A research team in Japan says it has successfully demonstrated for the first time in the world in a solid-state device one of the two basic building blocks that will be needed to construct a viable quantum computer.
If you're feeling overwhelmed by information overload lately, you may not be alone. The amount of new information stored on various media such as hard drives has doubled in the past three years, to five exabytes of new information produced in 2002, a...
Microsoft Corp. in the "Whidbey" version of the Visual Studio tool, due in 2004, will feature a set of design tools called "Whitehorse," to enable building of services-oriented systems.
Dell has released the final product from its recent consumer push, a new Dimension desktop PC targeted at the gaming community.
Trend Micro is updating and expanding its antivirus software with the release of PC-cillin Internet Security 2004, a suite of security programs and services for small offices and homes.
A new Australian search engine which claims to be the first of its kind to intuitively cluster Web search results has been forced to shut down some of its advanced search functionality and boost server capacity after just one week online due to an ov...
Microsoft on Monday updated its plans for entering the portable media market, giving the software formerly known as Media2Go the official name of Windows Mobile software for Portable Media Centers and pushing back the time frame for when the devices ...
AmberPoint on Tuesday unveiled an abbreviated version of its Web services management software, AmberPoint Express, that will be distributed with the planned "Whidbey" version of the Microsoft's Visual Studio developer tool in 2004.
Microsoft will detail plans to disable the Windows Messenger Service and activate the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) by default on Windows XP machines in an effort to protect computers from malicious attacks, a company executive said Tuesday.
Sony plans to cut 20,000 jobs, about 13 percent of its worldwide workforce, and push for greater convergence between its electronics, games and entertainment content over the next three years as part of a reorganization detailed by the company Tuesda...
An e-mail-borne virus that apparently originated in Germany is in the wild but has not yet spread widely or affected many users, an antivirus researcher said Monday.
Telstra is trying to retain customer loyalty by fast tracking a program of improvements to its BigPond service.
IBM took the wraps off two new Thinkpad mobile workstations Monday that push the limits of Intel Corp.'s Pentium M processor and ATI Technologies's graphics technology, IBM said.
Dell released details Monday about its previously announced Dell Digital Jukebox music player and its new download service, both of which will be available Tuesday.
Fujitsu is preparing to launch a new slate-type Tablet PC that features a faster processor, larger screen and more capacious hard-disk drive than its current model.
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