In a bid to encourage the mobile phone industry to standardize on a single Web browser, Nokia on Wednesday released the source code for the mobile phone Web browser it developed last year.
A former assistant superintendent at a Michigan school has been arrested, along with his wife, on charges of fraud involving US$7.3 million obtained from a US government program intended to help schools and libraries connect to the Internet, the US D...
A promised crackdown on pirated mobile downloads will give mobile content provider Jamster a needed boost in China, the company's top executive said Wednesday.
Nike is putting the world's most popular music player to work in a system designed for its latest athletic shoes that tells runners the distance and time they've covered in their daily jog.
Microsoft plans to unveil the latest test version of its Windows Live Local online mapping and local search service, which now tells users how traffic is flowing along specific routes and integrates with the company's Outlook application, Microsoft o...
The newly created .mobi Internet domain for mobile device sites is shaping up to be a pretty entertaining place, if you're 10 years old.
Flush with success from sealing a deal with Warner Bros to have some of its movies sold using its Internet file sharing software, BitTorrent has turned its sights on China.
There will soon be a day of reckoning for the rising inventories of semiconductors globally, but chip makers are likely to take the brunt of the pain, an IDC researcher said Tuesday.
German investigators charged 3,500 people with illegal music sharing, in the biggest single sweep of its kind, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) said Tuesday.
Thirty-five percent of the packaged software installed on PCs worldwide in 2005 was pirated, the same percentage as in 2004, according to a study released Tuesday by the Business Software Alliance (BSA).
Google will soon begin selling video advertisements on the Web, opening a new front in its battle for a bigger slice of the online advertising market.
The computer scientist credited with inventing the World Wide Web on Tuesday strongly condemned moves by US broadband providers to control their subscribers' content, saying it threatens the Internet's greatest strength: openness.
The social networking site MySpace didn't exist three years ago, yet today it is one of the world's most popular, embraced mostly by teenagers and young adults who find it irresistible.
In an unprecedented move, Microsoft Tuesday simultaneously released beta versions of its three major upcoming software releases -- Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Windows Server, code-named Longhorn.
Microsoft Tuesday unveiled new programs and technologies to allow partners to prepare products to run on Windows Vista once it is available.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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