Benchmarks show Windows XP with Service Pack 3 delivering a 10 percent speed increase, with all versions of XP destroying Vista in time comparisons.
A new system might see mobile phones replacing Londonâ€™s Oyster card.
The Enum directory will start by listing VoIP numbers, but will grow to giving all ways to contact a person.
Service giving contact details ended after complaints of harassment.
Here's the low-down on this year's Blu-ray Festival. Why go Blu? Because they have your favorite movies of course!
Microsoft's Genuine Advantage antipiracy technology may not have many fans ...but Microsoft says its learning lessons and it may even have results.
Best known for their server and industrial storage solutions, South Korea's Mtron has announced a 32 GB SSD drive with a 100 MB/sec transfer rate...for $650.
Sony has sold over a million of its new, slimmer PSPs in Japan during the product's first two months, outpacing sales for the original PSP.
Believe it or not, TiVo DVRs are only now getting to Canadian retailers - plus, the company has made a deal with the NTCA to let TiVO HD DVRs access switched digital channels.
The One Laptop Per Child initiative has extended its "Give One, Get One" offer for its OLPC XO notebook through the end of 2007.
LG's sleek metal Shine phone has debuted on AT&T, bringing a 2 megapixel camera, music and video capabilities, microSD storage, and a 2.2-inch LCD display.
Broadband industry leaders and government will meet to speed up Britain on the broadband highway.
Skypeâ€™s encryption received a backhanded compliment from the German police.
A new anti-piracy body will deal with illegal file sharers in the country.
Those who shell out to buy an iPhone that will work on any network merely sync the phone with iTunes to free it.