today. The concept, often referred to as ubiquitous computing, isn't new. What's new is that technologies are now emer...
By 2001, Joshua Schachter decided he needed to develop a software program to help him organize and manage all the links to Web pages he had collected in previous years.
Microsoft announced late Wednesday the release of a technical beta of the next major upgrade to its Office productivity suite, code-named Office 12.
Nintendo will build a parental control system into its upcoming next-generation game console, it said Wednesday.
Fujitsu said demand for its mobile hard-disk drives was strong in the third quarter of this year with its shipments up 50 percent on the same period a year earlier.
The United States has prevailed in the controversial fight over Internet governance and will retain overall control of the Internet's DNS, root servers and ICANN for the foreseeable future.
Microsoft has placed security as one of the top selling points for the Windows Vista OS, due out at the end of next year. But exactly how much more secure Vista will be than its predecessors is a point of concern here at the Microsoft IT Forum 2005 i...
To help feed its insatiable information hunger, Google has begun publicly testing Google Base, a service designed to host and make searchable "all types of online and offline content," the company announced.
2005 looks to be a record year for keylogging. According to security vendor iDefense, hackers are expected to release more than 6,000 keylogging programs this year, a 65 percent jump in the amount of software that illegally records every keystroke o...
Telstra has inked more than $5 billion in contracts as part of the massive revamp of its Internet protocol (IP) network and third generation (3G) mobile phone platform.
A new research report by Gartner advises customers that they likely won't complete a full migration to Windows Vista until 2008, even though the next version of Microsoft's Windows client OS is scheduled to ship at the end of 2006.
Advanced Micro Devices put a quad-core server processor on its road map and promised to upgrade its software investments, as it outlined on Tuesday its general technology direction for the next couple of years.
In a vote of confidence for new high-capacity SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards, Orange SA this month will start to offer handsets by Sagem Communication that include a Gemplus International SA SIM card capable of storing 128M bytes of data.
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