Despite George W. Bush being in office as U.S. President for over a year, his predecessor Bill Clinton returned Friday to plague e-mail inboxes everywhere.
Despite a year-on-year decline in revenue, Palm posted a small profit for its fiscal third quarter ended March 1, soundly beating the expectations of analysts who had expected the company to suffer a loss for the quarter.
Japan's government and private sector will jointly research the standardization of a 0.1-micron (100-nanometer) process for chip production, an industry group announced Friday.
In a move that may lead to the development of cheaper memory that is able to store data without power, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (TSMC) has entered into an agreement to jointly research and develop magnetic RAM (MRAM) technology wit...
SAN FRANCISCO (03/22/2002) - HEURIS, makers of the MPEG Power Professional encoding software, are shipping a shipping a new product: the Xtractor, which can be used to extract or "rip" audio and video files from unencrypted DVDs. Users can demultipl...
Following the release of two low-cost notebooks earlier this week, Dell Computer has released two new low-end desktop systems, the Dimension 2200 and the SmartStep 150D.
A security specialist issued a research note Thursday warning of a handful of flaws in Microsoft's Outlook 2002 e-mail software which he claimed could let "bad guys" cause havoc on a user's computer.
Apple Computer's decision to raise the price of its iMac personal computer by US$100 in the face of climbing component prices has been largely accepted, if not welcomed, by users interviewed at MacWorld Tokyo 2002.
The authors of proposed standards on reporting software security holes have withdrawn the document from the Internet's main standards-setting body, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
The Standards Board of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Standards Association (IEEE-SA) has approved IEEE 802.15.1, a standard for wireless personal area networking (PAN). The new standard is adapted from portions of the Bluetoot...
Yesterday, during his keynote address at Macworld Tokyo, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs announced several updated products and also addressed concerns about iMac shipments. Much to the delight of the crowd, Jobs introduced a 10GB iPod, a 23-inch Cinem...
Hit by rising prices of some computer components, Apple Computer has decided to raise the price of its new iMac line of computers by $US100, translating to a price hike of $200 in Australia.
Yahoo went one step further in weaning users off its free services Thursday, informing users who access their Yahoo Mail accounts using POP3 programs or automatically forward e-mail to other accounts that they will now have to pay US$29.99 a year for...
Microsoft issued its second bulletin in two weeks to Windows business users warning of a vulnerability to the Java Virtual Machine code.
Australia's competition watchdog placed Telstra on notice today warning the telco it faces penalties for engaging in anticompetitive conduct in its treatment of wholesale broadband customers.
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