The organisers of the UK WOMAD (World of Music and Dance) festival are to use the latest Ruckus Wireless dual-band 802.11n Smart Wi-Fi system to connect services and users to the internet.
A poster on the OQO Talk forums appears to have turned his Vista-operating UMPC into a something capable of running Leopard
Sony has announced that it is to double the annual production of Bravia LCD TVs at its Nitra manufacturing plant in Slovakia from two million to four million by the end of 2008
Microsoft has announced that it will be switching off the MSN Music license servers at the end of this summer, leaving millions of users with a potential headache and potentially unplayable MP3s.
A woman in the US who advertised on Craigslist for a "silent assassin" to "eradicate" her lover's wife has pleaded guilty in a Michigan court
Kodak has added three new digital photo frames to its portfolio, two of which boast a unique touch-control system, and all of which Kodak claims are able to display photos in "HD format".
Google has announced its first quarter results with a 31 per cent year-on-year increase in profts from $1 billion in 2007 to $1.3 billion in the first three months of 2008.
Seagate CEO Bill Watkins has made good on his threat to sue solid-state drive (SSD) manufacturers if he ever felt they threatened the Seagate-dominated HDD industry.
Apple and Sony have agreed to a joint financial settlement with a Japanese couple after the man was left burned when a Sony-made battery in his Apple laptop caught fire
The latest rumour concerning BlackBerry's forthcoming 9000 3G smartphone is that it will feature a front-mounted camera, allowing it to be used for video calls
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