Samsung Electronics will next month launch two portable computers that use flash memory in place of a hard-disk drive for data storage, the company said Tuesday.
Internode is approaching the last hurdle of an Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) approval that, once finalized, will allow the Internet service provider to double broadband upload speeds.
The long-awaited Q smart phone from Motorola debuted Monday, nearly half a year late and facing tough competition from the likes of Research In Motion's BlackBerry.
Music fans who bought CD's with Sony BMG Music Entertainment's controversial XCP copy control software are going to get refunds.
Microsoft is starting up trials of pay-as-you-go PCs in underdeveloped nations as a way to give residents of those countries more access to low-cost computers.
Despite some predictions that World Cup soccer fever could send prices of LCD TVs higher this month, the screen component just got cheaper, a trend that should continue to make products more affordable to users.
Mitsubishi Electric has been contacted by U.S. Department of Justice investigators looking into price fixing in the computer memory market, the Japanese company said Monday.
Zfone, a free piece of software that encrypts voice over IP calls in a way that may circumvent government eavesdropping laws in some countries, is now available to Windows users, its developer said on Sunday.
Skype is advising users to upgrade to a more recent version of its VoIP software to fix a security bug reported late last week by a security researcher in New Zealand.
Microsoft acknowledged on Friday problems with its most recent beta release of Windows Live Mail, the company's revamp of the Hotmail hosted e-mail service.
Several users expressed uncertainty about SAP's NetWeaver software suite at the Sapphire user conference in Orlando last week, even as the vendor heavily promoted the technology during the event.
Microsoft plans to patch a newly discovered hole in Microsoft Word in its next monthly patch update, and may release a rare "out of cycle" patch to address the hole, a company spokesman said.
Malware writers have created a new worm that installs a new browser and plays screeching music.
The Internet Industry Association (IIA) and the Australian Direct Marketing Association (ADMA) will develop guidelines for the proper uses of adware software for advertising and marketing purposes.
The ANZ bank double charged 200,000 non-ANZ customers to the tune of $45 million, after a computer glitch duplicated 400,000 MasterCard transactions.
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