IBM on Monday announced that it was working with Infineon Technologies and Macronix International to develop memory technology that could in the future replace flash memory chips in computers and portable storage devices.
A group of non-profit scholarly publishers is asking pointed questions about Google's Google Print for Libraries and what the group considers the copyright-violation potential of this project to digitize some university library collections.
Samsung Electronics has developed a replacement for conventional hard-disk drives that is based on flash memory chips. The company plans to begin mass production of the device in August, it said on Monday.
Microsoft released on Monday its first beta versions of three developer technologies that will underlie the development platform for its forthcoming Longhorn Windows update.
Nokia plans to keep its mobile devices competing against Windows Mobile, by adding support for Web services to all Symbian smart phones by next year.
The Federal Appeals Court's refusal Thursday to order the disclosure of the identities of 29 suspected music file swappers over the Internet was one lost battle in the Canadian Recording Industry Association's (CRIA) war against illegal music file sh...
Netscape has published a security update to its Netscape 8 browser fixing more than 40 security holes, just hours after the browser's official launch.
AMD will launch the first dual-core version of its Athlon 64 desktop processor at Taiwan's Computex trade show on May 31.
Toshiba has developed two technologies that will enable robots to interact with several people at once as well as follow them around without bumping into them.
Companies hoping to mitigate their exposure to insider attacks need to ensure they have good password, account and configuration management practices, as well as the right processes in place for disabling network access when employees are terminated.
Google launched a new personalized service Thursday that incorporates features such as Google News and Gmail onto the company's notoriously sparse home page.
Optus has formed a partnership with wireless Internet group Personal Broadband Australia to provide mobile broadband services to corporate customers. The telco is also in discussions with Unwired Australia.
Microsoft is beginning to release more details of the next generation of its productivity software, code-named Office 12, emphasizing tools for greater collaboration, information discovery and content management.
TDK has developed a prototype Blu-ray Disc that can store twice as much data, and record it at twice the speed, as existing Blu-ray Discs.
Samsung Electronics has developed what it says is the world's first organic light emitting diode (OLED) display that measures 40-inches across the diagonal.
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