Hewlett-Packard tops Wall Street's revenue and earnings expectations in the first quarter of its 2007 fiscal year.
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Real-time language translation, medical monitoring via the mobile web and nanotechnology to purify water are some of the innovations IBM Labs thinks will be on the market within five years.
Hewlett-Packard is going after the virtualisation market in the small-to-medium enterprise space by offering a program to assess how IT systems in smaller organisations might benefit from the technology.
Environmentalist and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, in a Silicon Valley speech urging businesses to push clean technology, said the United Nations report on climate change released Friday makes it a near certainty that global warming is real and needs to be addressed immediately.
Apple, caught between the promise of its new iPhone and the peril of a stock options investigation, has reported record earnings for the first quarter of its fiscal 2007 year.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California is investigating the stock options backdating activities of computer and consumer electronics manufacturer Apple.
Bryan Wagner's agreement Friday to plead guilty to federal charges in the Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) spying case gives prosecutors added leverage to charge others in the case, a legal expert said.
Microsoft has eliminated four of eight previously announced security patches scheduled to be available to system administrators on Tuesday.
The founder of Wikipedia, the user-edited online encyclopedia, is developing a Wiki-based search engine to compete with established commercial search engines from Google and Yahoo.
Technology industry experts meeting in Silicon Valley recently said broadband Internet access in the U.S. needs to improve for the "YouTube generation" to really flourish.
US President George Bush has signed legislation directing the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to study energy use in data centres.
Two U.S. Congressmen have asked HP Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd to explain why he sold US$1.37 million worth of HP stock just before the company's spying scandal became public.
Computer maker Dell's solution to the data center energy crisis is to market more energy-efficient versions of its PowerEdge line of servers.
IBM and Cray have beat out Sun Microsystems to win major US government contracts to design a new generation supercomputer.
The server market remains strong but industry research shows unit shipment rates slowing as companies buy fewer, but more powerful, machines.