Online retailer Amazon.com launched a new service yesterday called Amazon.com Anywhere aimed at allowing users to shop over the internet from various wireless devices.
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Red Hat Inc. today released the latest version of its flavor of the open-source Linux operating system.
Version 6.1 of the Red Hat Linux OS features a slicker, graphical installation interface, online access to updates and improved system management capabilities, the company said in a statement.
AT&T and British Telecommunications have confirmed what many observers had suspected all along -- that their new global venture will be called Concert, the same name now used by a wholly owned BT unit.
Telia AB today announced an agreement to buy Unisource Iberia, in a move aimed at expanding the Swedish telecommunications carrier's international IP (Internet protocol) network infrastructure.
Intel and NEC today will announce a partnership centring on the internet.
Dell Computer and IBM yesterday announced a services agreement with an estimated value of up to $US6 billion over the next seven years.
Stockholm University at a presentation ceremony here on Friday awarded an honorary doctorate to Linus Torvalds for his accomplishments as the creator of the Linux open-source operating system.
Phoenix Technologies Ltd. today announced that its Ready64 firmware package with multiple operating system support now is running on engineering samples of Intel Corp.'s forthcoming 64-bit processors.
Taiwanese chip manufacturers are expected to lose up to two weeks production as a result of the powerful earthquake that rocked the island early Tuesday morning local time.
Hewlett-Packard and Nokia on Monday announced plans to jointly develop services that will provide users within large companies with wireless access to e-mail and other data.
A partnership led by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and World Trade Centre (WTC) Geneva on Friday announced an agreement to increase efforts at making electronic commerce a reality in developing countries.
Communications software maker Trillium Digital Systems last week became the first company to receive an equity investment from the newly created Intel Communications Fund.
Easier said than done. Recent moves by industry leaders aimed at promoting the idea of self-regulation of the internet are not very likely to succeed in keeping governments from wanting to regulate Net activities, according to a professor of management and economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In the past week and a half, more than 250,000 people have downloaded the StarOffice productivity software suite Sun Microsystems has started giving away at its Web site, the company's chief executive said.
Dell Computer chairman and CEO Michael Dell predicted here yesterday Microsoft's Windows NT operating system will continue to dominate its upstart rival Linux in the PC server market.