The worldwide PC market finished 2004 on a strong note, with double-digit percentage growth for the year, according to research released by IDC and Gartner.
SAP and Microsoft announced the availability of a new portal development kit, delivering on a promise made last year to integrate their Web services-based technology platforms.
Chilli Internet has dropped the entry level price for its iBurst mobile laptop broadband by $20, with plans now starting from $49.95 per month for 300MB of downloads at 512Kbps.
Toshiba has developed software to remotely operate a PC using a mobile phone over a cellular network.
The last major chip design that Mooly Eden convinced Intel to adopt was a failure. As he prepared the design in the late 1990s that would become the Pentium M, he knew he couldn't afford to miss a second opportunity.
Google has introduced an upgrade to its Picasa photo editing and organizing software, offering users advanced capabilities such as adding new lighting and color effects, and burning CDs.
Melbourne IT has acknowledged that it was partially responsible for a Web domain hijacking that left a New York Internet hosting company without an Internet address over the weekend.
Sharp will later this month put on sale two multimedia notebook PCs with screens as bright or brighter than the company's LCD (liquid crystal display) TVs. The screens are the brightest in the industry for notebook PCs, a company executive said at a ...
Internet users were warned Monday of a new mass mailer worm that masquerades as an appeal for aid after last month's Indian Ocean tsunami disaster.
The two contestants are definitely not in the same weight category but their trademark dispute is due to be adjudicated by a civil court in Naples and the outcome could have legal repercussions around the globe.
Panix.com, the main domain name of New York Internet provider Public Access Networks, was apparently hijacked over the weekend, leaving customers of the company without e-mail and Web access for a day and a half.
Intel has announced a massive reorganisation of its operating groups, creating new groups to focus on areas such as the digital home and health care, and shuffling the roles of a number of key executives.
Retailing giant 7-Eleven announced this week that it will transition its 5,300 convenience stores from using a DOS-based batch data-processing handheld to a somewhat newer CE.net-based device.
Offerings set for Microsoft apps development platform Compuware on Tuesday will announce tools providing fault simulation and security analysis for developers building applications on the Microsoft platform.
Hewlett-Packard will merge its PC division and printer division into a new organization led by Vyomesh Joshi, the current head of the printer group, the company announced Friday.
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