Intel plans to announce on Wednesday availability of a new processor designed for use in cell phones, the company confirmed Monday.
Intel will discuss the next-generation of its Itanium processor family and outline techniques developed for future integrated circuits at the International Solid State Circuits Conference this week in San Francisco.
The judge in the U.S. government's antitrust case against Microsoft has ruled that two attempts to appeal the case, including one from a consumer group, cannot move forward.
After removing links to a security patch that caused the NT 4.0 operating system to fail, Microsoft on Friday posted an updated patch that fixes the NT 4.0 problem.
Microsoft Office's newest family member has a name. The company announced Monday that the XML document creation application previously code-named XDocs is now called InfoPath.
Simulating the Antarctic environment may involve a wealth of scientific know-how, but for the team involved with the Tasmania Partnership for Advanced Computing (TPAC), it's also about having the most advanced and steadfast computing power at your fi...
An Australian IT company has been the victim of a worm that was modified to scan hard disks and send sensitive data to a specific IP address, proving that corporate spying is not restricted to Hollywood films.
President George W. Bush has reportedly directed the U.S. government to develop a policy on waging cyber-warfare, but one security vendor suggested such tactics could backfire.
Two men were arrested in England and one in the U.S. Thursday on suspicion of being part of a hacking group that created a relatively unknown Internet worm, officials said.
Intel's Centrino bundle of a chipset, processor and wireless LAN module for portable computers will be released on March 12, an Intel spokesman in Europe said Friday.
Details of Intel's new Pentium-M processor, the chip formerly known as Banias, and its Manitoba processor for cell phones will be released during a series of keynote speeches from company executives at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum (IDF).
A U.S. Department of Defense spokesman has never heard of the group that operated AONN.gov, and the U.S. General Services Administration has pulled the site's .gov domain because of questions about the organization's connection to the U.S. government...
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The proprietor of a bizarre Web site selling purple plates on the Internet, which were claimed to have exceptional powers, has been jailed for one month for contempt of court. The sentence follows action for misleading and deceptive conduct by the Au...
The Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) PC market saw sales reach 21.7 million units in 2002, 8.6 percent higher than in 2001, according to figures released Wednesday by Gartner Inc.'s Dataquest unit.
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