Sony and Samsung Electronics have reached a basic agreement to build a new US$2 billion manufacturing line for LCD (liquid crystal display) panels, the companies said Monday.
Following on the heels of Apple's release of release of Boot Camp, which allows Intel-based Macs to dual-boot Mac OS X and Windows, comes a virtualization system allowing both operating systems to run at the same time.
A company in the U.K. has found a viable business model in procuring Microsoft product licenses from companies going out of business and reselling them to other customers.
Taiwanese optical disk drive maker Lite-On Technology has acquired the optical disk drive manufacturing operations of BenQ, making Lite-On the world's second biggest producer of the storage devices, it announced on Monday.
Microsoft has released an Internet Explorer plug-in that reveals the true scale of the phenomenon of squatting popular URLs with misspelled equivalents.
Second Ponds Creek, the new suburb in Sydney's North West is set to be Australia's largest fibre-to the-premises (FTTP) estate if Telstra gains confidence government regulation won't stifle its return on investment.
IBM researchers have developed encryption technology that can be built directly into a microprocessor to help lock down data in mobile phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), digital media players and other devices, the company said Monday.
The registry for the .eu top level domain (TLD) received 390,000 applications in the first 100 minutes after registration was opened to all residents of the European Union, E.U. Information Society and Media Commissioner Viviane Reding said Friday.
Google India Code Jam 2006, a coding contest for developers, had more than 14,000 participants, Google announced Friday and also named the contest's winners.
Being geographically compact, having a government that fosters a competitive Telco environment and home to a major transcontinental Internet exchange is what makes the Netherlands the number one broadband nation in Europe, members of an official Dutc...
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S. have figured out a way to use viruses to build ultrathin lithium-ion batteries that pack three times the normal energy level for their weight and size.
A database problem with a U.S. domain name registrar exposed sensitive financial and personal information relating to thousands of domain name registrations, a Dutch company said Friday.
Transmeta has renewed an agreement to share its expertise in low-power processors with Sony, dedicating more than 100 engineers to projects in the second quarter of 2006.
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