Samsung Electronics plans to invest 2 trillion Korean won (US$2.2 billion) in a new LCD production line at a factory it originally opened with Sony -- but Sony will not be investing in the new line, Samsung said.
Benchmark wars are back in the virtualisation world as VMware rebutted Oracle's claim that its newly-released virtualisation hypervisor is three times faster than VMware's.
Apple on Wednesday agreed to settle a patent dispute with Burst.com, ending two years of litigation.
Google increased its share of the US Internet search engine market in October, taking share away from rivals Yahoo and Microsoft, according to market researcher ComScore.
Working from home (or teleworking) is better for both workers and bosses, as it boosts morale and job satisfaction, and cuts stress levels, researchers have discovered.
An expert has released a proof-of-concept program to show how easy it would be for criminals to eavesdrop on the VoIP-based phone calls of any company using the technology.
Niche distributor, Comsol, has signed on to distribute Server Technology's power management solutions in Australia.
A 19-year-old from Uppsala, Sweden, has been found guilty on seven counts of unauthorized access to Swedish university servers and research computers. He is also suspected by the FBI of breaking into servers at Cisco Systems and stealing classified source code.
Managed service provider, Infoplex, has signed a reseller agreement with US-based data centre virtualisation vendor, Xsigo Systems.
Infrastructure-based service provider, Telarus, has launched its first mobile service providing voice, data and messaging solutions.
HP has expanded its Total Care portfolio for SMBs and claims the offerings present new value-add opportunities for channel partners.
Ingram Micro's NSW state manager, Monty Cottrell, will retire from the distributor on December 31. He is being replaced by SurfControl's regional sales and marketing manager, David Lenz.
With eight days left in Movember, the ARN TechMo' slideshow is closing in on the magical 100 mark.
Network management specialist Prefix IT has added performance monitoring of all network attached items to its PrefixNE V.3.5 flagship product.
Ingram Micro is reshuffling its Solutions Group management team and has appointed Stuart Ellis as its new general manager. The staffing changes will see the distributor wave goodbye to former software licensing head, Angela Logan-Bell.
Windows XP, Microsoft's most popular operating system, sports the same encryption flaws that Israeli researchers recently disclosed in Windows 2000, Microsoft officials confirmed late Tuesday.
Google's high-flying stock received another shot in the arm Tuesday when an analyst increased his price target to US$900, the highest among all major investment banking firms.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics became the latest company named in a worldwide investigation into possible price-fixing in the market for cathode-ray tubes used in TVs and computer monitors.
Security experts have criticized HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for creating fraud risks on several fronts when it lost 25 million child benefit records.
T-Mobile will sell an unlocked version of Apple's popular iPhone in Germany while it fights a legal challenge from rival Vodafone, the company said on Wednesday.
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