With investigations already well under way, U.S. federal agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), will turn to a variety of technologies to help them to identify those involved with Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the U.S. Such t...
Cyberspace was rocked Tuesday by the horrific sequence of terrorist attacks, with repercussions that rippled through communications systems, chat rooms, and computer companies.
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Trading in memory chips in the U.S. came to a halt Tuesday as the country reeled from a series of deadly terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., according to Steve Tan, a DRAM (dynamic random access memory) analyst with market resear...
Some major media organizations simplified their Web sites today in order to reduce bandwidth needs and lighten their server workloads, after many of the sites were overloaded by the crush of traffic from Internet users seeking updates on the apparent...
Unprecedented, coordinated terrorist attacks against U.S. economic and military centers of power have immobilized the nation's air traffic and disrupted telecommunications and transportation infrastructure, emergency services and government operation...
Leading players in the world of wireless technology did their best Tuesday to conduct business as usual at an industry conference here, with IBM Corp. announcing it will make Lotus messaging and collaboration software available on Compaq Computer Cor...
Digital graphics software maker Macromedia Inc. said Tuesday it will ship its ubiquitous Flash player with Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system and bundled Web browser, avoiding a clash other technology makers have faced as they hustle to ge...
Hit with heavy traffic following the U.S. terrorism attacks, popular news site CNN.com was scrambling to boost its server capacity and lighten up its site Tuesday in order to stay up and accessible, a spokeswoman said.
An Internet entrepreneur is spearheading an e-mail campaign against Amazon.com Inc., accusing the online retailer of helping to fund violence in the Middle East through a link from the Web site www.intifada.com.
Fujitsu Ltd. began selling Monday a two-legged humanoid robot designed to serve as a test bed for research into more advanced robotic technologies.
GoTo.com Inc. is going away -- at least under that name. The pay-for-placement Internet search engine plans to change its name to Overture Services Inc., effective Oct. 8, GoTo.com said in a statement Monday.
A move by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to generate more competition in the broadband ADSL space has hit the spot with industry players.
On the tail of Intel Corp.'s release of its first chip set allowing the Pentium 4 to use memory designed by companies other than Rambus Inc., Rambus this week will unveil a range of new technologies, from I/O technology to its future plans with RDRAM...
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit against online auctioneer eBay Inc., a ruling the company said would immunize it against other copyright and trademark infringement claims.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) announced its new PC products for the fourth quarter on Monday, saying it will launch three desktops and two monitors next month.
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