Skype this week patched a critical vulnerability that forced it to dump several features from its VoIP and chat software to prevent attackers from hijacking Windows PCs.
BitMicro Networks this week introduced the 3.5-inch E-Disk Altima E3S320 solid state drive which offers storage capacity of up to 1.6TB, the first device based on the Ultra320 SCSI standard to hold more than a terabyte of data.
Looking to get the most out of multi-core processors, a European-driven effort to build a framework for Java-based, real-time applications on modern multi-core chips and parallel processor systems is being announced Tuesday.
The UK government is taking unprecedented steps to combat an e-mail that has been widely distributed online.
A civil suit filed in Florida by Dell and its Alienware subsidiary is giving insight into the enormous sums of money that can be made by creating Web pages full of advertising links.
Google's Postini division is changing how it sells security services for antispam, antivirus and e-mail archiving to appeal to small and midsize enterprises that want lower entry costs, not expensive bundles.
Gaining a bigger share of mobile advertising is a big reason Microsoft is bidding US$44.6 billion for Yahoo, according to industry observers.
Apple added new iPhone and iPod touch models to its lineup of phones and music players Tuesday by doubling the maximum amount of storage space in each to 16GB.
More than 75,000 people have signed InfoWorld's "Save XP" petition in the three weeks since it was launched -- many with passionate, often emotional pleas to not be forced to make a change.
Microsoft Monday said Vista SP1 will not be available until mid-March because the company is working out issues with some device drivers that lose functionality when the service pack is installed.
As expected, MySpace Tuesday launched a new site and released code that will allow developers to build applications for the popular social networking site.
The new energy efficient chip designed by researchers at MIT may use so little power that someday human body heat will be able to charge implantable medical devices.
As made abundantly clear with Friday's announcement, Microsoft's US$44.6 billion bid for search engine Yahoo was driven by the software giant's desire to stay viable in the online advertising market.
Researchers at MIT have created a new chip design that they claim will be 10 times more energy efficient than the processors currently used in mobile devices.
Nvidia on Monday announced that it had agreed to acquire graphics vendor Ageia Technologies for an undisclosed amount.
The impact of the cloud and the as-a-service approach cannot be understated.
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