Apple announced that they will be launching their Safari 3 Web Browser for both Windows PCs and Macs.
EVERY COMPUTER user has a different relationship with his PC: for some it’s simply a tool that must be tolerated, while others develop a genuine fondness for one system over another.
Apple announced today that they will be launching the Safari 3 Web Browser for both Windows PCs and Macs.
MIT researchers say they will soon be able to charge a computer or cell-phone battery from across a room, perhaps making the annoyance of wires or dead batteries a thing of the past.
Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) has launched a probe into the awarding of a R408- million tender for the controversial eNatis project.
SA’s IT infrastructure outsourcing market will continue to grow, but it will need to focus on the requirements of the SMME sector in order to effectively capitalise on existing opportunities. These are the findings of recent research conducted by global growth consultancy, Frost & Sullivan.
Apple says that it has updated its MacBook Pro line of notebooks with Intel Core 2 Duo processors, memory up to 4GB, and high-speed graphics in an aluminium enclosure that is one inch thick.
IBM researchers on Friday released free software to help public health officials prevent pandemics of diseases such as bird flu or dengue fever.
Pioneering e-mail certification firm Goodmail Systems has new allies in its campaign to keep spam and scams out of people’s in-boxes.
The United Nations has called for policies to protect African nations from unregulated imports of electronic wastes (e-waste) that release heavy metals and chemicals.
Duncan McLeod spoke to software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth last week about his Ubuntu Linux deal with Dell, the Microsoft software patent fracas, and his desire to return to live in SA. This is an edited extract.
Smile, you’re on Google.
Microsoft and South Korea’s LG Electronics (LGE) said on Thursday they have reached a patent cross-licensing agreement aimed at further developing each other’s current and future products.