Microsoft plans to release updated versions of Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio at the same time early next year.
Quantum has released hardware it claims will enable resellers and retailers to target markets from SMBs down to advanced home users.
Microsoft is enlisting Linux distributor TurboLinux to help tailor work being done to translate documents between Open XML and ODF file formats for Japanese and Chinese users.
Motorola has agreed to acquire Leapstone Systems, which makes software that helps carriers create and deliver services for wired and wireless networks.
Microsoft officials said Tuesday that the software vendor plans to release updated versions of Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio at the same time early next year.
The former chief executive of ATI Technologies has resigned from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) just nine months after the two companies combined in a US$5.4 billion merger.
Still basking in the glow of its overly hyped iPhone launch, Apple plans to launch a cheaper version of much-sought after devices in the fourth quarter.
Microsoft Tuesday issued six security updates for Windows, Office and the .Net Framework, patching a total of 11 vulnerabilities -- five of them rated critical.
Just days after Microsoft took a more than US$1 billion earnings charge to fix hardware problems in Xbox 360 consoles, a class-action suit says that the consoles also damage game discs.
The blogosphere is buzzing about what some are calling the death of the page view following Nielsen/NetRating's announcement Tuesday that it would stop using the traditional measurement as its primary metric to compare Web sites.
Sony dropped the price of the current PS3 from $599 to $499 on Monday and unveiled a new, 80GB model bundled with a game for release this August.
Juniper this week expanded its E-series edge router line with a lower-end unit designed for smaller points of presence.
People Telecom has recruited national phone retailer, Crazy John's, to on-sell its range of fixed voice and broadband services.
Earlier this month the Business Software Alliance (BSA) upped the ante from US$200,000 to $1 million for anyone who turns in a company that is illegally circumventing software licensing agreements.
Sony is introducing a new version of its PlayStation 3 console in North America in August and cutting the price of the current 60G-byte model by US$100 from Monday, it said.
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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.
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