Opera Software has filed a complaint with the European Commission over Microsoft's bundling of Internet Explorer with Windows.
Shakespeare add-on to NeverWinter Nights becomes an academic social experiment.
Service Pack 1 addresses reliability, speed and security issues.
It's only been about a month since Nvidia rolled out the GeForce 8800 GT, but now the company is upping the ante for gamers with the 512 MB GeForce 8800 GTS video card.
Internet search engine Ask.com's new AskEraser tool lets users delete cookie information from Ask.com servers and prevent Ask.com from storing future queries.
The rumored Everex Cloudbook will sell for the same amount as the EEE, but improve on hard drive and processor specs.
The Latitude XT uses the same capacitive touch screen technology used in the iPhone, making multi-touch a possibility.
Electronics giant Toshiba has announced it plans to get into the solid-state drive (SSD) market, planning 1.8- and 2.5-inch drives up to 128 GB.
Microsoft says benchmarking that showed Windows XP performing twice as quickly as Vista doesn't demonstrate anything about real-world performance.
IBM has filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission, alleging Asus products infringe on three IBM patents.
The Software Freedom Law Center has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Verizon Communications, alleging the company illegally distributes BusyBox to FiOS customers.
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.