Sony introduced two new Vaio laptop computers in Japan on Monday, including one model equipped with a video camera and Transmeta's Crusoe processor which helps preserve battery life.
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Software company to challenge every aspect of Jackson decision.
Case will now be sent back to federal appeals court.
High-tech industry titans Microsoft, IBM and Arthur Andersen will invest $US100 million in a new company that will develop more than 25 "e-campuses" -- complete with hardware, software, finance support, and even a fitness club -- for startups that need to ramp up quickly.
IBM will begin offering new laptops later this year with internal antennas to provide wireless connections, the company said Thursday.
Corel said it will eliminate 139 positions at its engineering operation in Dublin, Ireland as part of a $US40 million cost-saving measure.
Targeting application service providers (ASPs) and corporate administrators, Citrix Systems announced Tuesday the availability of a new virtual private network (VPN) application and enhancements to application server and portal products.
Thanks to technology, summer vacations are no longer the stuff of beach, boating and fun in the sun, according to a new study released last Friday.
A US federal judge has ordered Microsoft to pay $US1 million in punitive damages to Bristol Technology, the company said in a statement Friday.
Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. on Friday launched a new service that offers alerts over mobile phones about the company's auctions.
Heat problem confirmed by Intel testing
Temperature problem related to certain circuits on chip, says Intel
Cisco Systems on Monday announced its Content Delivery Network (CDN) system, which offers services that address network management, performance and reliability issues.
Matter needs to be dealt with promptly say government attorneys
BOSTON (08/10/2000) - More than two years after the Digital Media Association
(DiMA) began with seven charter members, the growing trade industry group that
represents technology developers, retailers and Webcasters is still in the