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Intel has redesigned the Classmate PC, giving it a tablet PC design with a touch-screen interface.
Palm introduced the Treo Pro without an operator partner in the U.S.
Intel is getting ready to ship its next low-power mobile-phone chip for sampling.
I answer BobJam's question, originally posted on the Answer Line Forum, on remotely controlling his sister's PC to help her with a technical problem.
The Americas' SAP Users Group is running a series of Webcasts on SAP's controversial enterprise support service.
The story "Two years on, Microsoft and Novell extend partnership" posted Wednesday has been modified in the first paragraph to...
New bags promise to make it easier and safer to get your computer through airport security.
A new online encyclopedia lists internal network security threats.
EBay is lowering listing fees for fixed price items, hoping to encourage merchants to increase their inventory.
Microsoft said Wednesday it would purchase a further $100 million in coupons for Suse Linux support from Novell, furthering a...
Salesforce has bought a maker of knowledge-base management software for call centers.
Handheld computer maker OQO showed off a version of its Model 02 computer based on the Atom processor at IDF.
Intel said its next-generation platform for laptops will provide more visually stunning graphics and better power management features.
While Vista takes a beating in the press, Microsoft seems increasingly willing to disclose details of its forthcoming OS.
The number of mobile phones sold in the second quarter in the U.S. declined from last year, according to NPD Group.
Embedded chips will play a big role in the growth of the Internet, an Intel executive said.
Hewlett-Packard's revenue and profit grew in its fiscal third quarter, largely on the strength of sales outside the Americas...
Vodafone India will sell the iPhone 3G at a hefty price.
A U.S. District court judge on Tuesday dissolved a gag order against a trio of MIT students who say they found flaws in the...
A new report from Arbor Networks reveals the glacial pace of IPv6 adoption.