A federal appeals court last week denied a request from Infineon Technologies AG to revisit the court's split decision to vacate a fraud judgement against memory vendor Rambus Inc., freeing Rambus from allegations that it improperly influenced a stan...
Intel and Via Technologies have reached a settlement that resolves all pending patent infringement lawsuits between the companies relating to chipsets and microprocessors.
Australian and New Zealand buyers took advantage of a pricing blunder on IBM's Australian Web site, landing ThinkPad notebooks at 10 per cent of their normal price.
Today's digital devices are smaller and more powerful than ever, but a roadblock obstructs further miniaturization: the batteries. Manufacturers can produce smaller notebooks, mobile phones, and PDAs, but today's cumbersome power sources make the sma...
Providing further proof of the adage that "No good deed goes unpunished," the SETI@home screen saver contains software vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to execute malicious code on machines running the popular program, according to an advis...
Adobe Systems Inc. is integrating its Internet form creation software with IBM Corp.'s DB2 Content Manager.
Yahoo rolled out an updated search engine Monday in a bid to regain its place in the competitive search market, which has been dominated recently by the presence of rival Google.
None other than Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer paid a personal visit to Munich city mayor Christian Ude at the end of last month to drum up support for the company's operating system software, which faces growing competition fr...
TransACT, a Canberra-based IP carrier, has set its sights on allowing its customers to dynamically control the amount of bandwidth they use in real time.
IT e-tailer E-Store has closed its doors and taken its Web site offline.
Sales of inkjet printers dropped by 4 per cent in the final quarter of 2002, but despite this decline, the inkjet market is still fairly healthy, according to market research firm IDC.
Addonics Technologies Inc. launches its Serial ATA product lineup in the US this week, including a conversion adapter that makes existing parallel ATA (commonly called IDE) and ATAPI drives compatible with the new standard.
Hewlett-Packard Co. looks set to expand its line of iPaq handhelds with the introduction of a new device, the iPaq h2200.
Microsoft Corp. has agreed to reposition a program in the Windows XP start menu, allowing users to more easily set non-Microsoft software as their default choices, as part of the company's antitrust settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Microsoft Corp. is significantly increasing its investment in Internet search, tripling its search team and preparing its own paid listings platform, according to a report from industry analysts.
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