Vodafone U.K. Ltd. is working with IBM Corp. to offer access to Lotus Notes on cell phones using WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), the companies announced Monday.
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Microsoft Corp. will change the advertising slogan for the Windows XP operating system from "Prepare to Fly" to "Yes You Can" because of the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. that involved hijacked airplanes, the company confirmed Friday.
A new family of SRAM (static random access memory) products from Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and Ramtron International Corp. subsidiary Enhanced Memory Systems Inc., will result in networking hardware offerings that cost less and consume less power, the companies said on Thursday.
Companies in the U.S. need to take online security more seriously and should outsource it to security experts, said a Jupiter Media Metrix Inc. report released on Wednesday.
Sun Microsystems began a campaign on Monday to persuade users of Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) software to switch to iPlanet Web Server, Enterprise Edition 6.0 from Sun joint venture iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions.
Microsoft is "ramping down" production of the 5-year-old Windows NT 4.0 operating system and will no longer sell volume licenses for the product, the company said Tuesday.
The number of Web sites using Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) software continued to climb in September, despite the effects of Code Red, the closure of a major Web hosting company using IIS, and an analyst's warning that IIS users should look for more secure alternatives, according to a report from Netcraft Ltd. released Monday.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will close its two oldest semiconductor wafer fabs in Austin, Texas and restructure its Malaysian operations with the loss of about 2,300 jobs by the middle of 2002, the company said today.
IP (Internet Protocol) storage networks are the latest trend in SAN (storage area network) development, with vendors keen to show IP connectivity can work and to stress its benefits in terms of disaster avoidance and recovery.
Gateway Inc. has closed its 14 stores in the U.K. and Ireland and laid off 1,085 employees, it announced on Monday.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is investigating suggestions that Sun Microsystems Inc., Rambus Inc. and Unocal Corp. illegally kept patents secret to gain a jump on competitors, USA Today reported on Monday.
Intel Corp. Monday announced the launch of its Intel 845 chip set for Pentium 4 processor-based PCs.
An anonymous programmer has found a way to decrypt Microsoft Corp. Reader e-books, according to an article on the Web site of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) magazine.
Online sales in the U.S. are continuing to grow, with almost US$4 billion of U.S. business done on the Web in July, according to research from Forrester Research Inc.
The attendance at ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)'s 6th Bluetooth Unplugfest in Nice, France, suggests Bluetooth is becoming a more mature technology, the organization said Tuesday.