The Asia-Pacific region may be ripe for mobile TV services, with its millions of enthusiastic mobile-phone users, but don't expect the picking to be easy, an industry executive said Thursday at a conference in London.
To the players it is fun and games, but there's a great deal of very complex "behind-the-scenes" technology at work in today's global online gaming environment.
The Mozilla Foundation may have just released its latest update to the popular Firefox browser, but some users say their patience with the software's flaws is beginning to wear thin.
Despite claims by Microsoft during a Tuesday conference call that Windows Vista is on schedule, a presentation given to partners just last month shows otherwise.
Google has added a virus scanning feature to its Gmail Web mail service, complementing the existing virus protection based on blocking certain types of file attachments, such as executables.
Microsoft's research arm released a free tool to help users slog through email messages in their inbox in the order of importance, according to one of the researchers who developed the software.
People Telecom will deliver voice over IP (VoIP) to wider Australia through a wholesale partnership formed this week with engin.
Sensis last month appointed Alex Parsons as the group manager of sensis.com.au. The former eBay Australia and New Zealand product director will be responsible for increasing the number of unique visitors to the Web site, commercialization and future ...
Intel is working with dozens of movie, music, and game providers around the world to ensure their services work with the living room PC concept embodied by its upcoming Viiv brand, scheduled to be launched early next year.
Shipments of Sony Computer Entertainment's (SCEI) PlayStation 2 games console passed the 100 million mark on Tuesday, the company said Wednesday.
If enough customers ask for it, Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) may add support for text content served via an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed to its PlayStation Portable (PSP) gaming console, the company said Wednesday.
Even if mobile TV is still in its infancy and poses numerous technical and legal hurdles, major production studios don't want to miss out on the action.
Microsoft is warning Internet Explorer users to be careful where they browse because attackers are now targeting a critical unpatched bug in the software. If successful, these attackers could possibly use this bug to seize control of a user's system,...
Taiwanese memory chipmaker, Nanya Technology, plans to break ground on its first advanced 300mm (12-inch) chip factory in the first quarter of next year, with an initial investment of between NT$40 billion ($US1.2 billion) and NT$50 billion.
Sun Microsystems said Wednesday that it will offer all its core software products as open-source, making all of its middleware, management and Java development tools free to use. The move follows Sun's decision last year to offer Solaris as open-sour...
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