Anti-virus company, Symantec, is reeling from a series of mishaps this week that may have cost it customers.
Hewlett-Packard regained the lead in worldwide PC shipments in the fourth quarter of 2003, but Dell held onto its lead for the full year, as the PC industry recorded one of its better years in recent memory, according to preliminary figures released ...
While Microsoft CEO, Bill Gates, was talking up the new multimedia software hub, Windows Media Centre 2004, at the Computer Electronics show in Las Vegas earlier this month, the company has backpedalled on its launch schedule for Australia.
Intel announced its first 802.11g wireless chip Thursday for notebooks bearing the Centrino banner, the company said in a release.
Notebook buyers will have to wait until the second quarter for Dothan, the 90 nanometer version of Intel's Pentium M chip, Intel said Wednesday during its fourth-quarter earnings conference call.
Microsoft will change its "Shop for Music Online" feature in Windows XP so that it does not automatically invoke the Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser, thus complying with a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) mandate.
A federal judge on Wednesday upheld a jury ruling that Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser infringed on a patent owned by Eolas Technologies and the University of California, and ordered the company to pay US$520.6 million in damages.
Organizers of the 2006 FIFA World Cup soccer games in Germany plan to issue tickets with smart tags in what is expected to be the largest-ever deployment of RFID (radio frequency identification) technology at a sporting event.
Optus has slashed the price of its premium OptusNet Cable service by over 50 per cent in a bid to boost sales and strengthen marketshare of its broadband offering.
The holiday season treated Apple Computer well this year. The company has posted revenue of $US2 billion for its first quarter of fiscal 2004, its highest quarterly revenue in four years.
Microsoft, Network Associates and other leading technology companies are promoting the Internet equivalent of a public health initiative: "Personal Firewall Day", which will encourage Internet users to adopt firewall technology to protect themselves ...
Shipments of the PlayStation 2 games console passed the 70 million mark on Jan. 13, maker Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) said Wednesday.
Shutterbugs have plenty of new options when it comes to selecting a digital camera. Nikon, Eastman Kodak, and Casio all are adding models to their existing lineups, while Aiwa Business Center enters the fray with the release of its first digital came...
Despite all the uncertainty regarding the health hazards posed by mobile phones, British scientists Wednesday declared the devices safe to use.
Sony took the wraps off its first hard-disk drive based audio player Wednesday, saying the gadget, which will be sold under its Aiwa brand-name, will be available worldwide from April.
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