Samsung Electronics says it remains committed to its sponsorship of the Olympic torch relay despite large protests in London on Sunday that dogged the progress of the torch through the city.
Distribution Central has initiated a reseller environmental campaign called Buy one get one tree.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 adoption is changing the face of content and document management, but is still not mature enough handle some jobs, according to a survey released by Forrester.
Investment firm UBS Warburg this week downgraded Cisco stock, citing slowing orders and softness in US and European enterprise markets.
Dell, the world's second largest PC seller, will move faster into emerging markets and increase its services offerings as part of a plan to reverse poor financial performance, top executives said.
Have your say and vote in ARN's online poll. This week, we want to know whether you agree that ultra mobile devices will rival PCs within five years.
Sony has developed what it says is the smallest high-definition video camcorder in the world and plans to put it on sale in Japan later this month and in the US in May.
The economic slowdown in the US has led Gartner to revise its 2008 worldwide PC shipments forecast downward slightly but the analyst firm is still predicting a strong year, particularly in the mobility space.
New PC market figures from IDC show strong consumer notebook sales and education spending in the desktop space made the last quarter of 2007 the strongest PC quarter of the year.
Designers of portable computers for military personnel are giving soldiers more options to take into the field, including tablet PCs and fully functional notebook devices so small that they can fit into someone's pocket. But one thing the vendors aren't giving users is Windows Vista.
Microsoft and Symantec have asked a US federal court to dismiss a two-year-old lawsuit after the companies settled a dispute over storage technology.
The worst quarter for tech stocks in five-and-a-half years has ended, but even though mobile technology and spending news sparked some hope this week, IT investors can't breathe a sigh of relief yet.
IBM has completed its approximately US$845 million tender offer for shares of tools maker Telelogic, IBM said.
Retailers fear that their legacy information systems are the biggest barriers to improving the cross-channel shopping experience for their customers, according to a new study.
After three months as Sun's acting managing director, Duncan Bennet, has been appointed to the position permanently.
SDM Software next week will ship a Web-based interface for Microsoft's group-policy feature to ease the desktop management and maintenance of Vista and other Windows operating systems.
Western Digital this week launched external hard drive that allows users of Apple Macintosh computers to easily store and backup data directly from their systems. The dual-drive My Book Studio Edition II storage device is currently shipping and offers up to 2TB storage capacity.
ISPs that think they can support 3G and 4G standards using their current backhaul capabilities need to think again, said several experts at this week's CTIA Wireless event.
With Intel betting so heavily on the mobile Internet device market exploding in the next several years, industry analysts are wondering if the fledgling business can live up to the expectations.
Michael Dell this week reaffirmed plans to reduce Dell's headcount by 8,800, but also said the layoffs may exceed that number in an effort to further cut costs.
Australian small to medium businesses are hiring more staff and expect print volumes to increase up to 39% in the next two years as a result, according to research by retail analyst GfK, commissioned by Brother. . Read more