Without a lot of fanfare, the first beta of Red Hat 7.2, code named Roswell, has appeared on the company's FTP servers.
Direct PC seller Gateway is planning to withdraw from the European market and is weighing its options for its Asian business, the company confirmed Thursday.
In a move that raises the stakes in a looming legal battle between two of the world's largest PC component suppliers, Via Technologies is pressing ahead with plans to launch DDR chip sets designed for Intel's Pentium 4 processor, despite the threat o...
Proving again that it doesn't practice what it preaches, Microsoft on Thursday confirmed that the Code Red worm infected two servers used for its Hotmail Web-based e-mail service.
Intel Corp.'s Itanium and McKinley processors will be used in a distributed scientific computing system allowing researchers to analyze, simulate and help solve complex scientific problems, Intel announced Thursday.
A federal court ordered the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday to reveal technology used to track the computer keystrokes of a suspect, in a case observers say has an impact on privacy in this era of IT surveillance.
When it comes to desktop warfare, the rules haven't changed. That was the message Microsoft sent Thursday when a spokesman for the company clarified confusion surrounding which icons can appear on the desktop of its forthcoming Windows XP software.
The Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) released its 'E-commerce Crime And Vandalism Defence Plan' today to identify online legal risks.
A panel of U.S. federal judges better known in the technology industry for their role in the landmark court battle against file-swapping Web site Napster Inc. is at the fore of another technology debate.
Man's best friend is perhaps tired of listening to your grumbling. Japanese toy maker Takara and cell phone content provider Index have developed a product which analyzes dogs' emotional feelings and conveys them in words. Now it's your turn to liste...
In the face of what it describes as a "deepening global downturn" in the semiconductor sector, Toshiba plans to permanently close by September a memory chip production line at its Yokkaichi plant in western Japan, it said Wednesday.
Via Technologies plans to launch an integrated graphics chipset, designed for Intel's Pentium 4 processor, in November, a Via official said Wednesday.
Netscape Communcations Corp. is back with another update: The Netscape 6.1 browser is available for download free of charge. You'll notice marked stability improvements and compatibility with more Web sites over earlier beta versions.
A worm that infects PDF (Portable Document Format) files, used by Adobe Systems Inc.'s Acrobat software, was identified Tuesday, according to two security organizations.
Some PC makers are preparing to ship computers and laptops running Microsoft's Windows XP operating system a month ahead of the expected October release date, two major manufacturers confirmed Wednesday.
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