In what could be a step forward in the development of quantum cryptography systems, a Japanese laboratory has demonstrated that it can send quantum keys through an optical switch designed for normal optical communications.
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The US District Court for the District of Delaware has granted a request by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) that documents be preserved for use as evidence as the company pursues its antitrust litigation against Intel, AMD said Monday.
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Google Inc. is preparing to launch an online payment system that might compete with eBay Inc.'s PayPal electronic payment system, according to newspaper reports.
Yahoo has bought VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) service provider Dialpad Communications to use its technology in Yahoo's VOIP services, Dailpad said Tuesday.
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A faulty update to anti-virus software released over the weekend by Tokyo-based Trend Micro Inc. caused PCs to slow down or stop working around the world, the company said Monday.
The number of phishing attacks grew slightly during February, and there was also increased malicious software use, a group that monitors attempts at online identity theft said on Tuesday.
Toshiba Corp. has developed a detachable display that the company says will combine the convenience of a Tablet PC with the computing power of a notebook PC, and that could be available in about three years, it said at Cebit on Thursday.
The Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) expects to conclude its investigation of Intel Corp.'s Japanese subsidiary within the next few months, the commission said Tuesday.
The Tokyo District Court has suspended the production and sale of a word processing program that is the only serious competitor in Japan to Microsoft Corp.'s Word. The court also called for existing stocks of the program, called Ichitaro, to be destroyed. Justsystem Corp., which develops the software, said it plans to appeal.