Kodiak Networks announced that Cellular One has offered its push-to-talk service to Cellular One customers in all the areas it serves in Alaska; this is the first push-to-talk service to be offered in the state.
Dell is offering additional AMD Opteron processors in two new systems, the PowerEdge 2970 systems and the Energy Smart 2970, which the company said will help address power and cooling concerns.
IBM uses an integrated software stack and a per-user pricing model to attempt to entice customers away from Windows systems.
Grisoft, makers of the popular AVG Antivirus, today released a free tool specifically aimed at eliminating malicious software that hides itself using rootkit techniques.
The new SRM offering uses BMC's Remedy Action Request System for its foundation to reduce the cost of help desk calls and to better prioritize service request responses.
The accusations continue to fly between ACT legal counsel Richard Wilder and open-source luminary Bruce Perens over whether GPLv3 creates legal risks.
Microsoft says it has found no attacks attempting to exploit the reported Office vulnerabilities, but it is continuing to investigate.
Pool boys, you're on notice. iRobot has, in conjunction with AquaJet LLC and Aquatron, Inc., introduced not one, but two pool-cleaning robotics.
Revenue for plasma televisions took a substantial hit in February, according to the latest figures released by the NDP Group on Tuesday, generating only $181 million compared to the nearly $216 million in February 2006.
In the current Fox television adventure series, "24," a terrorist explodes a small nuclear bomb in Los Angeles. In the May 2007 issue of the journal Health Physics, Carnegie Mellon researchers Keith Florig and Baruch Fischhoff ...