Staff lawyers at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission are appealing an administrative judge's decision to strike down antitrust charges against Rambus Inc.
In the face of ongoing attacks by computer hackers, some companies that store their customers' personal data are adopting a new defensive tactic: its not our fault.
Dell says it has a fix for a driver problem that has some of its customers' flat-panel screens drawing a blank.
South Korean technology company Samsung will join a computer chip development project at a New York IBM technology center, the companies said on Friday.
A long-standing supply crunch for liquid-crystal display panels is starting to lift, providing hope that prices for flat-panel monitors will begin falling again later this year.
Microsoft Corp. said on Friday that it had settled a patent dispute with AT&T Corp. over digital speech technology.
A New York judge on Friday ordered 321 Studios to stop selling its software.
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Overall, PC unit sales in the United States rose 23 percent year over year in January, according to market researcher The NPD Group.
The SCO Group dismissed a leaked memo that connected Microsoft to $86-million in investments in the company, saying the author of the e-mail misunderstood the venture deal.
Apple's iPod Mini is virtually sold out after less than two weeks in stores, with nearly 100,000 snapped up.
Circuit City will offer Vonage's industry leading Voice over IP phone service in all its 600 stores starting Monday, giving Vonage its first national retail deal.
Gateway, Inc. today announces significant price cuts to its lineup of E-Series managed desktop PCs, with cuts up to $320 per PC.
The SCO Group confirmed Thursday that three more companies - Computer Associates, Leggett & Platt, and Questar - have purchased licenses for its intellectual property.
After twenty years at the helm of Dell Computer, Michael Dell is stepping aside to make room for Kevin Rollins as the new chief executive officer.