There will soon be a day of reckoning for the rising inventories of semiconductors globally, but chip makers are likely to take the brunt of the pain, an IDC researcher said Tuesday.
German investigators charged 3,500 people with illegal music sharing, in the biggest single sweep of its kind, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) said Tuesday.
Thirty-five percent of the packaged software installed on PCs worldwide in 2005 was pirated, the same percentage as in 2004, according to a study released Tuesday by the Business Software Alliance (BSA).
Google will soon begin selling video advertisements on the Web, opening a new front in its battle for a bigger slice of the online advertising market.
The computer scientist credited with inventing the World Wide Web on Tuesday strongly condemned moves by US broadband providers to control their subscribers' content, saying it threatens the Internet's greatest strength: openness.
The social networking site MySpace didn't exist three years ago, yet today it is one of the world's most popular, embraced mostly by teenagers and young adults who find it irresistible.
In an unprecedented move, Microsoft Tuesday simultaneously released beta versions of its three major upcoming software releases -- Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Windows Server, code-named Longhorn.
Microsoft Tuesday unveiled new programs and technologies to allow partners to prepare products to run on Windows Vista once it is available.
Samsung Electronics will next month launch two portable computers that use flash memory in place of a hard-disk drive for data storage, the company said Tuesday.
Internode is approaching the last hurdle of an Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) approval that, once finalized, will allow the Internet service provider to double broadband upload speeds.
The long-awaited Q smart phone from Motorola debuted Monday, nearly half a year late and facing tough competition from the likes of Research In Motion's BlackBerry.
Music fans who bought CD's with Sony BMG Music Entertainment's controversial XCP copy control software are going to get refunds.
Microsoft is starting up trials of pay-as-you-go PCs in underdeveloped nations as a way to give residents of those countries more access to low-cost computers.
Despite some predictions that World Cup soccer fever could send prices of LCD TVs higher this month, the screen component just got cheaper, a trend that should continue to make products more affordable to users.
Mitsubishi Electric has been contacted by U.S. Department of Justice investigators looking into price fixing in the computer memory market, the Japanese company said Monday.
Whether it’s consumer or enterprise security there is one bottom line: there is no point in cutting corners when it comes to security.
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