Sony is introducing a new version of its PlayStation 3 console in North America in August and cutting the price of the current 60G-byte model by US$100 from Monday, it said.
Firefox 3.0's first beta has been delayed at least six weeks, Mozilla engineers said Sunday, and it now won't appear until the middle of September.
Google is offering a rare public glimpse of China's new ballistic-missile submarine, according to a researcher at the Federation of American Scientists.
After surveys reveal widespread failures to remove sensitive data from old hard drives, Lenovo provides free software to wipe drives.
Telefonaktiebolaget Ericsson and Samsung Electronics have reached a cross-license agreement for their mobile telephony patents, ending recent lawsuits between the two companies, Ericsson said Monday.
The social networking phenomenon continues to take hold of Internet users as one in five adults worldwide say they have visited such sites, according to a study released last week.
A computer science researcher has developed a secure software application intended to bypass the problem of viruses altogether.
Google's dominance may seem unassailable in North America, but it's the search giant that is playing catch-up in Asia, according to new survey results released Sunday.
Google has agreed to buy messaging security company Postini for US$625 million, a move intended to increase the appeal of Google's hosted software applications among big businesses, the companies announced Monday.
As investigations continued into the death a 22-year-old Chinese man whose cell phone exploded, Chinese authorities have found batteries that may blow up when used in Motorola and Nokia cell phones, news reports said Friday.
In a nod to the success of emerging Web 2.0 technologies like AJAX and streaming media, one of the country's largest Internet benchmarking companies will no longer use page views as its primary metric for comparing sites.
Dell plans to sell computers with preinstalled Linux outside the U.S. as well as offer the Ubuntu Linux distribution to small business customers.
An unreleased US Circuit City promotional flier surfaced on Thursday showing a PS3 "price break" of $100 to US$499. One anonymous retailer confirmed the "retail-wide" price drop, however, Sony President Ryoji Chubachi denied the rumor on Friday.
The average zero-day bug has a lifespan of 348 days before it is discovered or patched, but some vulnerabilities live on for much longer, according to security vendor Immunity's chief executive officer.
Nortel plans to deliver its own set of 802.11n wireless LAN products later in 2008, as part of a strategy to package a range of data and voice products to create wholly wireless office environments.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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