Executives at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) painted a much different picture of the chip maker than in recent years during a briefing for analysts and reporters Friday at the company's headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.
Worldwide shipments of personal digital assistants (PDAs) using Microsoft 's Windows CE operating system have surpassed those using PalmSource's Palm OS for the first time, following a precipitous decline in Palm OS PDA shipments in the third quarter...
Telstra is offering $50 ADSL starter packages bundled with DVD rentals, music downloads and digital photo prints in an attempt to gain more ADSL customers before Christmas.
CIOs finding it difficult to find and retain software developers should consider what their work environment offers over and above a weekly pay cheque, according to Eagle Datamation International's (EDI) CEO Richard White.
Apple Computer Inc. has quietly removed a feature of its online iPod Store -- a ratings system that arbitrarily gave any Apple-branded product an instant '5 Apple' rating. Apple's iPod Store is an extension of the company's online retailing efforts. ...
Dell continued to outpace the rest of the IT industry in the company's third quarter with sizzling growth in shipments, revenue, and net income adding up to the best quarter yet for the hardware vendor, the company said Thursday.
The newest version of the MyDoom virus suggests to security experts that the much-anticipated Zero-Day attack may have already arrived.
ScanSoft is looking for word crunchers to do away with typing, claiming the latest version of its speech recognition software to be 99 per cent accurate and capable of interpreting words spoken at 160 words per minute
A security company is claiming to have discovered a set of 10 major security flaws in Microsoft's Windows XP Service Pack 2, bypassing many of the security measures the update puts into place.
In sharp contrast to last month's barrage of critical patches, Microsoft on Tuesday offered up just one "important" fix for users to implement in its scheduled round of security updates for November.
Poor old Citibank. This financial services firm is still the biggest target of online scammers trying to get Internet users to part with their cash.
IBM on Wednesday announced the pre-release of several tools for SMBs (small and midsize businesses) designed to speed development of solutions built on IBM middleware.
Skype Technologies is teaming with Siemens to offer cordless phone users the ability to make Internet telephony calls, in addition to traditional calls, from their handsets.
Google will roll out POP3 (Post Office Protocol) support gradually over the coming weeks to Gmail users, who will be able to use the feature to download e-mail messages from Gmail servers to e-mail applications on devices such as PCs and wireless dev...
Microsoft is set to unleash its much-anticipated search technology today, as it ramps up efforts to take on market leader Google.
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