RealNetworks is aiming to spring-board its media delivery technology onto a host of mobile devices through a new deal forged with Swedish telecommunications infrastructure provider Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson.
Under intense pressure to identify and fix potential vulnerabilities in code earlier in the application development life cycle, weary developers are gaining new allies in their Herculean quest.
A security flaw recently revealed in Microsoft’s Windows XP could enable unauthorized users to access password-protected PCs.
Leveraging an economy of scale built on the manufacturing of 40 million disk drives per year, Western Digital said Monday that it has developed an ATA drive that rivals the speed and performance of SCSI drives at a 30 percent cost savings.
A computer hacker, or hackers, has gained access to the credit card numbers of as many as five million credit card customers.
ICQ, the instant messaging software subsidiary owned by America Online Inc. (AOL), sought to display its cosmopolitan flair Tuesday, announcing deals with a handful of global wireless carriers, making its services available to over 40 million subscri...
Search powerhouse Google has snapped up Pyra Labs, the company behind Web log site Blogger, giving it a boost in both Web content and services.
Telecommunications giant Telstra has announced the first round of developers to benefit from a $4.25 million cash donation and $350,000 in bandwidth grants that are being made to encourage the development of applications that require broadband connec...
Ericsson, Nokia and Siemens, three of the world's main GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) network vendors, are working together to turn GSM phones into walkie-talkies, they said Monday.
After investing hundreds of millions of dollars in multimedia messaging infrastructure, the mobile phone industry is still looking for the "killer app," the overwhelmingly useful application that will drive usage of it, according to Don Listwin, chie...
Fresh off its reprieve from fraud charges regarding memory technology, Rambus will provide details on a new parallel interface bus for on-chip connections between components at the Intel Developer's Forum in San Jose, California.
Users with crashed PCs may be able to press a "panic button" and bring up a set of recovery and other utilities later this year if vendors start including a new data "bomb shelter" on the hard disk drives of their PCs.
In a vote of confidence in the tech-savvy consumer, hard drive manufacturer Maxtor has signed a deal that will see hard drives packaged and bundled with upgrade software to be sold on the retail shelves of Dick Smith.
Intel has given developers notice that its SA-1110 StrongArm processor will not be available for much longer.
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