James Massola, an online journalist, relies on his ACER Travelmate 4270 to earn a living, so when it broke he took it to Acer's recommended repairer, Highpoint, hoping this would result in minimum downtime. That was almost a month ago and Massola, wh...
Labor's Fibre-to-the-Node (FttN) broadband plans have been jeopardized by a federal government move to lock down the $2 billion Communications Fund, which was set to be financial backbone of the opposition's network.
The good guys are taking a hit in the ongoing online war between the thugs who profit from phishing and malware, and those who work to stop them.
BEA Systems' planned next-generation application platform, called Project Genesis, will feature an open source component and accommodate scripting languages such as Ruby and Perl, BEA officials said at the BEAWorld San Francisco conference on Tuesday...
U.K. retailer Next has admitted its Next Directory online and catalogue business has suffered fraud losses of several million pounds in the first half of the year.
Powerful PCs don't have to be power-hungry, claimed OQO this week as it launched a Windows Vista-capable version of its 02 ultra-mobile PC (UMPC), sporting VIA's latest ultra-low-voltage (ULV) 1.6GHz processor chip.
Microsoft and Novell on Wednesday swung open the doors on their Windows/Linux interoperability lab and said its initial focus will be around three projects involving virtualization, management and identity federation.
Cisco CEO John Chambers Wednesday outlined his vision for the future of the IT industry at VMworld in San Francisco.
Game developers in Australia just want a fair shake, one they claim mediums like film and TV are already getting in the form of government kickbacks.
US Sen. Barack Obama launched a new Web 2.0 campaign effort Wednesday, using LinkedIn's professional networking site to solicit comments from the network's 14 million users about business topics.
Adaptec has added three iSCSI-only storage subsystems to its SnapServer line, and aims to go head to head with NetApp, EqualLogic, LeftHand and even Dell/EMC in the market for mid-sized storage area networks, or SANs.
The Sydney Opera House is looking to extend its existing blade server infrastructure with HP's new c3000 series systems which promise to bring enterprise blade technology to branch offices and SMBs.
FaceTime Communications, a maker of network security appliances, announced the USG (Unified Security Gateway), one of the first devices directed at the full gamut of UC (unified communications) services, this week.
NetApp has, as predicted, announced its new FAS 2020 and FAS 2050 storage arrays. They use serial-attached SCSI (SAS) drives, a first for NetApp, but only internally. Expansion shelves can only use Fibre Channel or Serial ATA (SATA) drives.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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