A group of five vendors has formed an alliance to help push Macintosh desktops into managed Windows environments on corporate networks.
It's official: Mozilla has set possibly the geekiest world record ever with the release of <a href="http://www.getfirefox.com">Firefox 3</a>.
Roadworkers tunnelling through the Devil's Slide, a perilously landslide-prone area on California's Highway 1, are using laser scanning software developed by the National Science Foundation [NSF] to safely plan the tunnel route.
Australia's open source community leaders have written an open letter to Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard calling for consideration of free and open source software in the implementation of the Digital Education Revolution for the National ﻿...
A battle of the titans is about to unfold between the Seven Network and Foxtel in the personal video recorder (PVR) market with the impending launch of the TiVo PVR in the Australian market by Seven.
Advancements in the field of plastics will soon pave the way for ultra-thin, flexible monitors and laptops, with the market for these devices pegged to grow ten-fold in the next six years.
Rhapsody America, the joint online music service of RealNetworks and MTV Networks, on Monday began selling songs from all major labels in the MP3 format and launched its mobile music service with Verizon Wireless.
Warner Music has hooked up with Nokia to allow its tracks to be distributed through the phone manufacturer's Comes With Music service.
Visitors to the Association of Tennis Professionals Web site have potentially been infected with spyware after apparent lax security allowed a malicious script to be injected across its pages.
Yahoo's management Monday filed a presentation to shareholders aiming to cast doubt on Microsoft's sincerity in negotiating to buy the company, while defending its own actions.
Google is rolling out two new offerings that let advertisers more precisely target people who will likely be receptive to their products.
Dell is releasing an I/O virtualization tool for its blade servers, making it easier for IT managers to install new blades and swap out servers.
Only 59.1 percent of people use up-to-date, fully patched Web browsers, putting the remainder at risk from growing threats from diligent hackers, according to a new study published by researchers in Switzerland.
Patent trolls beware: Some of the tech industry's biggest names are banding together to run you out of court.
Writers of a password-stealing Trojan horse program have found that a little patience can lead to a lot of infections.
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