Intel, the world's top chip maker, and Nokia, the number-one mobile-phone maker, plan to lesson their respective impact on the environment, the companies said separately Monday.
Mandiant introduced new incident response automation technology that promises to perform the first set of post-breach analysis tests the IT security company would provide via its breach investigation services.
The uncertain prediction market will get a new player this week when Hubdub introduces a combination news aggregation and predictive platform at the semi-annual Demo conference in California.
A Microsoft partner has become the first to offer Microsoft's new unified communications software as a hosted service.
German police have hired a company to create Trojans capable of capturing traffic from Skype and SSL, leaked documents appear to show.
Amazon.com will start selling MP3 music files through its international Web sites this year, the company said Sunday. But details of the company's plans to expand its digital music service remain scarce.
Advanced Micro Devices on Monday introduced a high-end graphics card whose core will also be part of its next-generation Fusion processors.
A growing set of developers is setting to work making Web browsing on a phone match the experience on a PC.
Symantec at this week's DEMO conference will showcase child-protection software that monitors children's activities online as well as encourages children to be involved in setting the rules for safe and appropriate online behavior.
With a new family of datacentre switches, Cisco Systems is seeking to capitalise on the transition of the datacentre to a more services-centric model, and assist network managers in orchestrating virtual IT resources and scaling workloads.
Nokia has offered to buy Trolltech, the Norwegian developer of a widely used application framework, for 844 million Norwegian kroner ($US153 million) in cash. Nokia hopes the Trolltech development team will give its own software efforts a boost.
Price cuts by Toshiba on its HD DVD players in the US earlier this month may prove to be "useless resistance" in the battle against the rival Blu-ray Disc optical disc format, according to Gartner.
Cisco Systems Inc. Monday announced the biggest switch by far in its history, the Nexus 7000, which is designed for mission-critical data center use.
Swedish prosecutors have until Thursday to file charges against The Pirate Bay, one of the most widely used search engines for locating music and movies on the Internet.
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