Sony has announced a new, trimmed down "slimmer and lighter" Playstation Portable during its E3 presentation.
Several technology companies will build a system to let the U.S. government share data securely among its various agencies, a goal it has struggled to achieve since the September 2001 terrorist attacks.
Emerging telecommunications group, Soul has won a five year, multi-million dollar deal with the federal government welfare agency, Centrelink.
Nokia Corp. introduced Skype Internet-calling software for its N800 Wi-Fi tablet on Wednesday, providing another alternative to using a cell phone, while a debate in the U.S. over what networks such devices may be able to use in the future heated up....
An image taken from Microsoft's E3 Press rehearsal and originally published to an online company image gallery shows a peculiar fourth Xbox 360 on stage suggesting that Microsoft will add yet another model to its current line up of three machines.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) released a ten page document to attendees of E3 today, about the gaming demographic.
Google believes that its consumer-grade Web applications represent the future of enterprise IT. But while Google is quick to trumpet its products' innovative features, the search giant hasn't said much about their security. Until recently, that is.
After a flashy video opener to start the show. Nintendo of America CEO Reggie s took to the stage to trumpet the huge success of the Wii in Japan and the U.S., calling the console a victory for all of gaming.
Microsoft did not drop the price of the Xbox 360 as expected by some on Tuesday, but the company did unveil a special edition Halo 3 model and showed several new games during the company's E3 press conference.
PC vendors are launching more and more computers with dual-core and quad-core processors, promising users that the expensive machines can juggle more applications at work or play better games at home.
Microsoft's Office Open XML (OOXML) document format specification is fatally flawed where it comes to spreadsheets, with many functions filled with careless errors, according to a critic.
Confusion reigns around a zero-day browser vulnerability made public Tuesday, with four researchers or organizations squaring off over whether Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Mozilla's Firefox is at fault.
Google announced Wednesday new widgets called Mapplets that will let users gather data from multiple sources to personalize maps.
Microsoft Wednesday released the first public beta of Windows Live OneCare 2.0, a major upgrade of its consumer security suite.
Three critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player that could let hackers infect Windows, Mac OS X and Linux systems, were patched Tuesday by Adobe Systems.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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