Telstra plans to launch a host of new high-speed services for mobile phone users, including new video features, as part of its official 3G opening on September 5.
The long-awaited HomePlug AV specification for superfast networking through conventional electrical wiring in homes and small offices has been ratified, paving the way for products as early as next March.
Sony looked to jellybean candy for inspiration in designing its latest Network Walkman digital music players.
Oxfam International will give Coldplay fans at a Mountain View, California, concert on Friday a chance to use text messaging to sign a petition advocating changes in trade laws.
Apple Computer replaced the managing director of its China unit and made other changes aimed at increasing growth in the country, a spokesman said Friday.
Microsoft is offering an upgraded version of its ILMerge utility, which merges multiple .Net assemblies into a single assembly.
Apple has re-released a mammoth security patch after the original update broke 64-bit applications.
Whether the content streams are eventually called RSS ,Web feeds or some other name, a key design goal of the forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 is to let users easily subscribe to blogs and websites via Really Simple Syndication (RSS).
Frontier Solutions and Strategies is looking to recruit resellers to stock its new line of noise reduction headphones.
Sun Microsystems has created a new office to coordinate its open-source projects and appointed long-time technology evangelist Simon Phipps to oversee the effort.
A security hole in a popular development tool has severe implications for a number of the Internet's most popular applications, including Gmail, Flikr and MSN Virtual Earth.
Blu-ray Disc, one of two formats being promoted as a replacement for today's DVDs, picked up support this week from Lions Gate Home Entertainment and Universal Music Group.
Australia's Defence Force's new fleet of Wedgetail early warning aircraft will have more than an eagle eye when fitted with a CSIRO-developed, battlespace analytics program.
The speed at which hackers were able to take advantage of newly disclosed software flaws makes its vital for companies to look beyond patching to broader and more holistic measures for controlling vulnerabilities, security experts said.
An unpatched bug in a file installed with Microsoft's Office and Visual Studio software could lead to some serious problems for Internet Explorer users, security researchers have reported.
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