Toshiba has issued a recall of its high-end Pocket PC e740 due to a problem with the handheld's backup battery.
Computer science researchers are predicting new types of dangerous worms that would be able to infect Web servers, browsers and other software so quickly that the working Internet itself could be taken over in a matter of minutes.
Visa International Inc. is partnering with a maker of voice recognition software to develop voice authentication technology for use with Visa-brand credit cards. The two companies will be looking at applications of the biometric security in the areas...
Sandia National Laboratories plans to build the fastest supercomputer in the US and will offer details on the project at a news conference later today.
Chrysler Group is using a new Linux cluster computer for crash simulation testing and analysis in an effort to make safer cars and trucks.
At least 595 laptops and desktops belonging to the US Navy's Pacific Command in Hawaii have been potentially lost or compromised, according to an internal report that detailed the service's inability to account for hundreds of computers, some of whic...
Microsoft Corp. is giving a tune up to its Windows-branded operating system for use in car dashboards and expects to make a new version of the software available to car makers in the first half of 2003.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., better known as Panasonic, and Microsoft Corp. have jointly developed a new way to store, access and retrieve digital multimedia stored on recordable optical discs, they announced in Tokyo on Friday.
MP3 software maker Musicmatch -- developers of Musicmatch Jukebox -- have announced plans to discontinue support of their Macintosh software, including the subscription-based Mac version of their Radio MX service. Musicmatch plans to focus support of...
Sony has rounded out its tape-drive storage offerings with new Advanced Intelligent Tape (AIT) drives for the lower end of the market.
ACCC chairman Professor Allan Fels has delivered a vigorous warning to suppliers of domain name renewal services, cautioning them against misleading or deceiving customers.
In an increasingly disposable society it was only a matter of time: a throwaway cell phone.
In a scramble to end their session, senators have left small commercial Webcasters with an uncertain--and potentially expensive--future.
The U.S. National Communications System (NCS) plans to develop a Global Early Warning Information System (GEWIS) to monitor the performance of the Internet and provide warnings to government and industry users of threats that could degrade service, s...
Users of Yahoo Inc.'s paid services were targeted by scam artists trying to gain access to their personal information, including credit card numbers.
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