Microsoft has officially verified the editions for Windows Vista a week after the information leaked when it prematurely appeared on the company's Web site.
Google is adding e-commerce transaction capabilities to its Google Base service, providing a platform for buyers to purchase items from sellers using credit cards.
Jeeves the butler, the face of the Ask Jeeves Web site in recent years, took a forced retirement Monday -- axed in favor of Ask.com, a sleeker, more advanced search engine, according to a statement from the company.
Symantec announced new backup and recovery software aimed at consumers Monday. Called Norton Save & Restore, the software is due to ship in late March.
A number of Australian companies have ditched their fixed lines in favour of mobile and voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services as recent reports indicate the trend to VoIP, and away from fixed-line phones is gathering steam.
Google launched an early test version of a Web page creation and hosting service on Thursday and hours later stopped accepting sign-ups, citing overwhelming demand.
Much has been made of recent patent applications--such as one involving emoticons on cell phones--that seem a far cry from real breakthroughs like the lightbulb. And while many of the weakest patent applications are eventually rejected, some experts ...
Widening its legal assault on copyright infringement, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has filed seven lawsuits in U.S. federal courts against search engines and news groups affiliated with P-to-P (peer-to-peer) networks.
Balthaser Online, a small web application design firm, said this week it has been granted a U.S. patent covering most forms of "rich media" over the Internet.
IBM has collaborated with two universities to develop several speech-enabled Web applications for mobile phones, the company said Friday.
A new preview version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer, with tabbed browsing, an integrated search box, and RSS support -- all features long taken for granted by Firefox users -- is now available.
Symantec on Friday said it has reached an out-of-court agreement in its adware lawsuit against New York-based Hotbar.com. The deal calls for Symantec to dismiss its suit, but continue to classify Hotbar's program files as low-risk adware.
The flurry of security issues involving Apple's Mac OS X over the past week once again hammers home the fact that no technology platform is invulnerable to attacks, whatever the perception might otherwise be, security analysts said.
Lenovo Group has launched a series of low-cost PCs, taking aim at the small and medium businesses now dominated by Dell and Hewlett-Packard.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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