Linux is entering its second phase of growth, which will be defined by better cooperation among developers, new licensing options, and a stronger operating system, according the leaders of the nonprofit Linux Foundation.
Online consumers in the U.S. have had a million things to complain about. Literally.
Two people operating the Internet business Movies by Mail have been charged with one count of selling obscene material, including movies showing sexual acts with women dressed to look underage, the U.S. Department of Justice announced late Thursday.
Leaders of Microsoft's strategy to make its products more interoperable with competitive technologies said the company still hopes to strike a Linux pact with Red Hat similar to the partnerships it's forged with Linux vendors Novell, Xandros and Lins...
For a technology that's supposed to make computing easier, virtualization is becoming quite complicated.
Rivals may have been subdued last Monday when Apple CEO Steve Jobs debuted Safari for Windows, but a Mozilla executive blasted Jobs as "out-of-date" for thinking that the browser battle is between just Safari and Internet Explorer.
Developers have big plans for Gears, the Google browser plug-in designed to provide offline access to Web-hosted applications.
Microsoft has discontinued a line of digital photo software, saying that the functions can now be found in Windows Vista and other Microsoft software.
Shooting in low light situations can be a source of frustration. Kodak aims to mitigate that with its new image sensor technology, expected to be available in products in 2008.
Google will add a presentation application to its Google Apps lineup by year-end, and possibly could add other applications to that suite.
Symantec plans to integrate two of its compliance assessment products to make it easier for IT administrators to manage the software, a company executive said Thursday.
The global chip market is suffering from falling prices in microprocessors and memory chips, bad news for companies but great for users.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting rules that govern listed companies are too much for Creative Technology, which has renewed plans to delist its shares from the Nasdaq stock exchange.
Optus is offering a free Internet security suite to all its home and small business broadband customers.
A U.K. startup hopes to compete with Apple's new iPhone by offering a flat-rate music service that can run on most of today's mobile phones.
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