Apple said it is investigating lockup problems with the newest line of iMac desktop computers after customers flooded the company's support forums with complaints last week.
For the record, there are hackers at Microsoft. Just don't call them hackers.
Users running pirated or counterfeit copies of Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 can now download Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft announced late last week.
The Australian electronic games industry is calling for the Australian government to support its call for the implementation of an industry-wide rebate to assist the local burgeoning games sector to maintain and extend its globally competitive positi...
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Games developers have slammed the Federal government for ignoring the revenue they create while offering 40 per cent rebates to other entertainment producers such as the Australian film and TV industry.
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Microsoft will release critical patches for its Windows and Word software on Tuesday as part of its monthly release of security patches.
As previously predicted, EMC has acquired Berkeley Data Systems, provider of Mozy Online backup and recovery services.
Microsoft's research arm has been quietly collecting data through an add-on service to its Windows Live Toolbar to determine how often Web users actually fall prey to phishing attacks.
Rohm is showing off at this week's Ceatec exhibition a prototype full-color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen that's smaller than a fingernail, yet offers resolution of 320 pixels by 240 pixels.
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A company spun off from Sony is developing a line of monitors based on FED (field emission display) technology, which offers faster response times, consumes less power, and produces warmer, more realistic images than is possible with other flat-panel...
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