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StickyFolders 1.0 enters public Beta-testing

Published by Syberian Solutions, StickyFolders is a breakthrough product with which you can seamlessly integrate your frequently-used Internet-based remote sources of data into your desktop's filesystem and manipulate them under Windows File Explorer. ... More...

PS3 network enters record books

Guinness World Records has recognised folding@home, a project that harnesses the spare processing power of Sony's PlayStation 3 to help understand the cause of diseases, as the world's most powerful distributed computing network. Nearly 700,000... More...

Ask Enters Third Dimension

It would appear that Ask.com has evolved into Ask3D. With new search technology and a three-panel design, it's supposed to give searchers what they need, faster, according to Ask CEO Jim Lazone: "Search engines have... More...

X3 enters retail orbit

Enlight Interactive announced today that it has begun shipping X3: Reunion. X3 is the latest attempt at combining intergalactic economics, diplomacy, space combat and exploration in one game. Picking up where X2: The Threat left... More...

VIA Enters License Agreement with 3Com

VIA Technologies, a successful chipset designer, and 3Com Corporation, a leading networking and communication maker, announced that the two companies have entered into a patent license agreement that grants VIA rights under certain 3Com patents.... More...

AOL Enters E-Mail Storage Market

America Online Inc. wants a piece of the premium e-mail storage pie. Looking to nudge its way into the mail storage market dominated by the likes of Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., and Google Inc., AOL... More...

Pitfall for PC enters beta

While not quite as exciting as the World of Warcraft beta, the PC version of Pitfall: The Lost Expedition has entered internal beta testing at the Canadian developer Beenox. Originally released for the Atari 2600... More...

Quark Enters the Land of OS X

An Early Look at the New Features in QuarkXPress 6.0 Quark has moved cautiously down the road to OS X, but its journey will be over when QuarkXPress 6.0 debuts. The company won't comment... More...

Tesco enters smart tags trial

Supermarket giant Tesco is running a trial of smart chips that can warn staff when products are past their sell-by date or even being shoplifted. RFID or radio frequency identity tags are tiny... More...

Benq enters low cost LCD fray

BENQ, WHICH now calls itself BenQ because apparently North American analysts thought it was a bank, has introduced a 17-inch LCD monitor which it claims has high quality specs but at an entry level price... More...

Nokia enters handheld console market

Mobile phone maker Nokia entered a new market on Monday as it unveiled seven new devices, including one that doubles as a game console and takes aim at Nintendo's teenage hit product Gameboy Advance. ... More...

IBM enters 90-nm technology race

IBM Corp.'s Microelectronics Division here today jumped in the 90-nm (0.09-micron) technology race, announcing an advanced process that will enable the development of ASICs and other chips with up to 72 million "wireable" gates. ... More...

Competition enters ADSL ring

A Brisbane internet service provider has launched the market's most competitive ADSL package since Telstra introduced its 3GB limit. XiS, which had intended to sell an "unlimited" service, said its offering was the... More...

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