A class-action lawsuit targeting Apple and AT&T, filed last week in a US federal court, accuses the companies of illegally conspiring to tie iPhone customers to the telecom company's wireless network.
Tens of thousands of cyber-police monitor the activities of Chinese Internet users, according to a report by Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF) released this week.
Microsoft said this week it would collaborate with Zend Technologies to allow PHP developers to build support for user-centric identity cards into their Web-based applications.
New FlashMate hybrid hard drive technology has been introduced that allows data to be read, even when the computer is switched off.
The question that Michael Dell, the CEO and chairman of the company that bears his name, was asked twice by a Gartner analyst was also one of the most direct sent his way. Is the PC business, Dell's core business, "at risk?"
Amazon this week unveiled a new service level agreement (SLA) that it said guarantees that customers using its hosted Simple Storage Service (S3) will receive at least 99.9 percent uptime each month.
By developing a version of its open source desktop Firefox Web browser to run on mobile devices, Mozilla hopes to break the hold some handset makers and carriers have on what mobile applications consumers can use, an executive of the company says.
After several months of claiming that fixing a critical flaw was not its job, Microsoft reversed direction yesterday and acknowledged a bug in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that could let attackers hijack machines.
Online auction house eBay has added new social networking communities to its site in an effort to provide new ways to connect buyers and sellers.
Security researchers spotted an attack this week that exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Word patched just days before.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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