Worldwide sales of semiconductors reached US$11.37 billion in May, 2.8 percent higher than the $11.07 billion reached in April, according to figures released by the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
Acer will integrate Flow DSL services with its build-your-own site for retailers and resellers for customers purchasing Acer desktops, notebooks or servers.
The US Federal Trade Commission has suggested that search engine Web sites tell users when they are taking money from other Web sites to guarantee either high placement or inclusion in search results.
Microsoft Corp. would be prepared to license the intellectual property for its proposed Palladium security chip to any software manufacturer, but certification of that software would be essential if the system is to work, the company's U.K. chief sec...
For the second time in two months, chip maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has cut its sales forecast for the second quarter, which ended on June 30. The company now expects to report second-quarter sales of around US$600 million, down from its ...
Handspring Wednesday announced the availability of its Treo 270 mobile communicator in Australia.
Opera Software ASA sang forth a series of announcements this week, including the release of new versions of the Opera browser for both Windows and Linux, as well as deals indicating it hopes to reach a crescendo in the Asian market.
A new seminar promising to extend the skills of Photoshop users is about to arrive on Australian shores.
Business professionals looking to access the Internet or their corporate LAN in public venues may now have an opportunity to do so with the launch of Air Portal's public wireless Internet service.
Flat panel display sales continue to drive a steady rise in third-party monitors.
Apple Computer Inc. has acquired Emagic Inc., professional software solutions provider for computer-based music production.
The recent publication of similar security vulnerabilities in the two most-used Web server software products makes the Web more vulnerable now than ever, Web server information company Netcraft Ltd. warned.
Software bugs cost the U.S. economy an estimated US$59.5 billion per year, or 0.6 percent of the gross domestic product, according to a newly released study by the U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
A flaw in software that supports the Internet's DNS (Domain Name System) for translating text-based Web addresses to numeric IP (Internet Protocol) addresses can put Internet-connected systems at risk, experts warned.
No doubt taking to heart the motto that if at first you don't succeed, try, try again, security software firm Network Associates Inc. (NAI) Monday said that it would try for a third time to acquire the 25 percent of McAfee.com Corp. that it does not ...
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