Yahoo is pushing one of the frontiers for search engines and has launched a test site for searching video content on the Web.
Scientists at German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies have developed what they claim to be the world's smallest nonvolatile flash memory cell.
Microsoft has purchased Giant Company Software of New York, which makes software to detect a common form of malicious software programs known as "spyware," Microsoft said Thursday.
Engineers at NEC have developed a prototype optical disc drive that supports the new HD-DVD format and is also compatible with CD and DVD formats.
Adobe Systems has patched two bugs in its ubiquitous Acrobat Reader application that could allow an attacker to take over a user's system via a malicious pdf file attached to an e-mail message. The bugs affect Windows, Mac OS X and Unix.
Apple Computer has updated the software for some of its iPod digital media players so that songs bought from RealNetworks won't play.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday kicked off efforts that could reshape the communications services available to airline passengers, deciding to auction off spectrum now set aside for air-to-ground phone service and propos...
A computer forensic expert has countered record label claims that the core technologies in Kazaa cooperate to aid copyright infringement.
NEC and Toshiba have made two advancements in developing a new type of memory that could eventually replace the standard memory used in mobile phones, MP3 players and other portable electronic devices, the companies said Wednesday.
Optus will now offer its prime customers extra data downloads during off-peak hours as a "summer treat" in an offer extending until February 28.
Microsoft has started recruiting testers for the first beta of Windows Server 2003 R2, an update to Windows Server that the vendor plans to ship in October next year.
Serena Software last week announced improvements to its enterprise change management system, Serena ChangeMan Dimensions.
Samsung Electronics and Sony have signed a five-year cross-licensing agreement covering a wide range of patents for digital products, reducing the potential for disputes between the companies and smoothing the development of new products, a senior ex...
Microsoft released five Security Bulletins warning of several vulnerabilities that put computers running Windows at risk of attack.
A domain name registrar with a trail of angry customers has failed in its appeal against a court decision that could cost its licence.
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