The service provider business segment is in the process of morphing into multiple parallel lines of business. YouTube.com, Google.com and MySpace.com consider themselves next generation or alternate service providers.
Apple Computer faces a lawsuit in the U.S., following similar charges in Europe, over tying its iTunes music store to the iPod digital music player.
Google has fixed a flaw that would have allowed Web sites to harvest information from Gmail contact lists, a problem that could have let spammers collect reams of new e-mail addresses.
Apple's QuickTime software has a highly serious bug that could leave Windows and Mac users open to attacks by malicious websites, according to a project aimed at disclosing Apple bugs throughout January.
A U.S. computer scientist and a Microsoft researcher have devised a program that drastically reduces application crashes and can prevent some types of attacks by altering the way applications use memory.
Strong sales of consumer electronics over the holiday period pushed worldwide semiconductor sales for November up by 11.3 percent over last year, a trade group reported Tuesday.
A network outage at hosting provider SAVVIS Communications has knocked a number of Web sites offline including Web portal Lycos.
Taiwan's Via Technologies will next month begin shipping a new motherboard series and chipset designed to be used in consumer electronics products.
Yahoo Japan has decided to refund users of its auction Web site any money that was sent to a consumer electronics retailer that abruptly closed down and disappeared.
Verisign is warning of a new e-mail worm arriving in inboxes with the subject "Happy New Year!"
An investigation into past stock option grants at Apple Computer has found that Chief Executive Steve Jobs was aware of procedural irregularities but did not benefit personally from the grants or understand the accounting implications.
A computer hacker claims to have broken the AACS (Advanced Access Content System) encryption specification used to control unauthorized copying on HD-DVD and Blu-ray video players.
Mobile technology is moving steadily towards richer applications that require higher speeds, and according to several cellular vendors, service providers and industry analysts, the only way to its future is through a combination of HSUPA (High Speed ...
A group of Japanese content producers that asked YouTube to act on the large amount of copyrighted material on the popular site say a response received from the company was unsatisfactory.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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