Apple today refreshed its iMac line for the first time since October 2009 by adopting Intel's Core i3, i5 and i7 processors across the board and abandoning NVidia's integrated graphics chipset for ATI-branded graphics processors.
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Europe's top antitrust official said Wednesday that his office is continuing to investigate antitrust concerns about Google Inc.
EMC plans to acquire Greenplum for an undisclosed sum and form a new division around the privately held company's data warehousing technology.
NASA scientists have given up hope of finding any signs of life from the Phoenix Mars Lander, giving the robotic machine up for dead on the Martian surface.
OCZ Technology Group, Inc. today introduced two higher capacity versions of its Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SATA II 2.5-in solid state drives SSD today.
NASA's space shuttle Atlantis lifted off at 2:20 p.m. EDT today, heading out on the final mission of its 25-year career.
SAP has announced it will buy mobile and database vendor Sybase for roughly $5.8 billion.
<b>Vendor’s description:</b> The PowerEdge R200 is an enterprise-class rack server designed to maximise datacenter density and performance while reducing power consumption.
1Password encrypts, stores and organizes your passwords and other private information, and automates logins for Web sites and other Internet services.
After seven years of working on the surface of Mars, NASA's Mars rover Opportunity has been upgraded to allow it to make some of its own decisions.
The Australian Federal Police have seized about 6500 pirate DVDs in a raid on an ACT premises, following an alert from Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) investigators.
Hackers are exploiting the just-disclosed unpatched bug in Internet Explorer (IE) to launch drive-by attacks from malicious Web sites, security researchers said today.
A NASA radar system onboard India's lunar orbiter has spotted evidence of water -- a lot of water -- on the moon's north pole.
The Victorian Government will give $30,000 to a local developer who can create a useful, innovative and useable application for the state.