Go anywhere in Silicon Valley these days and everyone is looking out for bursting economic bubbles.
In the latte-fueled and Internet-obsessed Seattle region, 15,000 daily commuters who cruise to work on 25 Washington state ferries face dual withdrawal on a trip that can last as long as an hour: No Internet access, and if they don't have cash, no c...
Microsoft Corp.'s .NET development platform received boosts this week from Visible Systems Corp., which is providing a code-generation tool based on modeling, and ClientSoft Inc., which is enabling the integration of mainframe programs with .NET envi...
Printer vendor Brother has recalled a series of printers in the US and Canada and will pay its authorised services partners in Australia to replace the faulty part in the machines of any Australian customers.
Financial news and technology company Reuters Group has launched a high security instant messaging (IM) product for the financial services industry.
Internet and telephone bills continue to generate the highest complaint levels from customers, according to the Telecommunication Industry Ombudsmen's (TIO) Annual Report for 2001/2002.
Users can expect to see the processing speed of Intel Corp.'s desktop processors hit 15GHz and that of wireless device and PDA (personal digital assistant) processors hit 5GHz by 2010, the chip maker's chief technology officer said in Tokyo on Wednes...
Xandros, a new entrant in the Linux market, released its first OS on Tuesday, claiming ease of use, installation and functionality as its greatest drawcards.
Sharp Corp. and its partner Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd. (SEL) unveiled Tuesday what the companies claim to be a world-first prototype of an LCD (liquid crystal display) with an 8-bit CPU (central processor unit) on its glass substrate.
Market research firm DisplaySearch Inc. today published its 2002 LCD Monitor Strategy Report. The company said that it expects LCD monitors to overtake CRTs on a revenue basis in 2004, outselling them by 5 to 1 by 2006.
One day before Microsoft Corp. is set to release the latest version of its MSN Internet access software, rival America Online Inc. (AOL) said Wednesday that its new 8.0 software has set download records since it launched last week, setting the stage ...
The distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack launched Monday against all 13 of the Internet domain name system (DNS) root servers failed to bring down the Internet, but that doesn't mean that more attacks won't follow and succeed where this week's...
Flaws in several versions of Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer Web browser could allow an attacker to read files or run arbitrary code on a user's system, an Israeli Web application company warned Tuesday.
In a bid to attract Telstra's ISDN subscribers and build its profile in the SME space, Optus has launched a Voice over DSL (VoDSL) service which allows customers to access analog voice and data services via a single DSL network connection.
Hundreds of Web radio stations are going dark because they claim that new royalties, currently set at a fraction of a penny per user per song and retroactive to 1998, will bankrupt them. Broadcasters are crying foul because they feel they are victims...
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