Qualcomm's Gobi, an embedded laptop module allowing for wide-area wireless connectivity, is poised to upset the apple cart, offering alternatives to Wi-Fi and even emerging WiMax.
Global memory chip makers are hurrying DDR3 (double data rate, third generation) DRAM (dynamic RAM) into Intel validation labs in hopes the processor giant's Centrino 2 laptop chips will spur DRAM demand amid a market glut.
Integrators and resellers need to realign their focus this year on profits and not company growth if they are to remain viable, an industry representative claims.
Polycom has launched a new initiative with Sims E-Recycling to recycle old conference phones.
Nokia is showing off a new iteration of a WiMax version of its Internet tablet at the CTIA conference in Las Vegas.
The NSW Police Force and the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) dealt a significant blow to the pirate film industry with the seizure of thousands of allegedly illegal movies during police raids in Sydney today.
Apple has been hit by a class-action lawsuit claiming the company deceived customers over the quality of the screens in the 20-inch iMacs launched last summer.
Borland this week announced the availability of [[xref: http://www.borland.com/us/products/starteam/index.html |StarTeam 2008]].
Intel on Tuesday gave a demonstration of its Cliffside technology, which allows a single Wi-Fi adapter to function like two independent adapters and maintain simultaneous connections using different networks.
WhiteGold Solutions has partnered with storage vendor, Isilon Systems, to kick-start its newly established storage practice.
VM hosting provider, Bulletproof Networks, has launched a new management application offer that it claims will give virtualistion users a stronger advantage over traditional physical environments.
Microsoft plans to extend the availability of Windows XP for low-cost laptops beyond June 30, with an announcement expected later this week, according to a source familiar with the situation.
iiNet has declared that the Rudd government's National Broadband Network (NBN) will be a failure with higher fees for customers, fewer ISPs and a decline in innovation and competition if the current access and regulatory regime is not "dramatically reformed".
The federal government has terminated the funding for the OPEL broadband network.
Networking professionals have been hearing a lot about the coming of videoconferencing to their computing environments for a long time. Until now, at least, the talk hasn't translated into the actual number of deployments most vendors have been hoping for.
Curl has joined the Eclipse Foundation and detailed plans to base its rich Internet application development tools on the Eclipse framework.
Distribution Central storage business unit, SAN Systems, has been appointed the latest local distributor for information management vendor, CommVault.
Microsoft has joined the MIT Kerberos Consortium, an organization that develops the widely-used network authentication standard. It joins Apple, Google and Sun on the consortium's executive board.
Adding more cores is desirable to meet growing computing demands, but it could create more challenges for programmers writing code that enables applications to work effectively with multicore chips.
If you've become hostage to a clutch of remote controls in your living room, never quite sure what all the buttons do and confusing different controllers for different gadgets, then Toshiba might have the answer. It's developed a prototype robot that can act as a voice gateway to just about anything in the room that has a remote control.
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