The nine states that did not join the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in settling the antitrust case with Microsoft Corp. plan to propose a set of remedies to the federal judge overseeing the case on Friday.
Telecommunications giant WorldCom Inc. today confirmed that a computer hacker recently alerted the company to a security hole in its network that apparently left customer networks vulnerable to intruders.
Publishing software maker Adobe Systems Inc. announced Wednesday that it has acquired a privately held maker of digital photography software.
The Goner worm which began circulating in Europe Tuesday has had limited impact in Asia, according to antivirus vendors and specialist response teams in the region.
Internet browser company Opera Software ASA may be small, but it's giving Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and America Online Inc.'s Netscape a run for their money in Europe, according to a new study.
Bankrupt Excite@Home Inc. will cease operations in 90 days, with the expiration of stopgap funding agreements made Monday to keep the Internet service going, the company confirmed Tuesday evening.
A U.S.-based startup says it will introduce next year a single-use memory chip that will be up to 10 times cheaper to produce than existing memory types.
By 2005, 10.1 percent of all U.S. business-to-consumer (B-to-C) e-commerce transactions will be made on devices other than a PC, such as mobile phones and televisions, accounting for US$22.9 billion in sales, according to study published Wednesday by...
Stoking the flames in a mounting shareholders' battle to block the proposed merger between Hewlett-Packard Co. and Compaq Computer Corp., Walter B. Hewlett filed papers with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday highlighting the poor ...
Nine months after Apple Computer Inc. launched its long-awaited OS X operating system, and nearly three months after launching the OS X version 10.1 upgrade, Apple is set to release a version of its own high-end video editing software, Final Cut Pro,...
Bankrupt cable Internet provider Excite@Home Inc. reached agreements on Monday with some of its cable network operator customers that mean more than a million cable Internet subscribers will keep their service, for the immediate future at least.
A range of devices including MP3 audio players and IP (Internet Protocol) phones will cost less and take less time to build following the unveiling of a family of hybrid chips from Motorola Inc., the company said Monday.
Watch out -- your PC is cozying up to you. Today's trends of faster processors, abundant memory, and massive storage are the framework to support systems that work more intimately with people, from sorting your e-mail to speaking in your own voice, t...
Nintendo of America Inc. says it estimates sales of its new Gamecube console totaled 600,000 units during its first 15 days on sale.
If you opened the latest virus making the rounds Tuesday, your computer's antivirus system could be a goner.
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