Storage vendor Seagate is looking to beef up its services business by acquiring MetaLINCS, whose E-Discovery technology helps companies search vast amounts of data.
The change has left some businesses unable to access their own sites.
In a major move, Dell computers will be available in more than 900 Best Buy stores in the United States. The catch: it'll happen after the holiday season.
Taiwan's BenQ has announced four new LCD monitors ranging from 19- to 22-inches aimed at gamers, featuring fast response times, HDMI, and high contrast ratios.
Computer security firm F-Secure was tracking about 250,000 malware signatures at the beginning of 2007: now, they're tracking about 500,000.
A team at Microsoft is attempting to squeeze a specialized version of Windows XP onto the XO Laptop's limited hardware.
Although not yet completely finished, a polished release candidate for Vista Service Pack 1 will be available next week to the general public.
The Wibrain is one of the smalled UMPCs we have come accross and it comes with plenty of features.
Users with illegitimate copies of Windows Vista will no longer be locked out in the cold when their systems fail validation, thanks to customer complaints.
WD has increased the capacity of their Passport portable hard drives to 320 GB.
The OLPC project continues to show success, as Peru signs an order for 260,000 OLPC XO laptops, and Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim plans to bring 50,000 systems to his country.
Third-quarter sales figures from iSuppli have Hewlett-Packard expanding its share of the global PC market, and Taiwan's Acer taking over the number two slot for notebooks.
The Aegis Vault line of mobile USB-powered drives feature hardware encryption and shock mounting to keep data safe.
Adobe and Yahoo have announced a new service that will let online publishers put contextual ads next to online PDF content.
Samsung's shipping its F1 Series 1 desktop hard drive, offering 7,200 rpm spindle speed, low power consumption, a one terabyte capacity, and a $399 price tag.