Do you find your employees not smiling when greeting customers? Japanese component maker Omron's Okao Vision family of facial-recognition products can help.
A company spun off from Sony is developing a line of monitors based on FED (field emission display) technology, which offers faster response times, consumes less power, and produces warmer, more realistic images than is possible with other flat-panel...
Subscribers to a US Department of Homeland Security daily e-mail bulletin were inundated with dozens of e-mails on Wednesday due to a glitch with the mailing list.
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The British Computer Society (BCS) said it's developing a model that's designed to help IT managers select the most efficient servers, and so deliver a greener IT infrastructure.
Kryptiva this week announced an encryption product designed to secure e-mail communications from the sender's desktop to the recipient's in-box.
A U.S. court ruling on Web site accessibility for the blind could force companies to step up their adoption of technology for those with special needs.
BT Group is turning to its own broadband subscribers to help crack a nut that many governments and service providers have struggled with: Widespread Wi-Fi access.
A major upgrade to Google's Urchin Web analytics server software is almost three years late and customers who bought the product worry that Google's silence and inaction may mean it will be discontinued.
Web-site buttons from Internet telephony startup Jajah that allowed eBay buyers and sellers to initiate phone calls have been banned by eBay, a move that Jajah charges is unjustified.
The U.S. federal government took steps earlier this week to shut down Web sites in California in order to protect the public from hacked Web sites, but new incidents show that the problem is not going away any time soon.
The elusive "Rock Phish" group continues to be innovative. The group appears to have started using the so-called "fast flux" method to fool researchers and elude detection, according to new security research.
Apple updated the Windows version of QuickTime today to quash a 13-month-old bug that critics say it overlooked when it patched the media player in March.
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