Measuring just 47x103x80mm and weighing 370g, Sony's DCRIP7E is a seriously small camcorder. It uses brand-new MicroMV tapes, 70 per cent smaller than conventional MiniDV but with the same cost and 60-minute capacity.
Auckland's bus service has been granted funding for a system that uses wireless technology and global positioning satellites to allow buses to pass through intersections more quickly.
IBM Corp. says it has developed the world's fastest semiconductor circuit, running at 110GHz.
Faced with continuing dissent over its Passport authentication system, Microsoft has stepped up efforts to reinvent itself as a crusader for consumer privacy.
Two prominent security groups urged Microsoft Internet Explorer users to apply the latest cumulative security patch for their browsers early this week, calling the flaws "serious" and the need to apply the patch "imperative."
British Telecommunications PLC (BT) has cut the price of wholesale broadband connections in the U.K. by 40 percent in an effort to stimulate the growth of "Broadband Britain," the company announced Tuesday.
Water-cooled processors, currently the domain of supercomputers, high-end servers and garage hobbyists, may be about to enter the mainstream. Hitachi has developed a prototype notebook PC that uses a water-based solution to cool down its Pentium 4 pr...
Consumers can expect many cool new technologies to emerge in the coming year as Intel and other industry leaders look to innovate their way out of the current PC slump, according to the company's lead executive.
Intel has become the first chip manufacturer to ship microprocessors using 300 millimetre (mm) wafers on 0.13-micron technology.
AT&T Wireless Services has become the first wireless carrier to display the Truste privacy seal on its Web site.
Microsoft said Monday that it refurbished its MSN Music site, allowing users to download and share some music for free while offering more personalized services via enhanced My Music pages.
Napster, the online music exchange shuttered by the recording industry's legal action, is allowed to investigate whether the record companies misused their copyright in attempt to control the market for online music, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled...
Carter Daniels once got scammed in an online auction to the tune of US$240. Now he's working to help others avoid the same fate--a task he says is necessary because Yahoo Auctions isn't doing enough.
Microsoft has taken further steps in its crusade against software piracy and launched a new Product Identification service, which promises to give consumers who have purchased high quality counterfeit Microsoft software with the genuine article free ...
Companies wanting to measure their Web site traffic in real-time will now have the means to do so with the launch of a new Australian-made Internet analysis tool.
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