YouTube said it is ready to discuss copyright issues with some of Japan's largest producers of video content after they complained earlier this month about the amount of their material on the popular video Web site.
An online criminal has offered to sell software that exploits an unpatched bug in Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system, according to security vendor Trend Micro.
They just don't make malware like they used to. Or at least like they did earlier this year.
The iPhone has arrived, but not from Apple.
Opera Software ASA has added a filter that blocks phishing sites to its Web browser software, following the example set by rivals Microsoft and Mozilla.
Google and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have signed a formal collaboration agreement that calls for Google to help make NASA information readily accessible on the Web.
Hynix has produced the industry's fastest computer memory -- a 800MHz DRAM chip built using the 60nm process and offering 1Gbit capacity. The current fastest memory runs at 667MHz.
Sony plans to launch an online video download service next year, according to reports in both the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal newspapers.
Japan's Matsushita Electric Industrial (Panasonic) claims it has developed a lithium-ion battery that won't overheat even if a short circuit occurs.
Two NEC desktop computers in Japan have caught fire since late last year and NEC is now offering to replace faulty power units at the root of the problem.
Google announced on Thursday that a domain name search and registration service will be added to its Google Apps for Your Domain offering.
Microsoft's software security team is examining a new flaw in Word but is uncertain when it can release a patch for the vulnerability that opens a gateway for hackers to grab control of a victim's computer.
Symantec customers who have not updated their antivirus software are being targeted by a self-propegating worm, the company said Friday.
Apple has produced another "update" for its AirPort wireless networking system, claiming it improves compatibility between its laptops.
Google has released a customized version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 (IE 7) browser in which Google, not Windows Live Search, is the default search engine.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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