International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge Saturday said there was "no deal" with Beijing Olympic officials to permit censorship of the Internet during the games, and lashed out at criticism of the IOC and its handling of the matter.
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<a href="http://www.alibaba.com">Alibaba.com</a> Group CEO Jack Ma said Saturday that no matter what happened to major shareholder Yahoo, the company would retain its independence.
An earthquake registering 7.8 on the Richter Scale knocked out mobile phone service in the western Chinese city of Chengdu, although fixed-line networks remained in service, Chinese state television reported yesterday afternoon.
China's 3G (third generation telephony) system will expand service to 10 cities after August's Olympic Games, the nation's minister of science and technology said Wednesday.
The sky is falling on the number of global IP (Internet Protocol) addresses, and IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is the solution, executives from major technology companies said Wednesday.
Intel will end its Verified By Intel (VBI) standardisation programme by mid-2008.
Oracle's illegal download lawsuit against rival SAP will move finally to trial on February 9, 2009 - almost two years after the suit was initially filed.
Lenovo will begin shipping Thinkpad notebooks pre-loaded with Novell Linux distributions later this year.
A team of security experts in Baltimore, Md., said it has found a flaw in Apple Inc.'s iPhone handset that can be used by attackers to access private data stored on it.
Adam Vitale pled guilty Monday to sending unsolicited e-mail to 1.2 million AOL LLC subscribers, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Michael J. Garcia said.
Google Inc. may be seeking a reopening of state and federal government antitrust action against Microsoft Corp., but a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) official has recommended against it, newspaper reports indicated Sunday.
Network equipment manufacturer Avaya has agreed to a US$8.2 billion (NZ$10.9 billion) cash buyout by private equity firms TPG Capital and Silver Lake Partners.
Facebook Inc. became the latest entrant into the online video battle Thursday, opening its Facebook f8 platform to outside developers and partners in an effort to gain ground on social networking rivals.
A Google partner in China has come under fire for allegedly encouraging piracy, the Motion Picture Association (MPA) said Saturday.
Yahoo will reorganise into three new units, as part of a shake-up that will see chief operating officer Dan Rosensweig leave the company, says Yahoo.