NEC researchers have developed a quantum cryptography system with sufficient speed and range to make it commercially viable. It could go on sale in the second half of 2005, the researchers said Thursday.
European users are expected to be some of the first to get their fingers on BlackBerry handsets featuring a new keyboard technology that promises streamlined typing functionality on compact, converged devices.
The U.K. government agency responsible for protecting the country's electronic infrastructure has warned of a wide range of flaws affecting products that rely on MIME, one of the Internet's basic protocols.
European plane maker Airbus has successfully completed the first in-flight trial of mobile phones and infrastructure equipment based on GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) technology, the company said Wednesday.
Another image-based security hole has been found, sparking a flurry of patches from Linux vendors.
America Online (AOL) has decided not to fully support Microsoft's Sender ID spam-fighting plan after the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the open- source community expressed intellectual property concerns.
IBM has begun using new security hardware from National Semiconductor in its desktop PCs in an effort to fend off viruses and hackers.
Sony will start mass production of full-colour Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays and is considering using the technology across a wide range of the company's portable devices with screen sizes up to 10 inches (25cm) from next year.
The ongoing struggle for dominance in the branded monitor market continues to play out, with Samsung reclaiming the crown from last quarter's market leader, LG.
Internet retailer Amazon.com officially moved into the search engine market with the unveiling late Tuesday of its Internet search engine, A9.com.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST) announced the availability of 2.5-inch hard drives with capacities up to 100G bytes for notebook computers by the end of 2004, the company said on Tuesday.
Two industry heavyweights have completed interoperability tests of a new technology designed to drive the convergence of voice, data and video services over wireless and fixed infrastructure based on the Internet Protocol.
Adding to its offerings for digital imaging and video hobbyists, Adobe Systems on Wednesday announced a new video-editing package and an update to its Photoshop Elements image-editing product.
Infineon Technologies, a German manufacturer of DRAM (dynamic RAM) has agreed to plead guilty and pay a US$160 million fine for attempting to fix prices in the DRAM market, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Wednesday.
The Mozilla Foundation has fixed 10 security bugs in its open-source Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox browsers and Thunderbird e-mail reader, with the release of new versions of all three products this week. Some of the vulnerabilities could allow attacke...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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