Existing and future AT&T residential and wireless customers will soon be able to access Napster’s music service for free.
UK-based Luvaglio has announced what could be the world’s most expensive laptop. The 17" laptop will have a rare diamond for the power key and will retail for more than one million dollars. In addition to the diamond, the laptop will have a self-cleaning anti-reflective screen along with 128 GB of solid state storage. Extra: Video
Ontario (CA) - XFX today announced a new series of motherboards based on Nvidia’s nForce 600i series chipset for Intel processors.
The successor to Outlook Express links seamlessly with its predecessor's dubious reputation in matters of security. Just a few months after its official release, the first significant security problem has been uncovered: under certain circumstances, simply clicking on a link in an email can cause a program to be launched on the local computer.
Your downloads could get faster, a lot faster, with IBM’s new optical networking chip.
Intel has confirmed that it is to build a $2.5 billion wafer fabrication facility in China which is set to manufacture its first chips by early 2010.
Mozilla’s security chief Window Snyder has said that software developers are at the mercy of bug hunters where disclosure of critical flaws in programs is concerned.
Los Angeles (CA) - Helio today announced its latest cell phone, which it claims is the world's first to include both a Qwerty keyboard and a numeric keypad.
The phone, named the Helio Ocean, uses 3G cellular technology for wireless entertainment and communication. It has a 2.4 inch, 260K color QVGA screen, a 2 megapixel digital camera, and playback capabilities fr MP3, AAC, WMA, and MPEG4.
It comes with an internal memory of 200 MB and a micro SD card slot, which allows for up to 2 GB of additional storage.
Columbus (OH) - This week marks the 25th week since we began looking at processor pricing back in October. We've seen an unprecedented erosion of CPU pricing over this time frame and there’s more news this week: AMD’s X2 processors have arrived in the entry-level arena of processor prices.
Sony said it has developed a new block cipher algorithm that is designed to enable “advanced” copyright protection and authentication for the distribution of digital content such as music and images.
An explosion aboard a Royal Navy nuclear-powered submarine at 0420 GMT yesterday which left two sailors dead and a third injured was caused by an oxygen "candle", US and British military sources have conformed.
Eurocomm has announced a huge laptop that has 600 GB of hard drive space.
Yahoo has finally found a market segment in which it can out-do online giant Google, as its online search engine has become the leader in the mobile search market.
The world's largest passenger airplane, the Airbus A380, made a perfect landing at Los Angeles International Airport yesterday.
Data centers can reduce the risk of a fire by reducing the amount of oxygen in the air.
Most people probably think of China or Russia as the number one source of hacking attempts, but according to Symantec, most online attacks come from the United States.
Italy has banned the use of cell phones in schools across the country, making it reportedly the first European nation to implement such a statewide ban.
Applying the Daylight Savings Time to a single PC isn't such a big deal, but it has been discussed as a big event in the industry.
The Internet is abuzz with rumors of a massive price cut in Intel's Core 2 Quad processor later this year and Intel's Dan Snyder gave us Intel's answer...
Google has released an HTML script that Web designers and Myspace users alike can use to embed the Google Talk application into a web page.