CallWave has released the beta version of its free text messaging gadget for Google Desktop, designed to allow mobile consumers to send text messages from their desktop.
Cisco CEO John Chambers admits to a battle with Microsoft in the United Communications space and touts Cisco's Telepresence power play.
Flexible electronic membranes may overcome a longstanding dilemma faced by brain researchers: How to replicate injuries in the lab without destroying the electrodes that monitor how brain cells respond to physical trauma.
Wireless security protocol, WEP, is everywhere in Wi-Fi networks and just got quicker and easier for hackers to break into.
University advises 46,000 students, faculty and staff to be wary of identity theft.
Gateway will be one of the first to use a low-watt version of Intel's Core 2 Duo architecture in one of its ultramobile laptops.
A buffer overflow problem is patched by the company.
In its look at fourth-quarter notebook shipments, iSupply found that Taiwan-based Acer is starting to catch up to leaders such as Dell and HP, and it has surpassed Toshiba.
Hewlett-Packard execs said the company will be devoting more attention to the gaming market, and hinted at a new line of gaming PCs that will fall between the Pavilion and high-end Voodoo lines.