The feud between celebrities Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan has taken a turn for the geeky, with a small fake Caller ID seller accusing Hilton of hacking into voicemail accounts on an un-named mobile phone network.
Microsoft confirmed Friday that Toshiba will manufacture its Zune music player, a product the company aims to take on Apple's successful iPod.
Google this week brought its Web-based word processing application back online for new users and said expanding its collaboration features would be the focus of development going forward.
Despite a loss of $34 million for the year, things are going well for Unwired according to CEO David Spence.
Microsoft is calling on developers to ensure applications and Web sites are compatible with <a href="http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx" target="_blank">Internet Explorer (IE) 7 Release Candidate 1 (RC1)</a> for Windows XP, which the co...
Sony has provided for the first time an estimate of what the recalls of its battery packs by PC makers could end up costing the Japanese company.
Qantas is telling passengers with Dell laptops that they might not be able to recharge their machines in-flight.
You may have missed it but in May the SD Card Association announced required minimum data transfer rates for SD cards to be given the new Class 2, 4 or 6 labels.
Microsoft's quest for a new trial in a patent-infringement case it lost has resulted in a bigger fine for the software company.
Two days later than expected, Microsoft has re-issued a critical security update for its Internet Explorer (IE) browser.
Microsoft isn't the only company re-issuing security patches this month. Intel plans to re-release a critical security patch for its Centrino platform because of a memory hogging bug.
Apple Computer is recalling 1.8 million lithium-ion batteries for its iBook and PowerBook notebook PCs, just a week after Dell took a similar step.
Olympus has refreshed its consumer line of cameras with six shooters to go on sale in Australia from September.
Apple Computer will resolve its patent squabble with Creative Technology by paying the Singapore-based company US$100 million for a license to use a recently awarded patent.
Microsoft will supply banner and text ads for Facebook, a social networking Web site, under a deal signed after the two companies only opened discussions last week, they said.
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