Business information software company Business Objects SA announced a roadmap for integrating its own products with those of Crystal Decisions Inc., which it bought last July.
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Microsoft Corp. is continuing efforts to sell software upgrades to the Israeli government, despite its recent decision to stop buying Microsoft applications in protest over the Redmond, Washington, company's sales policies.
IBM Corp. and Akamai Technologies Inc. have developed software that makes it easier for users of Akamai's computing platform to deploy Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Web applications that are written using IBM's WebSphere software.
Microsoft has teamed up with Interpol and the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) to launch a training program for law enforcement workers who investigate computer-related crimes against children.
Damage to a France Télécom (FT) transatlantic cable slowed Internet traffic between Europe and the U.S. on Tuesday, but traffic returned quickly to normal levels, according to the London Internet Exchange (LINX), the largest Internet exchange point in Europe.
SDL International Monday launched a translation toolbar for Microsoft's Office and Outlook software.
People in Slovenia have the same access to technology as people in New Zealand and France. That's one of the surprising results of a global index of information and communication technology (ICT) access put together by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in Geneva.
Improved prices for memory chips have brought the first profit in over two years for German chip maker Infineon Technologies.
Yahoo will change its marketing policy after being told by New York State Attorney Eliot Spitzer that its practices were "neither appropriate nor legally-permissible," the Office of the New York State Attorney said Wednesday.
AppForge Inc. launched a new version of its Visual Basic development tool this week that includes support for Palm Inc.'s OS 5 and for Nokia Corp. Series 60 mobile phones.
Online retailers and technology companies, including Microsoft Corp., eBay Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., are teaming up to fight online identity fraud.
The latest of version of the Sobig Internet virus, Sobig.F, is spreading faster than any virus seen before, according to U.K. e-mail security firm MessageLabs.
PC manufacturers expect a new marketing campaign announced by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) on Tuesday to improve awareness of the company's 64-bit processors among consumers and corporate buyers.
Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to expand its OpenCall business unit with the purchase of Swedish VoiceXML company PipeBeach AB, it said Thursday.
Internet audience measurement company NetRatings Inc. is boosting its European presence with the purchase of NetCrawling SA, which offers the LemonAd online advertising monitoring service, it announced Monday.