The Mozilla Foundation Tuesday opened Mozilla Messaging, a new subsidiary focused on developing its free, open-source Thunderbird e-mail software.
The Mozilla Foundation early this week put a name to its e-mail subsidiary and said the first job of the spin-off will be to produce Thunderbird 3.0, the next update to the open-source group's e-mail client.
A deal for Bain Capital Partners and China's Huawei Technologies to buy 3Com is on hold because the companies were unable to come to agreement with the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) about security concerns.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is planning to totally transform spectrum management in Australia.
In what may be a perceived threat to the objectivity of the Office Open XML standards process, Standards Australia will include a Microsoft developer and consultant as part of its delegation for this month's Ballot Resolution Meeting (BRM) in Geneva.
A new national converged single telco network with switches in Australia, the United Kingdom and North America was unveiled yesterday by Blitz Telecom.
The world's top PC vendor, Hewlett-Packard, beat competitors Dell, Lenovo and Apple to provide the best online customer support, according to survey released on Tuesday by The Customer Respect Group.
Microsoft appears to be looking for new ways to tie Windows Mobile phones and Zune media players together, although a Zune phone remains unlikely.
Korean startup Mtronstorage has become the latest vendor to announce an SSD drive based on the SATA II interface, hot on the heels of larger rivals.
Chip giant Intel Tuesday launched its latest processor platform aimed at computer game enthusiasts, an eight processing-core platform that includes a choice of multi-card graphics from either ATI or Nvidia.
A British consumer advocacy group is charging that Microsoft and other major software companies engage in misleading and unfair practices related to end-user license agreements (EULAs), and has asked for an investigation by the U.K.'s Office of Fair ...
Ipswitch's File Transfer division, in the UK, better known as the developer of the popular FTP (file transfer protocol) software WS_FTP, has acquired Standard Networks in order to expand its reach in the enterprise space.
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Sun is shipping xVM Ops Center, a data center automation console compatible with Linux- and Solaris-based x86 and SPARC environments.
After cracking the encryption system that protected DVDs in order to play the discs he had bought on a PC running Linux, Jon Lech Johansen has his sights set on liberating other audiovisual content from the format in which it is sold.
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