HP's "digital pen" technology is going on the road with a little help from Nokia.
Military-grade Web defacements are rare these days; however, the Australian Army Cadets have found themselves recruiting a different sort of prospect following an embarrassing defacement attack by a hacker group running under the name of "spykids".
Knocking an aeroplane out of the sky by simply using an ultra-fast Internet connection is closer to fact than fantasy, say opponents of a new Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) technology.
Michael Robertson, the founder of MP3.com and head of desktop Linux company Linspire, on Thursday next week plans to launch a new music download company and service called MP3tunes.
Hitachi will significantly boost its stake in its PDP joint venture with Fujitsu, a move that should help reduce its costs for the panels and gain more control over production, according a company executive.
Amazon.com posted solid growth in revenue and net income during its 2004 fourth quarter, but missed financial analysts' earnings expectations.
Reinforcing its positioning of Office as not just an applications suite, but a development platform, Microsoft on Wednesday kicked off its first Office System Developer Conference.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) on Wednesday declared its intention to become the leading vendor in notebook shipments by the end of 2005, specifically targeting IBM's notebook customers as that business becomes part of Lenovo Group.
Cellnet has extended plans to participate in the consumer electronics business by announcing an AV Import division designed to source, brand and market its own range of electronics goods.
Symbian Ltd. is taking its operating software for smart phones downmarket with a new focus on high-volume, low-cost phones for the mass market, and a renewed emphasis on security, it said Wednesday.
A method of bypassing security features in Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) isn't actually a security threat, Microsoft Corp. has claimed.
Google saw its revenue and net income grow significantly in its fourth quarter, as the search engine giant's ad sales continued to climb both on its Web sites and on its ad network partners' Web sites.
A devastating attack on the Internet or a power grid in the next decade is "most plausible", 1300 of the world's leading technology experts and scholars agree - but when it might happen is unclear.
The digital home concept is still at least two years away for most Australians, because of our slow broadband connections.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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