The Xbox Linux project has announced its first complete Linux distribution for the Xbox gaming console.
New features in the upcoming version of Microsoft Outlook are being lauded by IT administrators who say the features answer some of the most pressing needs of the e-mail client's users.
Chronic shortages in hard disk drives are likely to continue well into November, creating inventory headaches for distributors and resellers alike.
Microsoft Corp. is easing up on its copy protection technology in the upcoming release of its Windows XP Media Center Edition operating system, and will allow users to record TV shows onto CDs and DVDs and play them back on a variety of devices.
Those rare animals at Sun Microsystems Inc. using rival Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system have edged closer to extinction, as the company's head of operating systems has decided the time is right to live the lifestyle and move to Linux.
Clearing up comments made by a Microsoft Corp. executive at a security conference in Paris earlier this week, a company spokesman said Wednesday the software maker was not considering charging for additional security options within its products.
Hewlett-Packard Co. is preparing a series of iPaq PDAs (personal digital assistants) with a built-in fingerprint scanner and WLAN (wireless LAN) support, according to documents filed by the product's maker with the U.S. Federal Communications Commiss...
The sound specialists at Bias Inc. have unveiled Bias Sound Soap, a new digital audio signal processing plug-in for Mac and Windows systems. Steve Berkley, CEO and president of Bias said it's the first professional-quality noise reduction solution th...
Takara Co. Ltd., a Tokyo toy maker, is giving one of its most popular product lines a high-tech touch. The company has taken some of its small plastic cars and built a digital music player into them, and is displaying the result at Ceatec.
After a week of nonstop negotiations, Webcasters and the recording industry have struck a deal designed to keep small Internet radio stations in business.
If you hear an intense vibrating noise or a bang from your superfast 48X CD-ROM or CD-RW drive, beware: Your disc may be shattering.
SonicBlue Inc. has announced two new flash MP3 players: the Rio S50, with an integrated FM tuner, and the Rio S35S, with a rugged shell for athletic use. SonicBlue unveiled them on Monday and expects to start shipping both models in coming weeks.
Software maker Lindows.com Inc. said Tuesday that it has filed for a summary judgment in its battle against Microsoft Corp., claiming that the similarities between the Lindows and Windows names do not impede on Microsoft's trademark since "windows" i...
File swapping aficionados beware. Those MP3s you've been storing on your office computer could soon catch the attention of your network administrator and may even bring the wrath of the legal department down upon your head.
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