There will be an increase in mobile malware in 2006, which could cause extensive damage to mobile devices because only a small percentage of mobile users run security software, according to McAfee's security research lab.
PC shipment growth next year will decline from its current heights, but should still remain strong as users continue to upgrade to notebooks, IDC said Tuesday.
Dell and the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) have announced a worldwide recall of about 35,000 notebook batteries that could potentially pose a fire risk.
Bolstering development of Web and enterprise J2EE applications in the open source arena, the Eclipse Foundation is set to release Version 1.0 of its Eclipse Web Tools Platform.
Microsoft plans to use the Firefox browser's RSS (Really Simple Syndication) icon in the next version of its Internet Explorer (IE) browser, according to the company's Internet Explorer team blog.
The wireless replacement for USB has come a step closer to reality -- and some questions on migration have been answered -- with the release of a reference design from Wisair.
Taiwan's Acer expects to celebrate its 30th year in business next year by posting record high sales as the world's fourth largest PC vendor further cuts costs, sells stock it holds in other companies, and increases its market share, it said Monday.
Microsoft is receiving scattered reports that one of the security patches issued last week for Internet Explorer (IE) is causing problems for users testing a new beta version of the browser alongside the existing version, according to a company blogg...
Spot market prices for DRAM (dynamic RAM) chips have rebounded in recent days as buyers returned to scoop bargains, according to DRAMexchange Technology which runs an online clearinghouse for the chips.
Chip maker, Intel, is giving mobile computing a boost in performance and much better power efficiency, with a goal of enabling eight-hour continuous battery life by 2008.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 console sold just under 44,000 units in its first two days on sale in Japan, a market research company said Friday.
Google has opened up access to its Gmail free e-mail service to people using browsers in cell phones, the company said late Thursday.
Microsoft has restructured its entertainment division into four divisions, a move that gives more control to executives who oversaw the development and launch of the Xbox 360 game console.
Opera Software has not been approached by Google about a possible acquisition, an Opera spokesman said Friday, dismissing rumors that Google is eyeing a takeover of the Norwegian browser company.
Along with the Howard Stern Show, another radio endeavor involving alien life forms is going off the air this week; SETI@Home, a grid supercomputer project for detecting signs of extra terrestrial life from deep space, officially ended Dec. 15.
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