The Palm OS Clings To Life
Palm, the smartphone maker, faces a challenge because it uses an operating system with an uncertain future, and it has a limited ability to change the perception that the "Palm OS is dead."
Users Bash New Google Groups
The discussion service sheds its "beta" status with a look and feel of Gmail and therein lies the problem for an irate few.
Google May Get Game
If Adscape Media is acquired, expect to see more in-game ads take a slice of the industry's expected $732 million in ad dollars by 2010.
'Storm' Spam Surges, Infections Climb
Newer versions of the spam dumped more infected messages into in-boxes and duped an increasing number of users to launch the files and thus compromise their computers.
HP Christens Russian Research Lab
HP booked about $1.4 billion in sales in Russia last year, about 10% of Russia's total market for IT products. HP's sales there are growing nearly 24% a year.
Apple Confirms 802.11n Download Fee
The company will charge customers $1.99 to download software that will enable 802.11n wireless functionality in the chipsets of most of its Intel Core 2 Duo- and Xeon-based computers.
Wi-Fi Phone Buyer's Guide
VoIP service providers Skype and Vonage have each partnered with hardware manufacturers to release cell-like phones that can use their services via Wi-Fi networks. Here's how to get started.
IBM Wins $48 Million Norwegian Military Contract
IBM will provide development and integration services for The Economy Project, which will provide the Norwegian Armed Forces with integrated accounting, management, and logistics capabilities based on SAP software.