Hoping to broaden the market for supercomputers beyond universities and national research institutes, NEC Corp. has taken the wraps off a small supercomputer designed to sit next to a desk and serve a single office.
The makers of popular file-sharing software KaZaA have to make it impossible for users to continue to share copyright-protected material using the software, or pay a fine for each day the product remains unchanged, a Dutch judge ordered Thursday.
"It" is back, but the invention also known as "Ginger" remains shrouded in mystery.
Upstart Web-browser company Opera Software ASA has launched Version 6.0 of its desktop browser for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems, just two weeks after it introduced a beta version at the Comdex Fall trade show in Las Vegas. The new brow...
A project by The Boeing Co. to put high-speed Internet connections in its planes looks unlikely to take off on time, as its three airline partners in the joint venture have decided to pull out of the project, the company said Thursday.
Toshiba Corp. will stop selling desktop computers in the U.S. and focus on mobile computing and servers, a Toshiba spokesman said Thursday.
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) released the 2001 edition of its International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) on Wednesday, calling for a more aggressive push to smaller circuit sizes than previously planned.
Intel is having trouble keeping up with demand for its Pentium 4 processor, leaving some customers and retailers short of the chips in the run up to the end-of-year holiday sales season.
A Baltimore hearing called Tuesday to examine and resolve questions about a proposed settlement between Microsoft and attorneys representing plaintiffs in a myriad of private lawsuits has instead highlighted protests against the deal and heated up co...
It's that time of year again: Get ready for 2001 "Top 10" lists. In one of the first to come out this year, antivirus company Sophos PLC released its annual list of the top 10 viruses for 2001, with the Nimda worm taking honors as the most destructiv...
If Excite@Home Inc. creditors have their way, the high-speed cable Internet service will shut down Friday to keep the network from burning any more cash while debt holders negotiate with AT&T Corp. and other cable operators for better financial terms...
U.S. imaging-software company ScanSoft Inc. paid around US$39.5 million for the bulk of the assets of fallen Belgian software developer Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products NV (L&H) in an auction held in New York earlier this week, the companies announc...
Fujitsu Ltd. has signed a licensing agreement with Symbian Ltd. to develop its upcoming 3G (third-generation) mobile phones to use the Symbian operating system, the companies announced Wednesday.
Adding to the list of long-awaited digital music subscription services, RioPort Inc. said Wednesday it will launch early next year a new feature in its PulseOne service that allows users to pay for digital music on a subscription basis.
A 10-year-old Australian schoolgirl has been hailed by The Australian Computer Society as the youngest person in the world to be accredited with an International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL).
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