Apple Computer Wednesday released the code for its networking protocol, Rendezvous, which enables computers to recognize such things as printers and consumer electronics devices over wireless networks without the need for any configuration by end use...
Microsoft has updated Internet Explorer to version 5.1.6 and 5.2.2, for Mac OS 8.1/9 and Mac OS X respectively. The new builds of Internet Explorer fix security shortcomings and other issues.
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. is looking for ways to scale back its DRAM (dynamic RAM) business and is considering an alliance with other companies, both in Japan and overseas, the company said Wednesday.
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The Mozilla development project, mozilla.org, on Monday released Phoenix 0.1, a speedier version of its open source Web browser.
Guardian Digital Inc. has released a Linux operating system for businesses that it claims is easier to use and more secure than other competing products.
When Creative Labs Inc. launched the Audigy sound card towards the end of last year it raised the bar for PC audio. With the announcement Tuesday of its latest release, the Audigy 2, it hopes to do the same again.
Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that it has acquired U.K. video game developer Rare Ltd., which produces such titles as "GoldenEye 007" and "Donkey Kong Country," for US$375 million in cash.
Advanced Micro Devices added two processors to its roster Tuesday, introducing the Mobile AMD Athlon XP 1900+ and 2000+, it said in a release.
Lindows.com Inc. said Tuesday that it reached a deal with AOL Time Warner Inc. (AOLTW) to include the company's Netscape branded mail, browser and instant messaging (IM) software with its low-cost Linux-based operating system.
National carrier Telstra has begun offering a commercial wireless e-mail service based on the Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) BlackBerry device.
RealNetworks spun out the gold version of its new "universal" RealOne Player version 2 Tuesday, boasting enhanced CD burning features and faster playback.
Canon will commercialize an 11 million pixel SLR (single lens reflex) digital still camera for high-end users in November, the company announced Tuesday.
The precise location of virtually any consumer electronics device will be able to be determined using a new chip from Motorola Inc. that puts global positioning system (GPS) technology on a single chip, the company said Tuesday.
The Australian Consumers' Associations has polled over 3000 computer users to find that the average PC ranks lower for performance and reliability than any other home appliance.
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