German enterprise printing specialist ThinPrint is touting the green and security benefits of its new "follow-me" printing system.
Intel's Silverthorne and Diamondville chips will be called Atom and the company's Menlow platform for ultramobile computers will be renamed Centrino Atom when these products hit the market, according to a company spokesman.
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A US government plan to build a "virtual fence" along the border of Mexico and Canada, using radar, satellites, sensors and communication links to rapidly dispatch border patrol, has all the earmarks of a technology boondoggle.
JotSpot users and developers are torn about Google's relaunch of the hosted wiki service under the name Google Sites as part of the Google Apps hosted suite.
The Mozilla Foundation's new e-mail spin-off is aiming at a quick delivery of the first alpha version of Thunderbird 3.0, according to discussions among developers.
In a move sure to be welcomed by privacy and civil rights advocates, a US District Court judge on Friday lifted a previous permanent injunction that he had issued two weeks ago to disable the controversial Wikileaks.org whistleblower Web site.
Asus introduced the Eee PC in October, but accessories for the ultraportable have just started trickling out as users familiarize themselves with the PC. The accessories, which include an extended battery, mice and travel chargers, provide additional...
Digg's founder and chief architect Kevin Rose wants people, and his mother in particular, to know that he's not a jerk. He's simply too busy to answer his e-mail on a timely basis.
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Security vendors are clamoring to announce their products' compatibility with Microsoft's network access protection, a key security feature of Windows Server 2008.
Mozilla is in informal talks with mobile operators about its mobile Firefox project, which the organization hopes will shake up the market as much as the introduction of the desktop browser did in 2004.
It's possible to launch a successful Web startup with little money, especially if you shift your attention away from the business plan and focus on building a great Web application.
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Last-minute changes to Windows Vista broke drivers, forcing key hardware vendors to "limp out with issues" when the OS launched last year, according to a presentation by Dell that was made public last week.
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