Qualcomm can't enforce two patents involved in the H.264 video compression standard because it hid them from the standards body that developed H.264, a federal judge has ruled.
Lenovo Group's fiscal first-quarter profit jumped more than tenfold on higher PC shipments as the company's ongoing efforts to cut costs and operate more efficiently yielded results.
Microsoft has described its Mediaroom IPTV offering as a way for the software giant to expand its reach into the living room but now the company also says IPTV is a chance for it to gain a new market in telecommunications operators.
A way to ensure better quality control on Wikipedia entries by color coding edits to red flag potentially dubious content will be tested on some smaller sites in the Wikia community to determine its effectiveness, the co-founder of Wikipedia said Sun...
Red Hat and Linux continued its move up and down the enterprise operating stack with the announcement this week by Dell that it would offer its customers the Red Hat middleware stack on Dell PowerEdge servers.
The Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu Ltd. (ELCOT) is deploying Suse Linux Enterprise across 30,000 desktops and 1,880 servers in schools in southern India.
Linchpin Labs, a small Australian security company whose free utility Microsoft has blocked from loading unsigned drivers into Windows Vista, today lashed out at the American giant. Microsoft, said Linchpin, should set its own security house in order...
IBM and Novell are beefing up their existing partnership on two fronts with Linux distributor Novell increasing support for IBM's Notes desktop collaboration software and its open-source WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (WAS CE).
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A startup led by one of the "fathers" of the Internet debuted this week along with the company's first product.
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Microsoft has quietly released pre-beta code to two forthcoming Windows service packs to testers in the past week, but the company continues to remain vague about when the final code for Windows XP Service Pack 3 and Windows Vista SP1 will make it to...
Apple plans to upgrade its iMac desktop PC line this week with a flashier design and thinner keyboard, according to comments and photos on industry blogs. Apple did not return calls for comment, but has already announced that it will hold a news conf...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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