Eolas Technologies and the University of California were yesterday awarded $520.6 million after a jury agreed that Microsoft had infringed patents held by both organisations.
UpdateTransmeta has revealed to the world the name under which its next-generation TM8000 chip - codenamed 'Astro' - will be marketed.
AMD has unveiled the logo it will use to market the 64-bit Athlon 64 processor when the chip is launched on 23 September.
Hynix has just put the finishing touches on what it claims is the industry's first 1Gb DDR II chip.
Increased interest in security solutions amongst enterprises globally has ensured that security product revenues have exceeded those of many other IT solutions. Ian Williams, program manager for Datamonitor's Enterprise Security team, looks at the growing awareness of the constant need to offer greater protection to IT systems...
A worm that exploits a critical Remote Procedure Call (RPC) flaw to infect vulnerable Windows machines is spreading rapidly across the Internet this morning.
If the dream of universal public wireless LAN access is to become a reality, one thing's for certain: there will have to be more Wi-Fi access devices used more widely by the general mobile public. That means more laptops with Wi-Fi, more PDAs with Wi-Fi and more games consoles with Wi-Fi. It also means that sitting comfortably using wireless access will no longer be just the preserve of the road warrior or corporate executive, writes Rob Bamforth of Bloor Research.
The heat wave under which the UK is wilting could have an adverse effect on network and server equipment.
Dutch anti-piracy organisation Protection Rights Entertainment Industry Netherlands (BREIN) is going after individual music files swappers and will bill or prosecute people who offer large amount of files through services as KaZaA, Gnutella and Grokster.
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A Slovenian hacker who ran into legal conflict with one of the country's leading banks over an alleged security weakness was found dead last week.
Microsoft has re-released the Mac OS X version of Office and its component applications, cutting prices and throwing in a copy of VirtualPC x86 CPU emulation software into the bargain.
Chip maker Cypress has begun offering a wireless version of USB in a bid to pull the rug from under the feet of Bluetooth.
NTL boss Barclay Knapp is to quit his job after claiming that his work bringing the cableco through its recent reorganisation is now complete.
The continued take-up of broadband and helped Europe's largest ISP, T-Online, to post better-than-expected results today.
IBM has announced that it is throwing a "lifeline" to Dell customers in the high-end server market.
AOL - the Internet division of AOL Time Warner - has asked its parent company to ditch its name from the corporation's title.
Samsung is to develop wireless connectivity products based on Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, the South Korean chip maker said today.
Remove.org, the "Do Not Spam" list outfit that has been accused of making false claims about its offering and even spamming people itself, has been warned by the Michigan Attorney General to buck up its act.
The first mobile phone based on the reference design worked up by Intel and Microsoft is set to arrive in Europe by the end of September, the handset's vendor, Mitac, has revealed.
UpdatedScam artists who dupe users into revealing sensitive financial information have applied the social engineering tricks of 419-fraudsters in a new email scam.
The race is on between file-traders and the RIAA's lawyers to see who can do more damage to the music labels' bottom line.