Intel has endured its share of bumps and bruises over the last year, thanks to miscues, supply problems, strong competition from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), and rapid expansion into new markets. But no single issue has drawn more recent attention i...
Trade unions are concerned that portions of the new surveillance bill granting the UK government sweeping powers to access e-mail and other encrypted Internet communications may be in conflict with the Human Rights Act, both of which became UK law on...
Technology achieved what the largest music companies have failed to do -- knock controversial music-sharing site Napster.com off the Web, at least for a few hours.
Belgian mobile phone users wanting quick access to Web sites as they stroll the streets of Brussels will soon have a faster alternative: Ask a policeman.
Storage provider Maxtor on Wednesday announced it will buy Quantum's hard disk drive group for an estimated $US2.3 billion in stock.
Netscape is unveiling a redesigned Netscape.com, highlighting simpler access to small-business services and applications. Also, many bugs are fumigated from Netscape's third and final preview version of its Netscape 6 browser.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will reportedly up the ante in its ongoing chip race with Intel.
By now, anyone who follows the creeping pace of e-publishing has realised something about the nominees for the Frankfurt e-book awards: There's not a whole lot of "e" in them.
The music downloading business still has huge growth potential even though 78 per cent of users expect to have to pay for their downloads within the next 18 months, according to a new survey from online security and payment company Magex.
The Chinese government reportedly imposed strict controls on the operation and financing of Internet content and service providers, unveiling a long-awaited document on the subject on China's National Day on Monday.
A privacy group anxious to sink its teeth into the US Federal Bureau of Investigation's Carnivore program was disappointed Monday after the agency withheld large portions of the documents describing the FBI Internet monitoring program.
Italian police have arrested 21 people accused of participating in a massive online banking fraud that could have cost the Sicilian regional government more than 1 trillion lire ($US465 million), Italian authorities said today.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the body charged with overseeing the creation of Internet domain names and with resolving domain name disputes, has unveiled the list of the new proposed top level domain (TLD) names.
Oracle chairman and chief executive officer Larry Ellison celebrated the release of his company's next generation 9i database Tuesday by issuing a $US1 million challenge based on the supposed strength of the new technology.
A report by investment bank Goldman Sachs suggests the reason behind the current shakeout in Asia's Internet arena is due to a lack of the right infrastructure.
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