After rapid growth in the last few years the LCD (liquid crystal display) market will see more steady expansion now as panel-makers work harder to differentiate their products with new technical features, according to an executive at South Korea's LG.Philips LCD.
Just in time for Halloween, Google's YouTube became available again in China, two weeks after it was blocked.
Cisco Systems and Indian services company Wipro are collaborating to offer customers IT infrastructure services that combine Cisco's networking equipment with Wipro's infrastructure and managed services.
AOL, which is trying to grow its online advertising business worldwide, has localised its video search site for eight countries and added two languages for its India portal, the company said this week.
As the holiday shopping season approaches, Toshiba is turning up the heat on the Blu-ray Disc camp with the launch of an HD DVD recorder that can record high-definition video to regular DVDs.
A U.S. federal judge gave Microsoft, state regulators and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) more time to argue whether the company should be held to its antitrust settlement until 2012.
Intel has gone to 'green' extremes to make its brand-new 45-nanometer chip manufacturing plant environmentally friendly.
Network vendor Zyxel is to release a new Gigabit switch, which it says will help SMBs support their converged voice and data network.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has announced a new five-year initiative that will provide higher Medicare reimbursement payments to U.S. physicians who use electronic health records (EHR).
The Hartford Financial Services Group has notified about 237,000 policy holders of a potential compromise of their personal data.
Acer has filed patent counterclaims against Hewlett-Packard as both companies continue to tussle for a larger share of the global PC market.
Belatedly recognizing the importance of social networking as an online service and advertising vehicle, Google this week will unleash its strongest response yet to the rising threat and skyrocketing popularity of MySpace and Facebook.
Intel is shipping an updated version of its dual-core Itanium 2 server processor, called Montvale. But don't expect to see a dramatic improvement in performance from the new chips, despite the addition of several new features.
Alcatel-Lucent's head of enterprise systems, Hubert de Pesquidoux, will take on the role of chief financial officer as part of a management shake-up intended to streamline decision-making. The company has suffered from lackluster performance since its formation from the merger of Alcatel and Lucent Technologies last December.
Mac users are reporting a number of problems with their wireless connections after updating to Leopard, according to traffic on Apple's support forums.
Spammers are using a virtual stripper as bait to dupe people into helping criminals crack codes they need to send more spam or boost the rankings of parasitic Web sites, security researchers said Tuesday.
Google's stock broke through the US$700 mark on Wednesday, after press reports that the search engine giant is in advanced talks with US wireless carriers over adoption of mobile phone software Google is reportedly developing.
Microsoft this week laid out an ambitious SOA roadmap around a set of technologies code-named Oslo that will be blended into its middleware, development, and management tools and some of its emerging enterprise online services.
Help is on the way for developers struggling with using the Visual Studio 2005 development platform with Windows Vista, a Microsoft official stressed at the Microsoft SOA and Business Process Conference here on Tuesday.
Several band profiles on MySpace have been hacked to serve up some nasty tricks, according to security vendor FaceTime Communications.
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