Microsoft's Project, long known as essentially a desktop productivity tool, will make its debut next month as a full-fledged corporate project and resource management product suite, the company announced Tuesday at the NetWorld+Interop show in Las Ve...
After seven months of upgrades, tweaks and adding new features, Red Hat Inc. is unveiling the latest version of its open-source Linux operating system.
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Both Hewlett-Packard's Pavilion and Compaq's Presario PC lines will survive the companies' merger, according to information posted on HP's Web site on Tuesday, its first day of operating as a combined company.
How many PDAs (personal digital assistants) and laptops have you or your coworkers lost? How well do laptop users guard their passwords when at customer sites? How many nightmares does that give the security techs back at the office?
End-user unrest over Microsoft's enterprise licensing plan may prompt some companies to move from the Microsoft Office suite to rival Sun Microsystems' personal productivity suite, StarOffice, according to research group Gartner.
Companion Engineering & Design on Tuesday announced Intuem. Intuem is a MIDI-based music authoring application for Mac OS X that has been developed specifically for education and home use.
Intel has rolled out three of the company's fastest Pentium 4 desktop processors to date. Pentium 4 chips running at clock speeds of 2.53GHz, 2.40GHz and 2.26GHz were introduced yesterday, according to representatives for Intel in Santa Clara, Califo...
Apple Computer Inc.'s always animated developers received a treat Monday with a sneak peek at the next release of the company's Mac OS X operating system, new software tools and news that a rack-mount server is on its way.
A new security vulnerability in America Online Inc.'s Instant Messenger (AIM) program could allow an attacker to run a program on a user's computer.
Depth: It's the great untapped dimension that monitor technology has been missing. Now an emerging New Zealand-based company has its eyes set on becoming to monitors what "Dolby" is to sound technology.
The PC industry is not going to see a sequential increase in revenue during the current quarter, as corporate spending on IT infrastructure remains weak, according to Intel Corp.'s chief executive officer.
Red Hat Inc. released the latest version of its Linux software Monday, adding the newest version of the KDE (K Desktop Environment) graphical desktop interface and the ability to configure a personal firewall at installation.
Pacific Internet has announced a strategic agreement with NEC broadband network subsidiary NEXTEP to deliver a new business grade broadband DSL service in Australia.
Transcend Information on Monday introduced a new line of adapters and a reader/writer intended for users of Memory Stick media. Memory Sticks are used extensively in Sony Corp.-branded digital cameras and digital music players and other devices.
A security hole in the way Macromedia's Flash player handles ActiveX content could allow an attacker to run the code of their choice on vulnerable systems, according to a security advisory published by eEye Digital Security Inc. late Thursday. Macrom...
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