Dell experienced a drop in its US consumer business, but managed to record revenue growth for the third quarter boosted by an increase in global notebook sales.
In a move that could save it tens off millions of dollars in lawsuit damages, TJX Companies Friday announced that it will pay up to US$40.9 million to Visa card issuers who may have been affected by a massive data breach disclosed by the retailer in ...
Ed Zander will step down as CEO of Motorola at the end of the year as the company battles with declining revenue and profit.
Tasmania's Department of Premier and Cabinet will procure a whole of government licence for server virtualization software to replace individual purchasing by each government department in the state.
Corporate customers are ditching local mobile service providers because of expensive and confusing off-the-shelf contracts.
BigAir Group Limited last week announced Melbourne's first metropolitan 802.16d fixed WiMax network is fully operational.
Australian business leads the rest of the world when it comes to green issues and having an environmental policy in place, according to a global survey covering eight countries.
Intel had a legal reprieve Thursday when an Illinois judge threw out a state appeals court ruling that would have launched a US-wide class-action lawsuit against the company over Pentium 4 processors.
Oregon is fast becoming Ground Zero in the contentious battle between the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the tens of thousands of consumers it accuses of illegal music sharing.
Google intends to bid on wireless spectrum in the 700MHz band when the US Federal Communications Commission begins auctioning that resource in late January, the company announced Friday.
MIT this week announced an important digital achievement: the completion of its pioneering OpenCourseWare project. And everyone involved seems quite happy with being unsure about why exactly it's important.
The FBI on Thursday announced that eight individuals have been indicted, pled guilty or have been sentenced to prison over the last few months for crimes related to botnet activity.
A CA security researcher is sounding the alarm that Facebook's controversial Beacon online ad system goes much further than anyone has imagined in tracking people's Web activities outside the popular social networking site.
A new company, Cloudsmith, has created a Web-based service meant to let developers access and exchange "virtual distros," or custom configurations, of open-source software.
A company that was just awarded more than US$140 million from Microsoft in a patent-infringement suit has sued the software giant again, this time for alleged infringements in Windows Vista and Office 2007.
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