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Mozilla plans to consolidate messaging into one application
Mozilla has released a prototype of a new application that aims to consolidate all messages a user can receive over a computer into one reader package.
Aug 8 2008 12:34PM
IBM pumps cash into clouds
IBM is planning to invest some US$360 million in efforts to expand its cloud computing program..
Aug 4 2008 8:00AM
Dell to get back into music player market
Dell is planning a return to the media player market according to Dell officials quoted in the Wall Street Journal.
Jul 31 2008 7:57AM
Digital photo frames explode into a living room near you
Photographs have long been the most popular way to capture a moment in time, but the good old-fashioned family photo album is rapidly being replaced by Harry Potterish digital displays.
Jul 28 2008 2:07PM
Interwoven buys into e-discovery for US$36m
Content management firm buys Discovery Mining to boost its e-discovery capabilities
Jul 28 2008 10:32AM
Set top boxes tune into big sales
The market for set top boxes is set to explode, according to a recent report..
Jul 23 2008 4:48PM
Google marches into Russia with ad buy
Google is to acquire Russian-based contextual ad firm ZAO Begun..
Jul 21 2008 3:48PM
HP crams datacenters into shipping container
HP has unveiled a new product which fits an entire datacentre into a standard shipping container.
Jul 17 2008 3:12PM
Opinion: Will XP's expiry breathe new life into Vista?
Microsoft has cut off the supply of Windows XP, but enterprises are still unwilling to give it up.
Jul 14 2008 9:17AM
House to size up global roaming rates
Australians love to travel overseas. We also love our mobile phones. But anyone who's tried to place a call on their mobile while travelling internationally knows how expensive combining those two loves can be.
Jul 10 2008 12:17PM
IBM worms its way into African economy... with chocolate
The latest corporate giant trying to get its teeth into Africa has come up with a novel approach: woo the locals with chocolate.
Jun 28 2008 12:01PM
Nokia buys into social networking
Nokia is to acquire Swiss start-up Plazes in a deal which the handset maker says will help it develop location-based social networking..
Jun 24 2008 11:52AM
China denies probe into Microsoft
China has officially denied reports that it is planning an investigation into the market position of Microsoft in the country..
Jun 23 2008 7:41AM
EMC backs research into cloud computing
Storage firm EMC has joined the Daoli Trusted Infrastructure Project which conducts research into "trust and assurance" in cloud computing environments..
Jun 17 2008 8:46AM
Tight times and iPhone bite into Fone Zone's profit
Consumer's reluctance to replace mobile handsets has led to a decrease in profit revenue forecasts for retailer Fone Zone which could result in the closure of some stores.
Jun 11 2008 3:37PM
IBM plunges into water-cooled chips
IBM has delivered the first working prototype of its water-cooled 3D chips..
Jun 7 2008 11:42AM
Google beams cash into solar power
Google has stepped up its commitment to solar power with an investment of US$10 million in local company BrightSource Energy..
May 16 2008 7:30AM
Hacker hired by News Corp. testifies in corporate spying trial
A software engineer testified that he was hired by a unit of News Corp. to develop software that could reverse engineer code on satellite receiver smart cards, but denies hacking.
Apr 28 2008 10:51AM
Microsoft and Novell push into China
Microsoft and Novell have announced an "incremental investment" in their interoperability relationship, and have promised to put particular emphasis on the Chinese market..
Apr 22 2008 7:36AM
Industry lays into 3-D Secure
Payments experts have rounded on the 3-D Secure identity verification scheme, which was set up to secure online transactions. The system is vulnerable to fraud and non-intuitive, they argue.
Apr 14 2008 11:22AM
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