Microsoft plans to push back the next major release of its operating system, codenamed "Blackcomb," to 2005, because it fears that technology it plans to include in the release could bring it further into conflict with antitrust regulators, various i...
Fujitsu Ltd. is planning a major push into the fingerprint sensor market and has set out a goal to grab just under 50 percent of the global market by 2004.
Microsoft said Friday it expects to have the final version, or "Gold Code," of its newest Internet Explorer Web browser completed some time this week, marking a small milestone in the development of its new operating system.
Move over spam, there's a new ad scheme called Toptext that is delighting advertisers and drawing ire from users who view it as yet another obnoxious online advertising gimmick.
Auckland couple Dave and Margaret Watson say they have invented a virus stopper that tackles the problem from a direction different to other antivirus software.
Dell Computer Corp. has quietly stopped offering the Linux operating system as an option on its desktop and laptop PCs, saying low demand forced the Linux-advocate to pull the software from its online stores.
Having jumped into the world of Linux with a US$1 billion commitment this year, IBM Corp. is now about to jump into what it thinks will be the next big direction in IT: grid computing.
Internet activists will attempt to jam the infamous computer surveillance network Echelon as part of a protest on October 21.
In a terse, two-sentence statement, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington Thursday rejected Microsoft Corp.'s request for a rehearing on part of the antitrust case ruling issued by the panel in late June. Thursday's decision puts the case on track ...
Faced with declining sales as a result of the sharp drop in the desktop personal computer market, Fujitsu Ltd. has decided to end production of 3.5-inch IDE hard disk drives within the year, the company said Thursday. Fujitsu will continue to make 3....
It's not likely that users will soon see modems that exceed 56K bit/sec on store shelves, but it is also not impossible.
PC makers are posting "for rent" signs on the Windows XP desktop, taking advantage of a recent move by Microsoft Corp. to loosen its grip on what icons and advertisements appear on the startup screen of a new Windows PC. However, industry watchers sa...
The industry group that oversees PCI bus specifications, the PCI-SIG (special interest group), on Friday will have its board of directors vote on whether or not to adopt a technology spearheaded by Intel as the next I/O bus standard, a source familia...
Around a quarter of 999 emergency calls to Scotland Yard are accidental calls made from mobile phones, according to research released yesterday by the Metropolitan police.
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