Napster links to portable MP3 players

Roxio Inc. on Wednesday updated its Napster LLC online music service by increasing the number of portable audio players onto which users can directly drag-and-drop tracks from the Napster application, the company said.

Microsoft fixes Word 2003 glitches

Microsoft on Tuesday released an update for Word 2003 to fix several glitches in the word processing application that was introduced in October last year as part of Microsoft's Office System launch.

Atheros to release single-chip 802.11g product

Atheros Communications Inc. will release a single-chip 802.11g product in the second quarter that lowers the cost of placing that technology in notebooks or personal digital assistants (PDAs), Atheros said Monday.

XP hole could compromise system

A hole has been discovered in Windows XP Professional and Home Edition that could compromise a network and be used to get into protected areas.

Sun preps second version of Java desktop

Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to release midyear the second version of its Java Desktop System, featuring new tools for centralized management of client systems -- and a higher price tag.

Mydoom worm breaks infection records

A new computer virus that spreads using e-mail messages is breaking records for new infections set by the last major e-mail worm, Sobig.F, according to leading antivirus software companies and e-mail security firms.

Vendors, carriers eye WiMax wireless broadband

Manufacturers and service providers looked at the emerging WiMax wireless technology last week and saw a possible rival to wired broadband services -- at the end of what some see as a long standardization process.

Consumer, corporate buying boost Microsoft revenue

Citing increased demand for its products from both consumers and corporate buyers, Microsoft Corp. on Thursday reported a 19 percent year-over-year revenue jump but lower net income due to equity compensation costs for its second fiscal quarter.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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