Sony and Samsung, two of the biggest backers of the Blu-ray Disc format during its battle with rival HD DVD, are releasing new Blu-ray Disc products with the anticipation that consumers are finally ready to start upgrading to high-definition video discs.
LG Electronics has officially thrown its hat into the thin TV ring with the launch this week of its Scarlet TV set. The TV, which was first unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show in January in Las Vegas, is LG's thinnest flat-panel TV yet.
Local mobility vendor, Sky Technologies, is establishing a presence in the UK to ramp up sales of its products in Europe.
Nortel and its systems integrator partner, 3D Networks, have secured a $500,000 contract with the University of Ballarat as part of ongoing improvements to the education institution's data network.
Polycom and Telstra have entered a co-branding agreement for Telstra's IP Telephony (TIPT) service.
Intel and Cray have launched a joint effort to develop new multi-core technologies as part of an effort to build multi-petascale systems.
Polycom is announcing at Interop Las Vegas a new small office/home office router tuned specifically for low-cost, high-quality videoconferencing.
Xerox's research arm Monday showcased its latest innovations, including erasable paper and tools that make documents "smart" by adding a deeper meaning to words and images.
The Australian server market achieved record growth last year and cracked the $US1 billion mark, according to IDC.
Global revenue growth in the contract chip making business slowed in 2007 as a chip glut early in the year hit companies such as partners IBM Microelectronics and Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing.
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Microsoft late Friday denied that vulnerabilities in its Web and SQL server software had been exploited to hack hundreds of thousands of Internet pages.
Black Duck Software has purchased the assets of Koders, maker of a code search engine and other tools, for an undisclosed sum.
Agito Networks, a maker of routers for mobile networks, this week added "business-class" enterprise fixed mobile convergence functionality to its products.
Dell will continue to install Windows XP on new PCs after Microsoft's June 30 retirement date by taking advantage of a little-known clause in the downgrade rights that come with Vista Ultimate and Vista Business.
A security think tank says it has found a vulnerability in Apple's QuickTime multimedia player that can be exploited remotely to compromise Windows Vista PCs upgraded to Service Pack 1, as well as XP SP2.
Trusted Computing Group has expanded its interest in NAC to include the way devices behave once they have been admitted to networks, and the group is demonstrating this capability at Interop Las Vegas.
Netgear this week will roll out network and storage gear aimed at a range of small and midsize businesses, including a new 802.11n wireless LAN product line.
Advanced Micro Devices is looking to forge ahead into the enterprise market by creating a commercial road map and realigning desktop platforms into an enterprise offering.
Two Web application acceleration vendors at Interop will announce new products and capabilities that provide more throughput for customers with higher and higher demand on their data centers.
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