Micro-Star International Co. (MSI) last week showed off 13 motherboards and four graphics cards made to be used with Nvidia's SLI (scalable link interface) technology, for better gaming performance.
Japan's Seiko Epson has developed a prototype electronic-paper display that offers the world's highest resolution, the company said Monday.
EBay will release in coming months new application programming interfaces (APIs) for external developers to enhance eBay-based applications aimed at online buyers, the San Jose, California company announced Monday at its developer conference in Las V...
To handle high computing loads in multimedia handsets and smartphones, Texas Instruments plans to build a faster, more efficient family of processors by 2008, the company announced Monday.
Microsoft has released research showing, among other things, that its security tools find malicious software on about 1 in every 311 times it scans a PC.
Google has upgraded one of its flashier products, the Google Earth mapping application, with a revamped user interface and a larger index of images, the Mountain View, California, company said Monday.
With support for its Windows 98 and Windows Millennium Edition (ME) operating systems about to expire, Microsoft has given up on the idea of patching a critical security vulnerability in the products, the company announced last week.
Germany, it appears, can't get enough soccer these days. With one World Cup tournament already under way, another is scheduled to begin Wednesday -- with robots instead of human beings kicking away to score goals.
A mass-mail worm that exploits a vulnerability in Yahoo's Web e-mail is making the rounds but the impact appears to be low, security vendor Symantec said Monday.
With a celebrity assist from a star of the TV show "24," Microsoft on Sunday touted its "People-Ready" business strategy and four attendant promises for IT.
Microsoft's Dynamics NAV 5.0 will be the first of the vendor's ERP (enterprise resource planning) applications to run on its upcoming Windows Vista operating system come 2007, Microsoft executives said Monday.
Nortel says it means business -- small business -- with the launch this week of VoIP, Ethernet, WAN and wireless LAN gear targeting companies with five to 250 users.
Three years ago, former Intel Chief Executive Officer Craig Barrett used his keynote speech at the Intel Developer Forum to show the company's vision of what future laptops will look like.
Users looking for pocket-sized storage devices for digital photos, files, songs and other data should see 16G-byte USB flash drives out by the end of the year.
The voice and data network deployed by Avaya to support the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, which kicked off Thursday, is the largest ever built for any sporting event, according to the networking company.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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