Toshiba Thursday launched a version of its e800/805 Pocket PC personal digital assistant that incorporates integrated Wi-Fi and VoIP software along with several different speech recognition applications and an enhanced display.
Red Hat on Wednesday introduced Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, the newest addition to its Open Source Architecture platform, and according to one analyst, its improved support for Java and threads will have many Red Hat users making an upgrade.
Microsoft has expanded its Shared Source Initiative to give access to the Windows source code to a group of technology enthusiasts who help Microsoft users.
While Apple is boasting about impressive sales of many of its new models, its dealer channel is wondering when it might be able to sell them.
The adoption of Linux on the desktop is progressing, but there won't be a "David and Goliath" single blow that suddenly slays the dominance of Microsoft's Windows, Linux advocates said at an enterprise Linux conference Wednesday.
Traffic to VeriSign's Web site increased 541 percent in September, mainly because of the launch of its controversial Site Finder service, which redirected mistyped URLs to its site, according to results released Tuesday by comScore Media Metrix.
Motorola introduced a mobile device architecture on Wednesday that it says will lead to smaller, less expensive and more secure devices for communications and entertainment.
As promised, Dell introduced its first LCD (liquid crystal display) television Wednesday, pitting the company against a group of unfamiliar consumer electronics foes.
Sony didn't so much enter the market for small and thin digital still cameras as break down the door on Wednesday when it unveiled a camera that is about the size of a pack of playing cards.
With Office System 2003 now officially open for business, users are weighing in with opinions on the updated suite.
IBM has added a version of its content management software to its Express line of midmarket products, offering smaller organizations and departments a tool for managing digital content such as documents and image files.
Adobe Systems has introducing its 3D authoring tool, Adobe Atmosphere, for building multimedia-based interactive environments for the Web and PDF files.
Billing, network faults and poor customer service have again topped this year’s Telecommunication Industry Ombudsman’s (TIO) report on customer complaints across dial-up and broadband Internet services.
A new version of the Ghost computer cloning and restoration product from Symantec adds features that deploy software patches and reduce the network bandwidth used by the program, the company said Monday.
Painfully aware that most of its users would rather clean toilets than delete spam from their inboxes, Yahoo continues to beef up its tools for fighting unsolicited e-mail.
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