IBM Corp. scientists have developed a transistor that can run at 350GHz, nearly three times faster than any transistor available today, IBM said Monday.
Online music sales plummeted 39 percent in the third quarter of this year compared to last year, pushed by increased file sharing and CD burning, new research reveals.
Intel Corp. released three new chips for multiprocessor server environments Monday, updating its Xeon line of processors with a larger level 3 cache and faster clock speeds.
Toshiba Corp. will begin selling from the end of next week three new models of its Genio PDA (personal digital assistant) including two that feature 128M bytes of memory -- the highest capacity yet for a Pocket PC based PDA.
The difference in screen sizes between notebook computers and desktop PCs will narrow next year as users will get to see more notebook PCs with larger and wider LCDs offering higher resolutions, according to industry executives at the LCD/PDP Interna...
Windows Movie Maker for Windows XP is getting a major overhaul that will make Microsoft Corp.'s bundled video-editing app easier to use, more powerful, and more compatible with popular video formats.
Opera Software ASA upgraded its browser for Linux for Intel Corp. and PowerPC users last week, while simultaneously adding a new port to the Unix variance FreeBSD operating system.
Microsoft Corp. does not expect to appeal a ruling handed down Friday by a U.S. judge in its antitrust case, according to the company's top executive.
U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly Friday approved most of the provisions of a settlement deal between Microsoft Corp. and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and nine states that sued the software maker in a landmark antitrust lawsuit...
A ruling due for release Friday from U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly is expected to detail the remedies to be imposed on Microsoft Corp. in the landmark antitrust case filed against it by the federal government. What follows is a sum...
A flaw in software code that implements a protocol for virtual private networks (VPN) makes Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems vulnerable to denial of service attacks, Microsoft Corp. warned late Wednesday.
Can a new type of device topple the mighty PC? Bill Gates apparently thinks so. The Microsoft chairman has predicted that the Tablet PC, which will formally be launched Nov. 7, will account for the majority of PC sales within five years. Success for ...
Apple Computer's Macintosh was among the computer operating systems least prone to attack and damage from malicious hackers, worms and viruses in 2002, while Microsoft''s Windows and the Linux operating systems were the most vulnerable, according to ...
The launch of the Tablet PC marks a second attempt by Microsoft to popularize pen computing, but to the 140 researchers and staff at Microsoft's Research center in Beijing, the event signifies something of a coming of age.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will attempt to bring its message to the masses as it highlights an initiative to educate consumer PC buyers on Athlon XP processor performance in digital media and gaming applications. But leading consumers through a maz...
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