Microsoft posted the second beta of Office 2003 to its Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Web site on Wednesday, only to pull it a few hours later.
Intel boss Craig Barratt had an upbeat message for the audience of his keynote speech at the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose yesterday. His point was simple: if developers can come up with solutions that help businesses and consumers to communicate...
In the old days--three or four years ago--the Demo technology conference teemed with flashy technologies that were frequently short on substance or far from final in form.
In Intel's vision of the future, notebook PCs are always on, always connected, and always useful--offering location-specific information in a mobile design that can run for most of a business day on a single battery charge.
Researchers at NEC have made a breakthrough in quantum computing that brings closer the realization of powerful computers that make today's most advanced machines look like pocket calculators.
E-mail--among the least glamorous of applications, but arguably the most essential--is a logical focus of developers showing productivity tools at the Demo 2003 technology conference this week.
Microsoft is looking to burn spammers targeting users of its Hotmail e-mail service with a lawsuit filed in a California federal court last week.
Accenture has partnered with Microsoft and Avanade to create a hosted development environment for Web services applications.
Sony has developed a new LCD (liquid crystal display) technology for use in office and home projectors and projection displays that offers a significant improvement in both resolution and contrast over current systems.
Hitachi has announced that it will phase out its CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) monitors in Australia to focus instead on the up and coming LCD market.
Most attendees at the Intel Developer Forum came to learn about new Intel Corp. technologies and how they can be used to build products. But they found time to play a video game or two just off the conference show floor, and could also view reference...
RealNetworks is aiming to spring-board its media delivery technology onto a host of mobile devices through a new deal forged with Swedish telecommunications infrastructure provider Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson.
Under intense pressure to identify and fix potential vulnerabilities in code earlier in the application development life cycle, weary developers are gaining new allies in their Herculean quest.
A security flaw recently revealed in Microsoft’s Windows XP could enable unauthorized users to access password-protected PCs.
Leveraging an economy of scale built on the manufacturing of 40 million disk drives per year, Western Digital said Monday that it has developed an ATA drive that rivals the speed and performance of SCSI drives at a 30 percent cost savings.
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