Intel plans to release on Nov. 14 its fastest Pentium 4 processor yet for desktop systems. The chip will also be Intel's first desktop model with hyperthreading, a technology that is already present in its Xeon server processors and that allows multi...
Open source Linux technology and .NET systems from Microsoft will continue to chip away at the dominate position of Unix operating systems in the server market, with Linux expected to become the major server operating system by 2009, according to a s...
Dell Computer launched Monday what it says is its smallest desktop computer yet. The OptiPlex SX260 is 50 percent smaller by volume than the company's current OptiPlex machines and comes with an LCD (liquid crystal display) monitor.
The Microsoft .NET platform continues to gain support from enterprise application vendors with Siebel Systems Inc. and Best Software Inc. pledging support in their forthcoming CRM ( customer relationship management) offerings.
Melbourne's Telstra Dome will host what is billed to be the southern hemisphere's biggest gaming LAN on 11 and 12 January, with 1000 gamers and their computers expected for a weekend known as The Big Day In.
Desktop Linux operating system vendors made news last week as Xandros reintroduced the Linux operating system formerly developed by Corel with a release called Xandros Desktop 1.0. Meanwhile, Lindows.com Inc. announced it would ship the final build o...
Active Cool on Monday is launching its AC4G CPU cooling system, a thermo-electric apparatus designed to address the processor heat "crisis," according to the company.
It's not Napster, but Listen.com's Rhapsody subscription music service is adding features that relax some of its tight restrictions on what users can do with their digital tunes. Now, subscribers can burn some songs from the service onto CDs.
Users of online payment service PayPal have again been targeted by scam artists trying to steal their personal data, including name, address, home and work telephone numbers and credit card information.
When researchers at GreyMagic Software discovered a batch of security vulnerabilities in Microsoft's Internet Explorer earlier this month, their first response was to test the vulnerabilities and make sure they were for real. What they did next, howe...
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.
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