Intel Corp. will outline small but important changes next week to the way it expects to make transistors in the latter half of the decade, as it continues to battle the laws of physics to build ever-faster microprocessors.
Lights, camera, e-mail? Users of Yahoo Inc.'s mail service may be saying just that with the launch Monday of Yahoo's free video e-mail service, made possible through the company's alliance with personal video provider SpotLife Inc.
Macromedia Inc. has offered a major new version of their Authorware Web Player -- version 6.0. The software enables users to view Authorware-developed applications online through their Web browser.
Web-site designers should understand their users' way of thinking, introduce them to content they didn't know they were looking for and most of all, keep them from using the search function, according to a report released Monday by Web research firm ...
With Nintendo Co. Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. turning the heat up in the console gaming market as the crucial year-end holiday selling period begins, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. will cut the price of its PlayStation 2 console in Japan later this we...
The U.K. government may stop using Microsoft Corp. as its main software supplier due to a rise in licensing fees that could raise costs by as much as 200 percent.
Sydney's Olympic Park is being transformed into a high-tech data centre offering mission-critical utility services for storage area networks and disaster recovery.
While denying that it is against open source software, Microsoft has adopted a more subtle line of attack by criticising the general public licence which covers it.
While telecommunication charges fall around the world as a result of increased competition, Australia is heading in the opposite direction with dominant carrier Telstra Corp. Ltd. sharply increasing mobile charges on Friday.
Thirty countries signed a controversial international treaty to combat online crime Friday. Representatives of 26 Council of Europe (CoE) member states, plus the U.S., Canada, Japan, and South Africa, put their signatures on the document at an intern...
The European Union's lack of technological innovation and urgency in bringing cutting-edge technologies to market is causing the EU to lag behind the U.S. in competitiveness and living standards, the European Commission (EC) said in its annual report...
Apple Computer Inc. is launching iPod, its digital-music player, today at MacExpo 2001 at Islington's Business Design Centre.
Texas Instruments Inc. will support Japanese company Office Noa Inc.'s unique codec (coder/decoder) technology, which allows for smooth streaming video on mobile handsets via existing networks and for less power consumption of the handsets, the two c...
From March next year thousands of robots will be clinging to the bottom of our oceans to help the Met Office predict future weather conditions.
With Oracle Corp.'s annual OpenWorld conference on the horizon, database vendors are preparing for battle once again. This time around, the big three -- IBM Corp., Oracle, and Microsoft Corp. -- are brandishing XML (Extensible Markup Language) as the...
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