Microsoft and Intel on Tuesday will unveil a plan to fund university research into new ways to program software for multi-core processors, Microsoft confirmed Monday.
Hannaford Bros. Co., a supermarket chain based in the US state of Maine, Monday disclosed that it had been hit by an intrusion into its computer network - a data breach that may force banks in the Northeast and Florida to block and reissue hundreds o...
IBM Monday announced that its scientists have built a switch that can control the flow of information on a chip using pulses of light instead of electrons.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a request by Microsoft to halt an antitrust suit that Novell filed against the company for anticompetitive behavior it said harmed its WordPerfect and QuattroPro business in the 1990s.
VMware has identified and fixed seven security bugs in the free version of its hypervisor, which could let hackers launch denial-of-service, change user privileges and forge RSA key signatures.
Vyatta, a maker of Linux-based routers, this week said its software scales to 10 Gigabit Ethernet, providing enterprises and service providers with an open source alternative to proprietary routers for high-performance requirements.
Beijing appears to have taken a page out of Myanmar's playbook by blocking some Internet access amid rioting in Tibet that has already seen as many as 80 people killed, according to the Tibetan government in exile.
BMC Software said Monday that it intends to purchase BladeLogic, a maker of data center automation software, for US$28 per share in cash, or about $US800 million.
The founder of Second Life will give up the role of CEO and become chairman of the board for Linden Lab, the company behind the virtual online community.
The second time may prove to be the charm in EMC's attempt to acquire Iomega, as the consumer and small-business storage maker said Monday that EMC's latest offer is superior to other potential deals.
IBM is facing a US$6 million patent-related lawsuit from Harry & David, an Internet retailer that was sued because it used an IBM e-commerce system that allegedly contained technology patented by two other companies.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has announced a panel of experts to decide who will build Australia's $8 billion Fibre-to-the-Node (FttN) network.
Verizon announced last week that it has successfully tested a new peer-to-peer, file-transfer system that the company says could eliminate many of the headaches that P2P systems have traditionally caused ISPs.
Speaking exclusively to CIO at its European CIO summit, Barbara Gordon EMEA VP for enterprise sales said that Microsoft sees price as a differentiator in the virtualization market.
With the non-decision from the ISO standards body last month on whether or not to adopt Microsoft OOXML (Open Office XML) file format as an industry standard and Microsoft's decision to release the OOXML SDK next month, the discussions over whether o...
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