Now, a laptop that shouts 'Stop, thief!' when stolen!
In what seemed to be the latest technological feat, scientists have developed a laptop which can shout 'stop, thief!' when stolen.
In shift, Microsoft sells software online
Microsoft has opened its first online store in the United States offering its ubiquitous programs for downloading.
Microsoft Live gets social in website make-over
Microsoft ramped up its battle for Internet popularity with plans to make Windows Live services more social. Software that tells age I PC Games I Tech trends for 2009
Google takes aim at Microsoft with new Web browser
Google is using a cartoonish approach to promote Chrome, the new browser underscores the gravity of Google's rivalry with Microsoft. IT service megavendors
Microsoft-Yahoo combination could reshape Internet landscape
A deal of MS and Yahoo could reshape the Internet landscape for millions of Web users: Would the two companies join their online portals? In Video: MS eyes Yahoo
Learn how to become a hacker!
Want to see a network-attached bread toaster gaining control of a computer? Or, learn how to wiretap an Internet telephone call? Video revolution on the web
Turn your home e-smart
For years, technology companies have been peddling notions of a digital nirvana at home.
How to avoid online fraud?
Be the smart fish and keep your online transactions safe from criminals.
Google offers new challenge to MicroSoft
Google has stepped up challenge to Microsoft as the later upgrades its Windows, Office franchises.
Bill Gates says losing Android was his 'greatest mistake ever', one that cost him $400 mn
Gates revealed allowing Google to develop Android and not creating a profitable model themselves was a mistake.
Even moat does not last long; buy if you find it, but stay alert of changes
A business with a moat would imply one which has higher earnings power & higher margins.
'Always-connected' PCs likely in India post Q2, 2019: Qualcomm
The US chipmaker could partner with mobile phone companies in India and original equipment makers (OEMs) to launch the affordable PCs in the country, Sanjay Mehta, VP (compute products) at Qualcomm International, said.
PowerGrid puts firewalls; no power outages due to Ransomware
Power Grid has also told its employees not to open certain mails or download material which can infect the systems.
ASUS unveils the world's first gigabit LTE-capable laptop
The convertible laptop has up to 22-hour battery life with over 30 days of stand-by time.
Microsoft officially ends all support to Windows Phone
Nearly 80 per cent of all Windows-powered phones are still running Windows Phone 7, Windows Phone 8, or Windows Phone 8.1.
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