The advent of dual-core processors with two CPUs on a single chip is causing many IT managers to wring their hands over the hefty increases in licensing fees sought by major software vendors.
Gamers got their first chance to lay their hands on Sony Computer Entertainment's highly-anciticipated PlayStation Portable at the Tokyo Game Show on Friday and initial reactions were mostly positive.
Ahead Software and ESS Technology announced a major development this week for Ahead's Nero Digital video format. ESS will incorporate Nero Digital support into the next version of its Vibratto chip. ESS chips power the digital video processing in man...
EBay has dropped plans to close its Half.com next month and move the online used merchandise store's buyers and sellers onto eBay's site.
News that Comindico has gone into voluntary administration following the breakdown of investment negotiations has sent shockwaves through its ISP community.
Mobile Innovations is moving on from its severed Vodafone partnership to develop broadband phones for the consumer market, with its first product to hit the shelves of Dick Smith and other major retail outlets this week.
Microsoft will accelerate the rollout of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) over the next month and has released the first official update for SP2 to fix a problem some users had with VPNs (virtual private networks).
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Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia will offer mobile antivirus software through F-Secure as one of the features in its new Nokia 6670 smart phone when it is released in October, the companies announced Thursday.
Microsoft filed nine lawsuits against individuals and companies alleged to be involved in the distribution of spam, the company said Wednesday.
New computer code that exploits a recently disclosed hole in Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browser is circulating on the Internet and could allow remote attackers to take full control of vulnerable Windows machines, according to warnings from ant...
Sony's new 20GB hard-disk drive based Walkman will hit Australian shelves next month but with pricing $100 more than the equivalent sized Apple iPod.
Optima's leap into 64-bit computing was inspired by affordability and reliability and not processor performance, according to desktop product manager, Joshua Carr.
Canon will support Microsoft's new Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) in its future digital camera products, a major win for Microsoft as it tries to win industry support for its new synchronization protocol.
IRiver on Wednesday announced two portable media players that include color screens and support for songs encoded in the Microsoft Windows Media Player 10 format, which will help the players reach out to more digital music subscription services.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.
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