Toshiba plans to begin sample production next year of a coin-size hard-disk drive that can hold up to 3G bytes of data, the company said Tuesday.
Samsung Electronics plans to shortly begin mass production of a flash memory chip that could enable memory cards and portable electronic devices to offer greater data storage area, the company said Tuesday.
Microsoft is creating a new central engineering division that will work on the core of the Windows OS (operating system), the company said Monday.
Seeking to expand its product offerings, network security vendor Check Point Software Technologies is acquiring firewall software company Zone Labs for US$205 million.
Microsoft will use January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to announce wrist watches and wireless services based on its Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT), a Microsoft spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday.
President George W. Bush signed a bill into law Tuesday establishing federal rules for commercial e-mail and penalties for unsolicited mass spamming.
Canadians can legally download peer-to-peer music files, although uploading them is still illegal, the Canadian Copyright Board ruled Friday.
Digital media company Loudeye and Microsoft on Monday partnered to launch offerings that will help companies set up branded online music services.
Avaya is introducing a SOHO box that can network home-office data machines, support traditional, wireless and IP voice services and provide PBX call features.
Three Australian music retailers and an e-tailer yesterday launched paid music download services, offering almost 100,000 tracks from two major record labels.
Australian ISP TPG has followed in the footsteps of its larger rivals, announcing new "unlimited" broadband plans for a flat monthly fee.
Optus will give its cable broadband customers a hefty data bonus during January and February, in anticipation of new plans and pricing for its OptusNet cable and forthcoming ADSL services next year.
Atari claims sales of its new PC game Terminator 3: War of the Machines are back to normal after a hiccup which saw the game shipped without CD keys, meaning customers couldn’t install or play the game.
Toshiba has developed a technology that allows users of devices with liquid crystal displays (LCDs) to adjust the viewing angle so that its harder for people to view the screen from an angle, the company said Friday.
The Oslo Court of Appeals heard closing arguments Wednesday and Thursday in the trial of Jon Lech Johansen, also known as "DVD Jon." A verdict is expected on Dec. 22.
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