Skype Technologies is teaming with Siemens to offer cordless phone users the ability to make Internet telephony calls, in addition to traditional calls, from their handsets.
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Microsoft is set to unleash its much-anticipated search technology today, as it ramps up efforts to take on market leader Google.
Microsoft will give customers advance notice of its monthly security updates in an effort to help them prepare to install related software patches, the company announced Thursday.
Open source software proponents received a potential boost from the U.K. government on Thursday with a release of a report citing the well-documented advantages on the server side, but also growing maturity on the desktop front.
Internet users may soon see two new domain name suffixes in their browser window: ".post" to identify the postal community and ".travel" for travel industry associations and organizations.
German software giant SAP AG is teaming with Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) to offer midmarket companies in the U.S. a hosted software offering that includes applications, maintenance, services and support for a monthly fee.
Skype is changing telecommunications landscape
Despite the number of IT security products and services cramming the market, businesses are more exposed than ever to emerging threats, according to industry experts speaking at the Etre technology conference in Cannes on Tuesday.
Protect your intellectual property (IP) now or risk having your business sacked by open souce-touting bandits, The SCO Group President and Chief Executive Officer Darl McBride warned an audience of tech industry leaders, analysts and investors at the Etre conference in Cannes on Tuesday.
Former Computer Associates (CA) chairman and CEO, Sanjay Kumar, made a surprise appearance at the Etre technology conference in Cannes, three weeks after his indictment for securities fraud and obstruction of justice.
SAP enjoys its view from the sidelines of heated takeover battle
Regardless of whether Oracle succeeds in its hostile takeover bid for PeopleSoft, market leader SAP will be the one to reap the benefits, an executive for the German company said on Sunday.
Takes opportunity to dismiss Oracle, SAP
Sun Microsystems trimmed its fourth quarter and full-year 2004 results this week, to account for final accounting of asset retirement obligations and its settlement with Microsoft.
Despite their current low rates of broadband penetration, the 10 new countries that joined the European Union (E.U.) in May are poised for rapid growth in high-speed Internet use, thanks to local political support, competition and an up-and-coming middle class, according to The Yankee Group.