Internet infrastructure company VeriSign has announced it plans to sell off billing, commerce, and communications business units to focus on core activities.
Microsoft and the Digital Accessible Information System consortium plan to cooperate on a tool to make Open XML documents accessible to users with print disabilities.
No sooner does Intel roll out its new 45nm Penryn processors than Dell's Alienware group announces the first desktop system to be built around the chips.
The latest "business rugged" Toughbooks aren't ready for the battlefield, but they'll do just fine in the boardroom, where they'll stop cup after cup of coffee.
Intel brings in a 45 nm chip that holds 820 million transistors.
LaCie has introduced a new version of its award-winning, tentacled desktop hub - and this time it's USB-only.
A page hack against Alicia Keyes is indicative of increased attacks on MySpace pages.
Green is the new black, and Sony want to tap into eco-friendly notions with a series of new designs for its Vaio FZ notebooks.
Canadian cancer researchers will be using massive computer power in attempt to compress the time of their research.
Dell's new Precision M2300 notebook aims to put workstation power in a portable package, targeting engineers and developers with Nvidia graphics and Core 2 Duo CPUs.
Microsoft has launched its new set of Windows Live services, including mail, instant messaging, photo sharing, even planning, and parental controls.
AOL has inked a deal to buy yet another online ad firm: this time, the target is Quigo, which offers advertisers and publishers content-targeted ad services.
Mass production of the OLPC XO laptop computer has gotten underway at Quanta Computer, five years after MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte proposed the idea.
Microsoft has abruptly fired Chief Information Office Stuart Scott, saying only that he violated company policy.
Apple releases QuickTime 7.3 to patch seven flaws in previous versions, making the seventh update in 2007.