GoTo.com Inc. is going away -- at least under that name. The pay-for-placement Internet search engine plans to change its name to Overture Services Inc., effective Oct. 8, GoTo.com said in a statement Monday.
A move by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to generate more competition in the broadband ADSL space has hit the spot with industry players.
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On the tail of Intel Corp.'s release of its first chip set allowing the Pentium 4 to use memory designed by companies other than Rambus Inc., Rambus this week will unveil a range of new technologies, from I/O technology to its future plans with RDRAM...
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit against online auctioneer eBay Inc., a ruling the company said would immunize it against other copyright and trademark infringement claims.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) announced its new PC products for the fourth quarter on Monday, saying it will launch three desktops and two monitors next month.
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) said Monday it plans to slash the price of its PSone game console on Wednesday -- just two days before Nintendo Co. Ltd. launches its long-awaited Gamecube console.
After finding itself on the receiving end of legal action Friday, Taiwan's Via Technologies Inc. blasted back at rival Intel Corp. Monday, filing lawsuits of its own alleging patent infringement, fair trade law violations and destruction of Via prope...
A groundswell of dissent has emerged from the wireless community over the use of the term "parasitic grid," that otherwise refers to a movement involving users installing free wireless Internet access points.
Sharp Corp. has unveiled what the company claims is the world's smallest 32M-bit flash memory for cellular telephone handsets.
Worldwide shipments of PCs will fall this year by 1.6 percent to 129.6 million units from last year's figure of 131.7 million units, largely because of sharply lower sales of consumer PCs in the U.S. and Japan, according to a report issued Tuesday by...
Gateway Inc. has closed its 14 stores in the U.K. and Ireland and laid off 1,085 employees, it announced on Monday.
Intel Corp. Monday announced the launch of its Intel 845 chip set for Pentium 4 processor-based PCs.
In a move that has been anticipated for months, Intel Corp. Friday filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Via Technologies Inc. in U.S. District Court in Delaware. The suit alleges that the Taiwanese chip-set maker's P4X266 and P4M266 chip sets ...
New.net, an alternative domain name registry, has announced its first major foray into the corporate market by signing up wholesaler Bulkregister.com for high-volume domain name sales to large companies and Web design firms.
Chinese antivirus researchers have uncovered a modified variant of the Code Red worm, dubbed Code Blue, that has the potential to cause more damage to users of Microsoft Corp. Windows NT and Windows 2000 than earlier Code Red variants, according to a...
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