IBM Corp. will release a new desktop chip for its PowerPC line based on technology from its server chips this October, according to an industry analyst.
A security hole in the widely used Macromedia Inc. Shockwave Flash file format used with Web browsers can allow an attacker to execute code of their choice on affected systems, according to a new security alert released Friday by eEye Digital Securit...
Sanyo Electric Corp. plans to start mass production of blue lasers for data replay devices such as DVD players, in April 2003, the company said Friday.
Researchers looking for more accurate information about Internet threats such as worms and DoS (denial-of-service) attacks are experimenting with a technique that looks at the Internet something like the way astronomers look at the universe.
Taiwanese hardware maker Benq Corp. plans to introduce a portable DVD player, called DVD Gem, that can function as an external DVD-ROM drive and play CDs and music files in MP3 format, the company said this week.
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is in danger of becoming another over-hyped technology like WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), and telecommunications companies must reassess their predictions of how much extra revenue it will bring, according to...
Telstra has bought Australia's biggest public wireless local area network (WLAN) from SkyNetGlobal for $3.3 million.
It may be years before your car is powered by a fuel cell, but your handheld computer won't have to wait too long if engineers at MTI MicroFuel Cells Inc. have their way.
Ahead of the Linuxworld Conference and Expo, which begins Tuesday in San Francisco, IBM Corp. is seeding the field with a collection of announcements that illustrate its momentum behind the open-source operating system. The company detailed Thursday ...
A series of security holes in the Google Inc. Toolbar, an application offered by the popular search engine that adds easily accessible search features to Web browsers, could allow an attacker to read files, reroute searches and execute scripts on an ...
Sales of handheld devices such as PDAs (personal digital assistants) in Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) in the first half of 2002 were 19 percent lower than in the second half of 2001, according to figures released Wednesday by research company IDC.
Noting reduced spending in the industry, RealNetworks Inc. Thursday outlined a restructuring plan that the company hopes will return it to a position of overall growth.
No one is happy with a June decision by the U.S. Copyright Office and the Librarian of Congress on the rates webcasters are to be charged per song. Both sides of the dispute, Internet music broadcasters and the Recording Industry Association of Ameri...
Notebooks with desktop processors may promise better performance than those with notebook chips, but the added processing power means nothing if the desktop chip overheats the laptop and causes it to malfunction. Problems with such a machine, Toshiba...
Australian scientists are calling into question one of our most important scientific theories -- Einstein's calculation of the speed of light, the famous E=MC² equation.
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