If you're shopping for an e-mail client, you might want to consider an old friend: Qualcomm Inc. is releasing Eudora 6.0, its first significant upgrade in almost three years.
Sony Corp. has updated its Aibo entertainment robot with a new version that features upgraded electronics functions but few improvements on the robotic front.
The creators of Kazaa are entering the IP (Internet Protocol) telephony and instant messaging (IM) fray with Skype, a new and, for now, free peer-to-peer (P-to-P) application meant for consumer use.
Microsoft on Wednesday warned of several flaws in its ubiquitous Office products, the most serious of which could allow an attacker to take control of a user's computer.
Antivirus researchers late Wednesday discovered what is being described as the first of potentially many "9/11" anniversary viruses spreading on the Internet.
Borland Software Corp. and IBM Corp. are teaming to boost development of database applications for the Microsoft Corp. .Net Framework.
IDC Q2 2003 figures for the Australian PC market, released this week, show strong unit shipments but a fall in revenues.
Microsoft has refreshed its mice and keyboard line-up, introducing three mice with a tilting wheel for horizontal scrolling and in new styles and colors, including black leather. Two of the mice are wireless and feature new battery-saving technology...
Symantec Corp. quietly increased subscription renewal rates for its entire line of security products last week, citing the rising cost of fighting viruses and other malicious code worldwide.
An estimated half a million Optus Mobile customers were affected by a network outage last night, with only one in three calls reaching intended recipients.
A Minnesota teenager who was arrested last week and charged with releasing the W32.Blaster-B Internet worm has spoken of his surprise at being arrested and also said the media has mischaracterized him as a loner and reckless.
Sony Corp. will begin selling its smallest digital video camcorder yet in October, the Tokyo company said Wednesday.
Companies with products that work on the Internet are slowly waking up to the broad implications of a recent judgement against software behemoth Microsoft Corp. in a patent infringement case.
A 24 year-old Romanian student has been arrested for authoring another variant of the Blaster Internet worm, according to a statement released by Softwin SRL, a computer security company based in Bucharest, Romania.
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