The Security company raised its product prices this week and users who want to subscribe for another year now have to pay with almost 33% more money.
Intel unveiled its new plans for the Itanium series, and for a new high-end server chip. The company is expected to release a whole new line of Itanium 2 chips next year.
Cisco Systems will extend key mobility features of its Internet Protocol (IP) Communications and Unified Wireless Network solutions to the new Nokia business-optimized devices based on Series 60 3rd edition software platform.
Microsoft announced its plans to enter the security market with products dedicated to businesses and individual users. Let’s see what Symantec says about this…
Tim Cook, executive vice president, annonuced that Apple plans to introduce new iPods until the end of the year.
The two companies consider to link their IM networks. By doing this they will gain 44% of the market.
Nokia is interested in GSM technology on the 450 MHz frequency band.
New products and services designed to simplify the technology ownership experience for small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) are offered by HP.
Unfortunately it was available only for one day. CompUSA offered a $99.99 PC on Sunday to costumers that signed up for a year of AOL at $23.90 a month.
Microsoft’s new marketing campaign wants to extend the Xbox popularity beyond hard-core gamers, reaching other types of consumers like mothers and wives.
Like other business giants, eBay decided to pay $370 million for its PayPal rival, which is operated by VeriSign.
Cisco and mtvU (the most comprehensive television network just for college students) will offer ten grants to produce original content to premiere on Ãœber, MTV network’s first channel distributed in its entirety via broadband.
Even-tough the summer has passed, the fuel price remains high and this won’t change probably until the holidays.
This week, Lenovo announced the availability of StarOffice on its new ThinkPad R51e notebook.
This new service from Yahoo will allow people to easily search podcasts through keyword, categories or tagging, which is user-generated topic coding.
NEC LCD Technologies, Ltd. will launch three new amorphous silicon TFT LCD modules on the market within the second trimester of 2006.
China UnionPay Co. Ltd. has selected CiscoÂ® storage area network (SAN) solutions for the integration of its disaster recovery and data backup systems in Shanghai and Beijing.
The two companies consider to combine AOL’s Web content with Microsoft’s search-engine technology.
Google formed a team in Washington that will involve in the policy process and contribute to the debates that inform it.
N-Gage.com is Nokia’s way of showing how easy it is to download games onto your mobile phone.
The blogging network, Weblogs, was acquired by AOL. The transaction’s cost wasn’t revealed by the two companies which signed the agreement today.
AMD will bring the power of AMD64 technology to the fastest growing sport in America and will become the Official Technology Partner of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. (NASCAR).
‘Call 108′ is the first single-number emergency service in India.
University of Stirling in Scotland has migrated its SAP application servers, that manage the Human Resources and Payroll functions, to run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Simple and clear. This is Microsoft’s answer to a natural question that came after the software giant announcement that its Office suite will be available for Mac.