Sony is beating its own target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and will begin promoting a sustainable lifestyle to consumers through its products, its chief executive said Friday.
Kyoto University in Japan has ordered an AMD Opteron-based supercomputer that's not only powerful but achieves considerable energy savings over its current machine.
Many companies are eyeing online communities as a new way to connect with customers or market their brands. But corporate marketers should take note that social applications require them to flip traditional paradigms on their head and focus primarily...
Location-based services appeared here, there and everywhere at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, as service providers maneuvered to take advantage of the increasing number of mobile phones shipping with integrated GPS (Global Position...
Telstra has won access to the coveted government files detailing why Opel won the $958 million subsidy to build a national broadband network.
Defragmenting software company Diskeeper recently released the new version of its product, Diskeeper 2008.
Cybercriminals may have weighed risk and reward and figured that the first isn't worth the second if they try to exploit the 2008 US presidential campaign, a security researcher at Symantec said.
Hewlett-Packard is beefing up its Integrity BladeSystems with a new model released last week that's intended to handle memory and CPU intensive applications, such as databases.
Toshiba has halted production of HD DVD players and recorders and is close to making a decision on whether to throw in the towel on the high-definition movie disc format, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported Saturday evening.
Four major U.S. newspaper chains launched an online advertising network on Friday that will let advertisers book national campaigns through a single point of contact, reaching 50 million people a month across the U.S.
The Web is scarier than most people realize, according to research published recently by Google.
Amazon S3 went down Friday morning, causing numerous problems in Web applications that rely on the online storage service.
Microsoft kept its promise and released Windows Vista Service Pack 1 last Thursday to subscribers of its for-pay TechNet and Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) services, the company said.
Firefox 3.0's memory consumption is "dramatically improved," claimed Mozilla's chief engineer, because developers have aggressively attacked the open-source browser's notorious memory "leaks."
Microsoft said it has made technical information about all of its Office binary file formats openly available to outside software developers, while promising never to sue them for patent violations.
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