Apple has updated Java for Mac OS X 10.4, a.k.a. Tiger, to patch 18 different vulnerabilities, including some fixed as long ago as May by Java's maker, Sun Microsystems.
Intel will embed solid-state storage drives in its upcoming platform for ultramobile PCs, aiming to meet increased storage requirements for users on the go.
Qualcomm made a clear statement about its vision for future mobile devices on Monday by buying SoftMax, a provider of noise-reduction algorithms.
An iPhone owner who uses the alias "drunknbass" has hacked Apple's iconic smart phone and managed to turn it into a video camcorder.
Symantec is just weeks away from shipping a test version of the next major update to its Norton 360 desktop security-and-backup software, with the product expected to ship by the end of March.
Australia's Communications Alliance has revealed draft standards for the customer equipment that will be required for adoption of the next era in broadband technology - Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line 2 (VDSL2).
About half of IT decision makers at companies with 1000 employees or more expect to implement a formal collaboration technology strategy in 2008, according to a year-end survey by Forrester Research. The interest in collaborative technology offerings tips heavily in favour of Microsoft at 55 per cent, which outpaced every other incumbent vendor by at least 40 per cent and clobbered up-and-coming vendors such as Google, which received no interest.
Cognos executives first approached IBM in the months leading up to IBM's pending US$5 billion deal to buy the company, not the other way around, according to a document Cognos submitted Friday to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The management exodus at ASX-listed integrator, Commander, has continued with the resignation of two senior officers on Friday.
Data recovery provider, SpectrumData, has unveiled a new partner program and is on the hunt for resellers on on-sell its services.
Texas-based Microsoft business solutions integrator, ePartners, has kicked off its Australian operations as part of plans to build up its international might.
For years they were shunned for being too old and uncool, but as the skills squeeze tightens, mature age IT workers are coming back in favour for companies seeking to fill voids in the workforce.
Storage hardware vendor Iomega has signed a deal to buy sister hardware vendors indirectly owned by the Chinese government, in an effort to expand the company's product line.
Forrester Research has revised projections for IT investment in 2008 down from previous research published in October, predicting the year ahead will be a slow one both in the US and globally.
Sun's chief open source officer said the company restored the original governance policy of an open source directory project because the stewards of the project made unauthorized changes to it five months before they were surprisingly swept up in company-wide layoffs.
In 2008, the enterprise wireless LAN will be reinvented, at least for those enterprises where mobility is a requirement rather than a convenience.
Google last week announced plans to launch a tool it said will allow users to contribute articles for a new online encyclopedia of sorts. Unlike Wikipedia, Google's new Knol (which stands for a unit of knowledge) will include the names of authors who will maintain sole responsibility for editing the content.
With Christmas just 11 days away, you have to wonder what Hector Ruiz is going to find under his tree. It's been a terrible year for Advanced Micro Devices, and the chipmaker's analysts conference on Thursday did nothing to spread holiday cheer.
Traditionally known as a big enterprise player, Cisco Systems began a strong move into the SMB space in 2007 with a host of new product offerings and channel programs designed to drive growth in the segment. While the technology is in place, an analyst says getting the channel marketing strategy right may be the real key to success.
Google on Wednesday released a free download that allows BlackBerry users to sync their Google Calendar with their device.
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