Fujitsu Siemens Computers continues to bang the green IT drum after unveiling a number of green IT initiatives and predictions at its VisitIT forum in Berlin.
Sony Ericsson has introduced a "world standard" 3G USB modem, and has extended its relationship with Google by announcing its first mobile phone with Google Maps and RSS newsfeeds as standard.
VOIP provider Vonage has tentatively agreed to settle a patent infringement lawsuit filed by rival AT&T, with the smaller company paying about US$39 million, Vonage announced.
If Sony is pulling out of plans to do 32-nanometer chip research, it's a smart move for a company plagued by financial troubles and it won't affect the industry's march toward smaller microprocessors, analysts say.
Verizon Communications is being sued by a US couple after the company's installers accidentally set their apartment on fire while installing fiber optic service (FiOS).
Apple gets an "A" for effort on Time Machine but barely a passing grade in execution, an executive at a major disk drive maker said after answering questions from users frustrated with the company's new backup and restore software.
The Russian Business Network (RBN), a notorious hacker and malware hosting organization that operates out of St. Petersburg, Russia, has gone off the air, security researchers said today.
Hoping to seed grassroots interest, Gigaspaces is making its enterprise-targeted eXtreme Application Platform middleware available for free to startup firms.
Just hours after it launched final versions of almost all of its Windows Live-branded services and software, Microsoft also debuted a beta of Windows Live Calendar, its iCal-compliant, next-generation online scheduler.
Ever wish you could drive around the city but not worry about parking?
A new spam campaign has emerged that tells stories of the hard-knock life, and then asks for money.
Security administrators should have a pretty easy time of it next Tuesday as Microsoft says it will issue just two updates in its monthly security software release.
IBM, Microsoft and SAP are taking a charge at the business Web 2.0 market, but the big vendors still lag behind smaller rivals who have developed far more innovative technology with quicker release cycles, according to a Forrester analyst.
With exploit code in circulation and no patch available for a buffer-overflow bug, Oracle's flagship database software is open to attack, security researchers said today.
As companies move to restrict Web surfing at work, more of them are blocking access to MySpace than to Facebook, according to a survey released Wednesday by Web security company Barracuda Networks Inc.
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