Nordic mobile telephony giants Ericsson and Nokia announced this week that they have signed deals valued at $US476 million to supply network equipment to service providers in China and the Philippines.
Microsoft is investigating a complaint that expired Hotmail accounts retain the linked MS Instant Messenger buddy lists, and those lists are available to the next person who registers the same email address on a Hotmail account.
Even as the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) slowly releases details of its Carnivore email wiretap technology, software developers are readying schemes to starve Carnivore of meaningful data.
A chip designed to make it easier for devices to connect to the internet has been developed by Israeli chip design and manufacturer Connect One Semiconductors, the company said this week.
Integrated circuit maker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and internet browser company Opera Software are teaming up to create embedded browser technology, the companies said this week.
Hong Kong internet company Pacific Century CyberWorks on Thursday announced final agreement on a partnership with Australian telecommunications carrier Telstra to create joint ventures in internet backbone capacity, data center services and wireless ...
Nintendo is jumping into the highly competitive next-generation game console market with its Gamecube that it will being selling in Japan in July and in the US in October 2001, the company announced on Thursday.
Disk drive vendor Quantum has unveiled a hard disk drive specification for consumer electronics devices that connect over FireWire (IEEE 1394) networks.
The European Commission has sent a formal statement to US media giants Time Warner and America Online stating concerns with the merger plans between the two companies, a Commission representative has confirmed.
The multimedia add-in board business is starting to resemble an episode of Survivor - pretty soon, only one may be left. The latest casualty is S3, a once powerful graphics vendor that decided to shut down its board business when it could not find a ...
Intel has this week announced a new processor design for chips that will be used in handheld computers and smart phones as well as network equipment.
Have you ever lost track of your child at the mall? Well, a new watch with wireless technology may let little Johnny or Jane send mum and dad an instant message, or trigger a sound that will direct the anxious parents to the whereabouts of their chil...
The Asia-Pacific region will overtake Europe and challenge the US as the preeminent electronic commerce area within the next four years, according to Steve Burdon, visiting professor of e-commerce at Sydney's University of Technology.
Local broadband media company K*Grind has taken evasive action towards rebuilding its business, with three trans-Asian strategic partnerships to be unveiled this week.
Microsoft on Tuesday again argued against a direct appeal to the US Supreme Court of the antitrust case pending against the company, saying there is no legal precedent or pressing need to expedite the case.
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