Hewlett-Packard settled cases with The New York Times Company and three BusinessWeek journalists Wednesday after being caught spying on reporters in 2006.
Nanotechnology researchers have developed a shirt that brings new meaning to the slogan power to the people. They claim that what you wear may soon be enough to power your MP3 player.
The U.K.'s busiest airport is starting to affix radio chips to the luggage of passengers as part of an experiment aimed at reducing lost bags.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia X1 Takes the Windows Mobile Plunge at the Mobile World Congress.
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The update to Office 2004 for Mac that Microsoft released this week also patched a long-standing bug that erased messages, contacts and other information from Entourage 2004 accounts on Exchange mail servers, the company confirmed in a support docume...
Green products could command a premium price is the message from a new survey of IT managers from across Europe. Study co-sponsor Lenovo said that IT managers have "high levels of green will."
A Washington, D.C., woman has filed a lawsuit seeking US$54 million in damages from Best Buy after the electronics retailer lost her laptop computer last year.
With little fanfare, Microsoft has moved up the availability of Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) for TechNet and Microsoft Developer Network subscribers, saying they will be able to download the update by Friday at the latest.
Students at North Carolina State University are learning to build business applications in the Web 2.0 mold using an IBM incubator project called Project Zero.
Online auction giant eBay has been slow to respond to concerns about pirated software being sold there, prompting the Software & Information Industry Association to file nine lawsuits against eBay-based software sellers, an SIIA official said.
Gartner says the worldwide enterprise-software industry is poised for an 8.2 per cent revenue increase in 2008 despite fears of a possible recession and gloomy predictions about IT spending from some industry watchers.
You may think of sunsets as something nice to look at, but if you have an older cell phone or a home alarm system, there's one coming up on Monday that may not be so pretty.
The most popular hours for watching network TV video online falls between noon and 2pm, and women are nearly twice as likely as men to be watching the video streams, according to a new type of study released by Nielsen Online.
Dodo Australia is being investigated by the The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) after it breached the Telecommunications Act for its handling of customer complaints.
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