Security firms are warning about the availability of attack code targeting some of the flaws for which Microsoft released patches Tuesday.
LG.Philips LCD cut production and will review its planned spending on new factories and equipment due to falling prices for LCD panels.
Microsoft has defended its decision not to patch a critical security flaw in Windows 98.
United Microelectronics (UMC), the world's second-largest contract chip maker, is targeting earnings per share far higher than industry analysts estimate, a sign chip sales remain brisk globally.
Four of Japan's biggest chip makers will work together on development of manufacturing technology for next-generation semiconductors, they said Tuesday.
Microsoft is expected to announce this week two videoconferencing Webcams that simplify online video chat and can create photo blog entries on Microsoft's MSN Spaces community site.
MySpace, the social networking phenomenon that has become one of the world's most popular Web sites, may "auction off" its search business to a major search engine operator, an executive from its parent company, News Corp, said Tuesday.
Despite three years of slowing growth in sales, worldwide PC shipments grew by a strong 12.6 percent in the first quarter.
Intel and ST Microelectronics are collaborating on developing a new type of memory that could eventually replace both flash and dynamic random access memory.
Google won an early round in a patent lawsuit regarding the technology that drives Google Earth, the search giant's lawyer said on Monday.
Microsoft officially launched its developer site for its Windows Live services at Tech Ed in Boston this week. The site, http://dev.live.com/, offers tools that enable developers to extend Microsoft's Web-based services.
In one of the largest security updates since moving to a monthly patch release cycle, Microsoft Tuesday issued 12 bulletins detailing fixes for 21 separate vulnerabilities in a wide range of products.
It is almost possible to get your grandma to build .Net-based missile defence systems with tools such as Visual Studio Team System (VSTS), Team Foundation Server, and the Microsoft Software Factory, according to an aficionado.
Researchers at Intel have found a better way to insulate circuits, enabling them to save energy as they pack more transistors onto each processor.
Microsoft warned on Friday that customers face security risks if they use some of its aging operating systems after it ends support for them next month.
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