IAnywhere Solutions is releasing a suite of middleware products designed to help companies build networks for collecting and managing data from RFID (radio frequency identification) devices, the company said Monday.
Microsoft fleshed out its mobile software strategy on Monday, targeting original equipment manufacturers (OEM) with a mobile software platform, telecom operators with applications for managing the delivery of converged services, and, of course, consu...
Ihug has sold its broadband satellite service to an Australian company, closing one of the longest chapters in New Zealand broadband history.
Nokia announced a partnership with Microsoft to deliver music and e-mail to users of its mobile phones, but ruled out the possibility of building Microsoft's operating system software into its products.
Motorola unveiled on Monday a range of new handsets and announced an agreement with Skype Technology, the Internet phone service provider.
Novell this week is expected to launch a software-based security appliance for small and midsized businesses that will protect them from threats such as hackers, viruses, worms, spam and intrusions.
To make it easier to identify and react to new scam Web sites, Microsoft, eBay and Visa International are launching a program to share information about online identity theft scams known as "phishing attacks," they said Monday.
PalmSource introduced a range of mobile phone software and third-party applications at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes on Monday, highlighting its extension from PDAs (personal digital assistants) to smart phones.
Broadband Internet access will soon be available across all Scandinavian Airline System long-haul flights, the airline said Monday.
Even before Vodafone Group launches its third generation cellphone network in New Zealand the company is busy trialling its successor.
Canberra telco TransACT will this week bolster Australia's first Video on Demand (VOD) service, which will give its 13,000 pay TV subscribers access to a wide range of new releases and back-catalogue Hollywood movie titles.
New technology on servers and switches from Hewlett-Packard (HP) will slow virus outbreaks on computer networks that use the HP products, the company said.
Microsoft warned customers about computer code that exploits holes in the company's software and blamed security researchers for publishing proof of concept code to trigger the vulnerabilities, which was then turned into working attacks.
Illegal DVD-ripping software is flourishing, despite well-publicized wins by DVD piracy foes and laws against copying Hollywood movies.
Skype Technologies' VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) software will now come installed on mobile handsets from Carrier Devices' i-mate brand that are equipped with Wi-Fi as well as cellular capability.
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