Rep. Christopher Smith chairs the House of RepresentativesSubcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and InternationalOperations. At a hearing in Washington, he reads a pointed indictment ofCisco Systems, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo. Smith says the techcompanies aid repression by the Chinese government.
Investment in Africa, Eastern Europe and cutting-edge applications expected to drive growth, says research group.
The EC has rubbished claims by the software giant that it has disregarded evidence and denied it due process
In a House subcommittee hearing for global human rights, Rep. Tom Lantos accuses four major U.S. technology companies of "complete compliance" with Chinese repression of civil rights and political dissent. Their actions are, he says, "a disgrace."
Opponents of the ID card scheme say the government is confused about its goals, while the Home Office argues that it cannot be specific about an incremental process
Camino Project debuts Version 1.0 of its browser built for the Mac.
Every enterprise should establish policies and procedures that ensure the safety of those present in an enterprise facility during an emergency requiring shelter in place measures. From the policy: Summary...
The Mac maker says that OS 10.4.5 fixes the "video tearing" issue and addresses a number of other problems.
Huawei does the cheapo 3G honours
European Commission rejects claims by the software giant that it has disregarded evidence, denied due process.
Some 40 percent of IBM mainframe customers now use Linux within their infrastructure, more than Big Blue ever expected
If you aren't investing in the Web 2.0 phenomenon, you're not at the cutting edge of the emerging paradigm of exit strategies.
Several companies have expressed their concerns to the European Commission concerning Windows Vista
Just watch that business data walk out the door...
Nicholas Negroponte leaves to concentrate on $100 computer initiative; entrepreneur Frank Moss named new director. $100 laptop takes world stage
Hammering away outmoded processes
3GSM: Will HSDPA be superseded by a service that offers three times the speed?
Sun releases beta of "Mustang" Java desktop software, which is set to be completed this fall.
While customers sign up in Africa and eastern Europe...