Skype has admitted that its Chinese partner company Tom Online - which doesn't yet offer SkypeOut by the way- is censoring some Skype text messages."Tom had implemented a text filter, which is what everyone else in that market is doing," Skype CEO Niklas Zennstrom tells the U.
According to Beta News, Yahoo! is testing Wi-Fi access for its Yahoo!
The "pause" in Mac sales seen during the company's first quarter continues into the second.
Proposals to curb use of the radio ID technology are overbroad and rife with unintended consequences, companies say.
Companies representing warring disc technologies unite in effort to ensure smooth rollout of next generation of movie discs.
The PC market continues to grow--but Dell, Lenovo and Apple don't see gains as fast as others in the pack.
This policy outlines the appropriate procedures for conducting commercial endorsements to ensure that legal and ethical guidelines are properly followed and that the company and its staff are safeguarded....
AMD, IBM, HP and Sun band together to try to encourage energy thriftiness among computing customers.
Apple yesterday Webcasted their Q2 2006 financial results conference call. Here are some highlights...
The spam-fighting technique is valuable, but implementing it incorrectly could damage a company's e-mail system.
Cisco, MTV to give away $250,000 in grants to 10 student groups developing applications for broadband.
So we've already established that donated computers are something of a necessary evil in public education, but what about refurbished computers?
Public education drives me nuts, but it is the best possible solution for teaching people in a free society.
Analysts expected a little more revenue, but results are in line with Mac maker's predictions and earnings are higher than expected.
California gas prices. More reasons to telecommute...
The latest in the new-screen industry: a fluid-filled sac where oil and water duke it out.
Intel hits its number but PC sales are slowing and chip inventories are up.
So long, TiVo? Invention would prevent channel switching during commercials or fast-forwarding past ads on a DVR.
While surely inevitable, investors have taken a recent interest in capitalizing on the social network phenomenon, as represented today by the likes of online social giants MySpace and Facebook. MySpace alone has been absorbing the daily attentions of tens of millions of young people over the last year, and is growing at a truly staggering rate. Facebook actually just launched in January and is already one of the leading social networking sites.