Motorola Inc. has entered into an agreement to license Microsoft’s ActiveSync protocol, providing direct Wireless mobile access to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.
Sun Microsystems Inc. announced yesterday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire a small IT outsourcing company – SevenSpace. Sun is planning to offer it as part of its managed services business.
Malicious hackers have once again compromised The SCO Group’s website, the second time in as many days. The messages on the website appear to mock the company’s ownership claims over various parts of the Linux operating system.
The new LG-KP3800 handset will have capability to read characters and numbers on business cards and store the information it finds in it phone book.
´Cell´, a wonder chip that is 10 times more powerful than conventional chips and can drive massive amounts of data very fast over broadband networks, was jointly unveiled by IBM, Sony Corp and Toshiba Corp on Monday in the US.
The University of Essex opened today a new laboratory to study the effects of mobile phones mast on human health, including the new 3G masts.
Lycos Europe has released a special screensaver for Windows and the Mac OS platforms that will attack spam web pages.
All over the world there are conversations happening about “The State of Open Source” in various areas. Invariably, most participants will boil these down to two hard facts: on the consumer desktop, Open Source has made very little headway but in the corporate market it is gaining strong footholds.
A routine computer software upgrade has crashed 80 percent of UK government PCs at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) on Friday.
In an attempt to become more useful, US researchers are developing new smartphone software which watches users’ calling and usage patterns and tries to learn how best to “help”.