In a year that has seen bullying in blogs, pedophiles on MySpace and an ongoing privacy backlash against Facebook, it was appropriate that this year's Le Web 3 conference started Tuesday with a panel discussion about the "dark side" of Web 2.0.
Dell on Tuesday made its first foray into the tablet PC market, unveiling the 3.5-pound, 12.1 inch Latitude XT.
Mozilla said developers have handed off the second beta of Firefox 3.0 to internal testing, and will ship the next preview of the open-source browser before the end of the year.
Microsoft has released its monthly set of security patches, fixing critical flaws in the Windows desktop.
Symantec's holiday spam listing is seeing an increase in threats which capitalise on the concept of a trusted source or Web site.
Skype on Monday blamed an "unintentional communication oversight" for not notifying users a month ago that it had patched the Windows version of its voice-over-IP client software against a critical bug.
First announced in October, Street Fighter IV will feature 3D rendered characters and environments played in a 2D perspective to maintain a classic Street Fighter feel, said Capcom on Thursday.
RedOctane says it's working to release downloadable songs for Guitar Hero III on Wii -- what would be a first for the console that lacks large storage capacity.
According to Nettavisen (via Wired), 12-year-old Hans JA¸rgen Olsen and his sister encountered a troubled moose while walking in the forest near their Norwegian home.
Although the option remains for the now-independent Halo developer, company execs say they're sticking with Microsoft's Xbox 360.
2K Sports on Sunday announced Don King Presents: Prizefighter for Xbox 360, Wii, and DS set for release in spring 2008. Sadly, PS3 owners will not be invited to the party.
The <a href="http://www.gamepro.com/news.cfm?article_id=127288">delay of Grand Theft Auto 4</a> on PS3 and Xbox 360 did more than upset millions of gamers anxiously awaiting its release -- it further complicated Take-Two's ongoing attempts to return ...
When the 2008 Olympic Games kick off in Beijing next year, organizers will be using a sophisticated computer system to scan video images of city streets looking for everything from troublemakers to terrorists.
Roughly 500 million of the world's mobile phones, or more than 40 percent of the global total, were or will be produced in China this year, according to the country's Ministry of Information Industry.
Attack code threatens popular media players from Microsoft and AOL, said a security expert who told Windows users to remove a buggy coder/decoder (codec) or disable the player programs.
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