NetComm has scored the first product development and marketing deal with Personal Broadband Australia, owners of the iBurst wireless broadband service.
U.K. semiconductor design company Arm is teaming with a division of Philips Electronics to develop a self-timed processor that promises low-power consumption and easy integration for use in smart cards and consumer electronics.
Search enabler Google said Wednesday it acquired digital mapping company Keyhole for an undisclosed sum.
Wireless distributor, Machine to Machine (M2M), is claiming its exclusive Australian distributor deal with Swedish Bluetooth vendor, ConnectBlue, will give the local mobile developer community access to a new alternative to Wi-Fi and cellular link te...
When it comes to the mainframe, Microsoft has two distinct personalities. While the software giant would like to believe the Windows platform can replace anything that runs on the mainframe, the reality is that smaller users might want to migrate. Ho...
Those who tuned into last weekend's Saturday Night Live on NBC had the opportunity to catch Ashlee Simpson with her pants down. No, not literally (though that might have been a better career move). In what may have been her swan song, Ms. Simpson sto...
A survey conducted by Internet service provider America Online (AOL) found that 20 percent of home computers were infected by a virus or worm, and that various forms of snooping programs such as spyware and adware are on a whopping 80 percent of syst...
Linux desktop vendor Xandros on Tuesday announced the availability of its new Xandros Desktop Management Server (xDMS) application, which gives IT administrators the tools to roll out, configure and maintain mass deployments of Linux-equipped PCs.
A television guide for mobile phones, complete with video highlights, program news and search function, has launched for customers of the 3 network.
Panasonic Mobile Communications unveiled in Beijing on Tuesday its first WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) mobile phone for the international market.
A US federal appeals court on Tuesday struck a blow against Lexmark International's attempt to protect its share of the lucrative market for refill printer cartridges.
In a move that could upstage the dual-core processor plans of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intel, Via Technologies is developing a twin-core x86 processor that is likely to hit the market by June 2005, a company executive confirmed Tuesday.
Net surfers outside the U.S. interested in U.S. President George Bush's re-election strategy aren't currently able to learn about it from his campaign Web site. Visitors from a number of international locations reported hitting "access denied" errors...
Antivirus experts have warned Mac users and sysadmins against becoming complacent about security after the discovery of a worm targeting the Mac OS X operating system.
Microsoft is looking to extend visual modeling of applications in its Visual Studio 2005 platform, with an early release of technology to enable developers to author industry-specific modeling tools.
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