Multimedia developer Jered Cuenco calls it the "gray box application" phenomenon: when a developer, befuddled by a graphic designer's computer-drawn mockups and unclear instructions, comes back with a prototype full of generic gray buttons, plain whi...
Japan's Sanyo Electric Co. and Taiwan's Quanta Computer have reached a basic agreement to form a joint venture to make and sell flat-panel TVs.
A prominent French security company has stopped distributing exploit code to the general public -- a move that should come as a relief to many software vendors.
A lawsuit that sought to establish as illegal several core functions of Google's search engine has been dismissed, a boost to the company as it defends itself against similar allegations in other cases.
Security researchers said Mac users should take note of a Mac OS X patch update released on Friday -- the third patch for the operating system this month.
Does your antispyware software really work? With security experts warning of "rogue" antispyware products that sometimes do more harm than good, two security researchers have decided to take matters into their own hands.
The competition to persuade Windows XP to boot on an Intel-based Mac, something Apple hasn't expressly disabled but certainly has not made easy, has been won by a pair of anonymous Californians.
This week Microsoft will host MIX 06 in Las Vegas, its first-ever show for developers and designers of the new era of distributed computing, in which the Internet is used as a platform for new applications and services.
The fight against invasive software will take a step forward this week as the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) and the Google-backed Stopbadware Coalition will release two separate reports that state the names of undesirable software program...
In a highly anticipated decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that Google has to provide the U.S. government with information about its search engine's index. The case highlights the tension between online user privacy and law-enforcement needs.
Launch timing for the HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc optical disc formats became clearer on Friday with the disclosure by two companies of their initial sales plans.
Saint Patrick's Day was the lucky day for developers awaiting Microsoft's ALM (application lifecycle management) server.
Australian consumers are feeling insecure when it comes to internet security concerns and practices according to a survey conducted on behalf of Symantec.
"Please do not adjust your television, transmission will not resume as normal," announced Intel general manager, Philip Cronin at the Australian launch of the company's new digital entertainment platform, Viiv.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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