Skype is experiencing software problems that have disconnected service for millions of users.
New exploits against VoIP continue to emerge, but experts say these demonstrations reveal the need for vigilant security and are not fatal flaws to the technology.
Video will drive a 21 percent compound annual growth rate in business IP traffic across WANs from 2006 to 2011, according to a forecast on global IP traffic released this week by Cisco.
RingCube Technologies has launched software that lets you package an entire corporate PC desktop as a single, self-contained, managed software image that can be downloaded over the Internet or run from a USB storage device.
As the global economy continues to go through a green revolution, the Australian Computer Society (ACS) announced ICT use by local businesses generated 7.94 million tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2005, which is on a par with the civil aviation and metal...
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi told Famitsu magazine of Japan that he expects Gran Turismo 5 to launch by next summer.
Microsoft announced on Monday that it would soon allow MMO developers to require hard drive space when playing games on Xbox 360 despite the console maker's previous denial of such claims.
Rumors of an imminent Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) roll out have been blamed on a typo in an official Microsoft e-mail.
A U.S. student who revealed a weakness he had discovered in MySpace has had his profile removed from the social-networking site.
Lime Wire, maker of the controversial LimeWire file-sharing software, plans to go legit with a new music download service.
Customer satisfaction levels at Dell have fallen again, according to a customer satisfaction survey.
IT training provider Excom Education is offering a $14,000 scholarship for its EXpress IT program to help foster careers in IT.
Microsoft quietly beefed up a key defensive feature of 64-bit Windows Vista Tuesday to better protect the operating system against hacks that have plagued it for weeks.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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