Samsung's Anycall Haptic looks like a thinner version of Apple's iPhone, but adds a new dimension to the touch interface.
The BBC says its English-language Web site now appears fully available to Internet users in China after years of being blocked.
Microsoft is opening up its Windows Live platform to allow users to share their contact lists with five social-networking sites, some of which until now have been accessing such data through the back door.
As Apple CEO Steve Jobs promised last summer, Apple has begun leveraging its dominance in the music download business by pushing the Windows version of its Safari Web browser to iTunes and QuickTime users running XP or Vista.
Via Technologies is sampling what it's calling a faster x86 microprocessor for laptops and mobile Internet devices. The new chips are based on the company's new Isaiah Architecture.
Changes to Google Apps over the coming year will entice more businesses to jump over to the delivery of applications over the internet, says Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
Security vendor FaceTime Communications has released the only security product on the market allowed to look at encrypted instant messages sent between Skype users.
Mozilla chief executive John Lilly has lambasted Apple for its use of iTunes to offer the Safari web browser to Windows users, saying the technique "borders on malware distribution practices" and undermines the security of the Internet.
Employers in the IT sector are being warned of exorbitant medical costs for uninsured employees working on 457 visas following confirmation last week the government plans to streamline the application process.
Google is developing applications for instant language translation and video tools that it hopes to add to its hosted services offerings, a company executive disclosed.
Builders are turning to RFID technology to set the foundation for the Freedom Tower that is being erected where the World Trade Center's Twin Towers had stood in New York City prior to September 11, 2001.
Web hosting company Network Solutions has suspended a Web site that a conservative Dutch politician wanted to use to release an anti-Quran video that critics are saying is extremely critical of Islam.
Microsoft's Office suite could have plausible challenger on the desktop for the first time since Lotus gave up trying to take on Redmond a decade ago.
When it comes to computing technology, the research goal of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency can be summed up in two words: power and speed.
The editor of the Open Document Format (ODF) standard has written a letter that strongly supports recognizing Microsoft's Open Office XML (OOXML) file format as a standard, arguing that if it fails, ODF will suffer.
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