Dell on Friday extended sales of PCs equipped with Windows XP by a week, citing customer demand.
One week. That's how long before Microsoft pulls the plug, more or less, on Windows XP.
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More than 135 Linux kernel developers have signed a document in protest of vendors that create closed-source code modules for the kernel, calling the practice "harmful and undesirable."
On the back of the release last week of Firefox 3.0, Mozilla's open-source browser gained market share at the expense of rivals Internet Explorer (IE) and Safari, Net Applications said Monday.
As the number of PCs in use around the world passed the one billion mark, a research firm is estimating that the total will double in just another six years.
Online flight travel agency Skywest has ditched its old land line telephone system for a unified communications and reporting suite.
Security researchers reported recently that they have spotted a Mac Trojan horse in the wild that could compromise machines running Apple's Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5.
Oracle and SAP AG may still be bigger in enterprise applications, and Oracle in databases. Both IBM and Hewlett-Packard may reap more IT dollars overall. But in the ways that really count, Microsoft remains the king of the IT industry.
Proving that performance isn't everything, the latest Top500 list of supercomputers for the first time also measures energy efficiency.
There has been an increase in the number of iPhone users searching for pornography that can be viewed on the device.
Toshiba Monday unveiled the first laptop computer to use the computing-intensive Cell chip that was first was designed for Sony's PlayStation 3 game console.
Businesses last year spent approximately US$1.3 billion to make sure that spinning hard disk drives did not overheat and kept running despite being squeezed to near-capacity limits, according to IDC.
A Dutch charity is funding an open-source project to design smart card software that offers stronger protection of personal data in light of security vulnerabilities found with cards used today in the U.S., U.K. and Netherlands.
A political blogger is using a technique known as " Google bombing" to enlist the aid of fellow partisan bloggers to boost the search engine rankings of nine news stories that reflect poorly on US Republican presidential candidate John McCain.
Mobile phones designed around Google's Android software may not be available until the fourth quarter of this year, and some companies are struggling to even meet that deadline, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday, citing unidentified sources.
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