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Web services are quickly replacing desktop programs for routine tasks such as editing an image, creating a spreadsheet, or maintaining someone else’s computer.
The Copyright Alert System has been plagued by a series of delays. It was originally scheduled to launch in December 2011.
University of Pennsylvania researchers are touting their creation of an all-optical switch that uses nanowires to transmit and process information using light pulses rather than electricity.
In the presidential campaign, cybersecurity and Internet freedom won't get top billing as the candidates spar over their plans for creating jobs and cutting deficits, but the two major parties have included positions on several technology policy issues in the platforms ratified at their recent conventions.
The revamp transforms the service’s mobile offerings into a richer, full-blown competitor to other online storage services.
A patent recently filed by Microsoft seeks to obtain dibs on a system that will project a gaming environment on all the surfaces surrounding the gamer.
A company worker claims that there are cases of students being required to work at Foxconn in order to graduate.
Email, the GoDaddy website, and some customer websites go down after an attack on GoDaddy is made, allegedly by a lone hacker.
Microsoft plans to open 32 new retail locations in time for the holiday season.
Popular domain name registrar and Web and email hosting provider GoDaddy is experiencing a severe outage--both for those who use its services and those who registered their domain names with GoDaddy.
Copyright laws are holding back potentially life-saving research said the EU's top digital lawmaker on Monday.
UPDATE: Infosys, which will pay US$350 million for Lodestone, has been attempting to move into higher-value services.
Antivirus firm AVG has launched its 2013 suite of security products that feature a number of useful tweaks and a redesigned interface.
On the eve of his developer's conference, Intel's CEO explains why traditional computers are king, and cautions 'the ARM guys have to live under the same laws of physics that we do.'