Hewlett-Packard chief executive officer Mark Hurd has begun to shake things up at his new company. On Monday the company announced that it had split its recently merged printer and personal computer groups into two separate divisions, undoing one of ...
Intel has published its latest chip price list, without lowering the cost of a single chip, indicating the personal computer industry is humming along this year.
Storage software company Veritas Software is conducting a beta trial of a web browser-based data recovery tool designed to help users recover lost files themselves from backup copies.
Pop singer Britney Spears has edged out Bill Gates as the celebrity most commonly associated with malicious software distributed via e-mail, according to data released Monday from security software company Panda Software.
D-Link has launched a new online network configurator aimed at increasing sales in its mass merchant channel.
The Mozilla Foundation's Firefox managed to slightly increase its usage share in the Web browser market in May, as it continues to compete against the market's Goliath: Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE).
Nokia is turning to open-source software developers to provide a new Web browser for smart phones based on its Series 60 mobile phone software platform, the company announced Monday.
A U.S. district court judge has thrown out four counts in Novell's antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft, but let stand two other counts accusing the software giant of damaging Novell's business through monopolistic behavior.
Microsoft says the next release of its database software SQL Server 2005 puts to rest the notion that the product isn't meant for enterprise-sized businesses, but one industry observer says the program provider might have some trouble convincing larg...
Toshiba is seeking a public retraction from Environment Victoria, which criticised the vendor's environmental policy.
SPSS, a provider of software for predictive analytics, unveiled the results of its behind-the-scenes work with the Microsoft database development team this week. SPSS announced a version of its statistical analysis toolset that can be embedded into t...
A Shanghai man was sentenced to death Tuesday after a dispute over ownership of a virtual sword in an online game led to a real-life slaying.
Seagate Technology will start a shipping 2.5-inch notebook PC drive with 160G-bytes of capacity in the first quarter of next year, it said Thursday.
UMA, the standard behind BT's imminent Bluephone, got a double boost from Alcatel and Nokia at the SuperComm exhibition in Atlanta.
Apple Computer has fixed a number of security holes in Mac OS X, some of which could allow remote attackers to take over a system.
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