Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) added new processors Tuesday to two different segments of its mobile processor family, the company said in a release.
RealNetworks expects to announce a deal with a large European mobile operator next week that will see its software used to provide audio and video services in 28 European countries over wireless networks that support data delivery.
Iomega is taking multiformat DVD burning a step further, unveiling this week the Super DVD Drive, which combines all three rewritable DVD formats into one drive.
Sony has extended its Memory Stick licensing agreements with memory card maker SanDisk through a cross-licensing deal.
Microsoft has agreed to establish a US$89 million fund to settle a class-action lawsuit in North Carolina, Microsoft said Monday.
Streamcast Network, developer of the Morpheus file sharing software, is being sued again by the recording industry, this time for a Web radio service that never got off the ground.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) will introduce two new notebooks Wednesday at CeBIT America, as it prepares several new mobile products for the second half of the year.
Toshiba has snipped the price of its Satellite 1130 notebook to $2000 and will include a wireless mouse and bag as part of the end of financial year discount season.
For the first time since it left the notebook hard disk drive market in 1998, Seagate Technology, a leader in the desktop hard disk drive market, on Monday released a new hard disk drive for mobile computers.
Network Associates raised its risk assessment of the Bugbear.b mass-mailing worm to high after the virus attacked over 1,000 banks across the globe last week.
Nokia introduced two new mobile phones Monday, one aimed at digital imaging with a built-in camera and the ability to capture and play video recordings, and the other targeting style-conscious gamers, with a large, color screen and a gaming-geared ke...
Chip designer ARM introduced a new instruction set for its ARM architecture Monday, saying it will give consumers longer battery life, better performance and lower memory costs from their mobile devices.
A beta version of Producer 2003, an upgraded version of Microsoft's free software for adding video and audio clips to PowerPoint slides, is now available for download, Microsoft said Monday.
Confidential vulnerability information managed by the CERT Coordination Center has again been leaked to the public, following a flurry of such leaks in March.
By combining software with its existing chips for 802.11b wireless LANs (WLANs) and Bluetooth networks, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has found a way to limit interference between the two wireless technologies in handheld devices, it said Monday.
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