Microsoft has approached Facebook in recent weeks proposing an investment that would give Microsoft a stake of up to 5 percent in the popular social-networking company, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
Samsung has made a surprise charge in the printer-based laser multifunction device (MFD) category, according to market analysts at IDC.
Fox Studios will be offering seven premiere TV shows for free download via Apple's iTunes service.
See LG's latest fashion phone, the KE850. Not to be outdone by Apple's iPhone, this is a full touch screen interface phone developed with the help of Italian fashion giant Prada.
Days before its release, a pirated copy of Halo 3 makes its way to the Internet for illegal download.
The Bhutan government liked its first taste of Linux so much that it has come back for seconds, releasing an updated version of its Debian-based operating system that it launched last year.
The war of legitimacy that erupted several months back over whether the OECD's broadband ranking for Australia (at 16) is more accurate than Market Clarity's ranking (as high as 6) is unnecessary, according to research by Ovum.
A back up to www.apec2007.org was never called upon despite threats to hack and disrupt the summit's official Web site, said the APEC IT chief.
The music industry claimed another legal victory in its battle against illegal file sharing in Europe on Friday, but the win may not last long.
Onaro has brought out version 4 of SANscreen, its software for extending IT service management (ITSM) and data center automation to networked storage.
NetScout is to buy Network General, the company behind the legendary Sniffer, for around US$205 million in cash, stock and debt.
With the extreme security measures, logistical requirements, and disruptions to the local population, could future APEC leaders week meetings be conducted via video conferencing?
The British security researcher who has disclosed two critical flaws in popular media files in the past week said Thursday that a zero-day vulnerability in Adobe's pervasive PDF files could be exploited to snatch control of Windows XP systems.
Zimbra customers appalled at the company's planned acquisition by Yahoo are speaking out, saying they are vexed by the deal and upset over its possible negative consequences.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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