Australia is no longer the region's third biggest PC market due to flat growth for the past year, according to research group IDC.
In a San Francisco hotel conference room buzzing with lingo-slinging technology executives and public relations representatives, Bruce Perens is an unassuming standout. The advocate and developer of free software isn't wearing a gray suit like the re...
Fujitsu Ltd. started shipping samples of 60G-byte 2.5-inch hard disk drives (HDDs) with an areal density of 53.2G bpsi (bits per square inch) this month, the highest density available in this HDD class, the company announced last week.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has stopped selling its printing and digital imaging products to Dell Computer Corp., as the two companies jockey for position in a move one analyst likened to "marital jealousy" played out through largely symbolic, though st...
Adobe Systems today unveiled half an upgrade to Premiere, its video-editing application, and hinted at its future plans for DVD authoring.
The Web3D Consortium now has another advocate in Intel Corp., which has created the organization's CAD (computer-aided design) 3-D Working Group to help develop standards for 3-D Web graphics used in CAD applications, it said Tuesday at SIGGRAPH in S...
The open source effort to create a freely-available version of Microsoft Corp.'s .NET development environment is set to take a leap forward Wednesday, when developers from the effort known as the Mono Project detail its latest accomplishments at a co...
Hackers will be unable to attack Web sites protected by a new security system unless they can change the laws of physics, according to Naoto Takano, chief executive officer of Scarabs Corp., a Japanese venture in Chiba Prefecture.
RealNetworks unveiled new software that can distribute streamed audio and video in a range of formats, including rival Microsoft's Windows Media format, and announced a shared source code initiative that is backed by a slew of industry players.
The epicenter of U.S. moviemaking is increasingly choosing to create its magic on Intel Corp's processors, according to the Santa Clara, California, chipmaker. Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), a division of Lucas Digital Ltd. LLC, Monday became the ...
Applied Materials Inc. said Monday it has developed equipment that allows chip makers to cut the size of chip circuitry in half while increasing chip speed five-fold.
David Ellefson has been a professional musician, performer, recording artist and songwriter for the last 25 years. Most notably the last 18 years have taken him to the recording studios and stages around the world as the bassist for the rock group Me...
Sales of interactive games may have taken a slight dip in June but the market is still very buoyant, according to channel research company Inform.
Forgent Networks announced last week that it holds the patent to the JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) image compression technology, for both color and black and white images, and intends to license it to a variety of manufacturers.
The Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) is discussing the possibility of changing the name it gives to 802.11a wireless networking products that it certifies to be compatible.
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