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AT&T Disconnects Cingular Name

AT&T, the nation's largest phone company, is stepping up its rebranding campaign aimed at consolidating its wireless services into a single unified name ...

AT&T Disconnects Cingular Name

AT&T, the nation's largest phone company, is stepping up its rebranding campaign aimed at consolidating its wireless services into a single unified name ...

AT&T Disconnects Cingular Name

AT&T, the nation's largest phone company, is stepping up its rebranding campaign aimed at consolidating its wireless services into a single unified name ...

Internet Censorship on the Rise Worldwide

While the Internet is widely considered one of the most democratizing tools in history, there still remain countries where the free flow of information over the World Wide Web is restricted ...

Gartner: Software Users Must Fight for Open Source

In an effort to clear up some confusion over the ongoing debate regarding open source and what exactly it means, research firm Gartner is suggesting vendors figure out a consistent definition to ease confusion among many buyers ...

Microsoft Delivers New Generation of Workplace Cell Phones

Microsoft will literally place its stamp on a new wave of qualified mobile phones that are designed to be compatible with its main communications products ...

AMD Banking on New Chip ‘Phenom’

Advanced Micro Devices has unveiled plans to replace its Athlon processor line with a new quad-core chip for desktop PCs in an effort to keep pace with chief rival Intel ...

Microsoft Strips Down Windows Virtualization Software

Microsoft has decided to slash several key features from its Windows Server virtualization software, code-named "Viridian," in an effort to meet quality goals and a release deadline ...

Sun May Release OpenSolaris Under GPL

Sun Microsystems is considering the possibility of releasing OpenSolaris, the open source version of its Solaris operating system, under the latest version of the GNU GPL (general public license), the primary free software license ...

Intel Gives Centrino Flash With ‘Santa Rosa’ Makeover

Chip maker Intel is set to launch an overhaul of its Centrino laptop platform -- the first to use flash memory chips, which should mean faster performance and longer battery life ...

Samsung Launches Vista-Compatible Ultra Mobile PC

Samsung Electronics has unveiled the second generation of an ultra mobile personal computer (UMPC) it introduced a year ago with partners Microsoft and Intel ...

Parents Clamping Down on Kids’ Video Game Choices

Parents are becoming more restrictive when it comes to regulating the video games their children play, according to a recent study commissioned by theEntertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) ...

Microsoft’s New Hotmail Emerges From Cocoon

After more than two years of testing, Microsoft is launching Windows Live Hotmail, the successor to MSN Hotmail, making it available in 36 languages across the world ...

Nvidia Unleashes Graphics Card Speed Demon

Graphics technology leaderNvidia has released details of a new graphics card it describes as "the world's fastest." ...

RIM Angles for Consumers With BlackBerry Curve

Research In Motion (RIM) has introduced a new model to its popular BlackBerry line -- the third addition in less then a year ...

Time Warner Q1 Profit Beats Street

Time Warner has reported first-quarter profits that outperformed Wall Street expectations, mostly on the strength of its rise in new cable, Internet and phone subscribers, as well as strong online ad sales ...

Cablevision Cuts a Deal With the Dolans

New York-based Cablevision Systems has agreed to sell itself for more than US$10.5 billion in cash to the family who founded the company ...

Redmond Sniffing Around Online Ad Firm 24/7 Real Media

Online advertising and marketing firm24/7 Real Media saw its shares soar to a 52-week high on the strength of reports that Microsoft was nearing a deal to buy the company for about US$1 billion ...

Corsair Plays Survivor With New Flash Drives

Corsair has launched Flash Survivor, a new line of rugged USB drives that are designed to withstand major shocks. The 4 GB version lists for US$59.99, while the 8 GB drive -- which incorporates higher-speed IC (integrated circuit)-paired memory and a faster controller -- costs $129.99 ...

Samsung Claims First in 16 GB NAND Chip Mass Production

Samsung has claimed to be the first electronics manufacturer to begin mass production of a 16 GB NAND flash memory chip to be used in digital music players, music phones and digital cameras ...

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