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Skype Founders to Debut New Web TV Service

Skype's founders, Janus Friis and Niklas Zennstrom, reportedly plan to launch a new Web-based broadband television service next year. The two have invested part of the US$2.6 billion they made from the sale of their VoIP company to eBay to develop the new service. Codenamed "the Venice Project," it ...

Cisco Adds VoIP Handsets to iPhone Line

With buzz about Apple's rumored iPhone growing, Linksys, a unit of Cisco, on Monday announced new additions to its own iPhone product line. The company introduced a series of Web-enabled telephone handsets designed to work with Voice over Internet Protocol services. The new phone family lets users d...

Nintendo Wii, DS Recalls Could Cost Company Millions

Two unfortunately timed product failures could cost Nintendo millions of dollars. The company said it would voluntarily replace 3.2 million straps attached to the controllers of its new Wii game consoles, and it is recalling about 200,000 AC adapters for its DS and DS Lite handheld game machines. Th...

Blogging Headed for the Slow Lane, Suggests Report

Blogging has taken the Internet by storm over the past few years as part of the social networking phenomenon, but Gartner analysts predict that the number of community contributors will peak in the first half of 2007. Less than 2 percent of all Internet users are frequent content contributors, accor...

Google Launches Patent Search Beta

One of the Internet's leading innovators is offering a helping hand to other innovators. Google on Wednesday introduced a new Web site that facilitates searches for U.S. patents by keyword, patent number, inventor and filing data. Google Patent Search is still in the beta stage, but it offers users ...

Immigration Crackdown Uncovers Identity Theft Maneuvers

More than 1,200 people were arrested for alleged immigration violations earlier this week when federal agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided Swift meatpacking plants. The workers were accused of using stolen Social Security numbers in order to get jobs. Dubbed "Operation Wagon Train...

IBM Seeks Enterprise Search Partner, Finds Yahoo

IBM and Yahoo on Wednesday introduced new, free enterprise search software with Web search services powered by Yahoo. The idea is to make it easier for corporate searchers to find and act on information stored on networks and across the Web. Dubbed "IBM OmniFind Yahoo Edition," the software is an en...

Microsoft Talks Up Beta Version of VoIP Server

Microsoft on Tuesday opened a private beta of its new enterprise voice communications server to 2,500 IT professionals. Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 allows companies to integrate Voice over Internet Protocol technology into existing telephony infrastructure. The software giant hopes t...

HP, Cingular to Offer Global Mobile Notebook

HP has partnered with Cingular to develop a new notebook computer with built-in global mobile broadband capabilities. The HP Compaq nc6400 Notebook PC with integrated Cingular Wireless UMTS/HSDPA-based technology aims to let business professionals connect to corporate networks at broadband speeds in...

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Hottest Video Games for Holiday Giving, Part 2

There may be a shortage of the latest and greatest video game consoles this holiday season, but there is certainly no lack of new games from which to choose. Part 1 of this two-part series looks at at five of the hottest new game titles: "Gears of War," "Guitar Hero II," "Resistance: Fall of Man," "...

Dell Offers High-End Blu-ray Notebook

Dell on Monday introduced Blu-ray Disc technology into its product line, offering the next-generation optical disc format as an option on its high-end XPS M1710 consumer notebook computer. For Dell, it's a move to offer customers PCs that can function as a single platform for digital entertainment t...

IBM Boosts Development of Flash Memory Successor

A new chip technology could encroach on flash memory and hard-disk drive market share, as a group of companies led by IBM explore phase-change memory. Big Blue, Macronix and Qimonda on Monday announced joint research results that give a major boost to this new type of computer memory, which they are...

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Hottest Video Games for Holiday Giving, Part 1

As the next generation of video game consoles duke it out in the marketplace, game publishers are anxious to see how their titles fare in the fray. From war games to music games, there is no lack of variety to satisfy gaming enthusiasts of all ages this year. There are plenty of options for the Nint...

Senators, ESRB Open Video Game Ratings Campaign

Two prominent U.S. Senators on Thursday joined forces with the Entertainment Software Rating Board to launch a new nationwide television public service announcement campaign. The goal is to encourage parents to use the video game ratings when buying games for their children. Just in time for the hol...

HP Reaches $14.5 Million Settlement in Spying Case

In a settlement that could lead to new standards for corporate ethics, Hewlett-Packard on Thursday agreed to finance a new law enforcement fund to fight violations of privacy and intellectual property rights. As part of the US$14.5 million settlement, HP will also adopt corporate governance reforms....

Cisco Expands Billion-Dollar Initiative in India

Cisco on Wednesday announced it is on course with its US$1.1 billion investment in India -- and added it's expanding its commitment there. The company expects to triple its workforce in India over the next three to five years. Cisco first established operations in India in 1995 and today employs ove...

MySpace to Combat Sexual Predators With Technology

MySpace.com on Tuesday said it would partner with an online identity and background check firm to build technology that blocks convicted sex offenders from joining its community. The leading online social networking community is working with Sentinel Tech Holding to build Sentinel Safe, technology t...

AMD Dual-Core Chip Reduced to 65 Nanometer Design

AMD on Tuesday announced its transition from 90 nanometer to 65 nm process technology. The Athlon 64 X2 dual-core desktop processor is the first product to roll out under the new process. AMD's announcement comes months after Intel launched its 65 nm initiatives and is another step toward creating e...

Toshiba Vaults 100 GB Barrier With 1.8-Inch HDD

In a breakthrough that paves the way for higher capacity notebook computers and digital music players, Toshiba announced Tuesday that its storage device division broke the 100 GB barrier for mobile hard disk drives. The new 1.8-inch drive -- model MK1011GAH -- is based on perpendicular magnetic reco...

BT Launches $198 Million IPTV Mission

Communications giant BT Group on Monday announced the commercial launch of BT Vision, its new IPTV service. The company is spending about US$198 million to roll out the service with high hopes to attract up to 3 million users and post a profit by the end of 2010. BT Vision combines more than 40 DTT-...

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