Sony on Tuesday lifted the veil on its latest entertainment robot development efforts and demonstrated it has made the evolutionary jump from four legs to two legs.
Microsoft's Web browser Internet Explorer has a security vulnerability that could let a malicious Web master take over a user's computer, a security expert said Monday.
EMusic.com has launched software to prevent songs licensed by EMusic from being downloaded through the services offered by Napster, EMusic announced on Tuesday.
Intel last week corrected a glitch in the software for its newly-released Pentium 4 motherboards that might have caused users' data to be overwritten, a company representative said on Tuesday.
Reduced capacity on Telstra Australia's Internet network may not be rectified for days following damage to its main international cable network out of Australia, said a Telstra spokesperson.
EMI Recorded Music, a division of U.K.-based EMI Group, has agreed to launch an online streaming music service with Internet-based subscription music provider, Streamwaves, the companies announced Monday.
The Pentium 4, unveiled this week, is Intel's first new microarchitecture since 1995 when the current x86 architecture made its debut in the Pentium Pro. This new generation is designed to provide blazing speed, especially in handling multimedia cont...
Yahoo must prevent French customers from gaining access to the portions of its auction site that sell Nazi-related goods.
Toshiba and Identix on Monday announced the release of the Toshiba PC Card Fingerprint Reader, which will allow users to log on to their Toshiba laptops by placing a finger in the device.
A consortium of companies backing the new DVD+RW rewritable disc format is promoting the product's convergence between PC platforms and consumer electronics, and its "legacy" compatibility with existing DVD (digital versatile disc) formats.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) on Thursday picked seven new top-level domain names in an effort to relieve the overcrowded .com and .net domains.
Home networks, once considered a toy for the ultimate geek, cropped up all across the show floor at this year's Comdex.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), the world's largest dedicated chip contract manufacturer, announced late last week that it has begun processing customers' products on an advanced 12-inch (300 millimetre) wafer fabrication pilot line.
From the looks of things at Comdex it won't be long before ballpoint pens and key chains will be able to play your favourite song.
Toshiba Thursday announced the launch of its latest product -- the RD-2000 -- which is a combination of a hard disk drive and a DVD-RAM (digital versatile disc) video recorder for recording TV programs.
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