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.
A German-speaking hacker crew is looting commercial bank accounts in four countries using a custom-built Trojan put in place by expertly crafted and extremely focused phishing attacks, a security researcher said Thursday.
Holiday shoppers are more satisfied with their recent online shopping experiences than they were at the same time last year, according to the latest ForeSee Results Holiday Retail Benchmark.
Amazon.com will soon begin a limited-release test of an upcoming Web-based database that will work closely with its S3 online storage service and EC2 online application hosting service.
A Microsoft development group has signed off on Office for Mac 2008, putting the new suite on track for its debut at next month's Macworld trade show.
Disgruntled Facebook users whose accounts have been deactivated without warning or explanation have turned to a new Web site aimed at providing an outlet for companies and customers to resolve such issues.
During a weeklong period in mid-November, security experts with Symantec observed roughly 65,000 new applications being downloaded onto the computers of customers participating in a new research project -- based on their analysis of the software, as many as 60 percent of the programs were malicious.
Microsoft's refusal or inability to fully support three Web standards has cost Opera Software users, the Norwegian browser maker's chief technology officer said Friday.
Sun Microsystems on Monday plans to announce that it will provide support for the OpenOffice.org productivity software suite, citing a wave of momentum behind the open-source project.
Microsoft's popular Xbox 360 game console can create a strong and strange signal on wireless LANs, according to IT staff at Morrisville State College.
Apple Inc. patched several bugs in QuickTime on Thursday, including a three-week-old streaming media vulnerability for which exploit code has been in circulation since the end of November.
NSW-based hardware distributor, Impact Systems, has bolstered its vendor ranks, signing new distribution deals with InfoPrint Solutions (IPS) and Taiwanese monitor vendor, Hanns G.
Digital media specialist, Adimex, is bringing Noise Industries' creative tools to Australia under a new distribution agreement.
Apple has released a new security patch for QuickTime, its eighth update this year for the media player software.
Domain name and hosting company NetRegistry has selected the locally-developed Freeway open source e-commerce system to resell to its customer base.
Northern Territory-based integrator, CSG, has acquired consulting services firm, Change Corporation, as part of plans to scale up its national footprint.
A networking industry exec has challenged Juniper to post its operating system source code on the Internet, and stop hiding behind legalese and paperwork.
As cloud computing matures, adoption is sweeping across the SMB spectrum, carving out pockets of growth and opportunity for managed service providers and channel partners.. Read more