Sharp will begin production at a state-of-the-art LCD (liquid crystal display) plant in Japan slightly ahead of schedule this month, the company said Tuesday.
An industrial espionage case against two top executives and an engineer from Via Technologies ended Monday after judges in Taiwan found the defendants not guilty.
Fifty lucky residents in the Victorian alpine town of Mt Beauty will get access to free broadband as part of a trial by SP AusNet to test the viability of delivering Internet over power lines.
If its performance during a demonstration last week at Microsoft's annual Financial Analyst Meeting (FAM) is any indication, a voice-recognition feature in Windows Vista is not quite ready for prime time.
Country Energy (CE) is expected to supply the first commercial Broadband over Power line service in NSW in the latter half of the year. This means Internet surfers in regional NSW will, for the first time, have access to speeds that smash what is ava...
A lawsuit by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. (Panasonic) against Taiwan's CMC Magnetics Corp. covers three patents related to recordable DVD technology, according to the court complaint.
SanDisk will acquire competing flash memory developer M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers for US$1.6 billion, the two companies said late Sunday.
Digital design production house, True Life Creations, has been awarded a $1 million Federal Grant to construct a global training centre for 3D animation in Adelaide.
France's Constitutional Council has made a stringent new copyright law even harsher, modifying three articles of the law and striking out a fourth in a review of its constitutionality. The changes mean that unauthorized sharing of copyright files suc...
Google has begun testing a new service for hosting open-source projects that leverages its famed search engine to help developers find interesting software to which they can contribute.
Google's settlement of a class-action lawsuit last week goes a long way toward protecting the company from litigation related to click fraud, a problem some say could cripple Google's business.
Your next Windows laptop could run faster and last longer on a single battery charge thanks to a new generation of hybrid hard disk drives and a feature in the Windows Vista operating system that leverages NAND flash memory as a disk cache.
Microsoft has recalled an updated version of Small Business Server because of a glitch discovered during a regular software production audit, the company said Friday.
Microsoft this week will begin charging US$1.50 for users to download a copy of the Office 2007 beta 2.
NEC and Matsushita Electric Industrial (Panasonic) have agreed to work together on basic development of mobile telephone handsets, and with Texas Instruments on a common core hardware platform for future handsets.
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