Business Computing

  • sony
    Jun 03, 2011 13:26 IST

    Here's who hacked into Sony network!

    In a startling revelation, a hacker group has come forward to take responsibility for breaking into the Sony network and stealing over one million passwords, email addresses and other information. Read on...

  • environment4
    Jun 04, 2011 19:02 IST

    The Green Websites

    One click will reduce your carbon footprint further. With these green websites around you don’t even have to step out to save the environment.

  • Nintendo 3DS
    Jun 05, 2011 09:55 IST

    Nintendo says server breached, no data lost

    Nintendo, the Japanese maker of the Wii game console and Super Mario games, says it was targeted in recent online data attacks, but that no personal or company information was lost.

  • microsoft
    Jun 10, 2011 12:43 IST

    Microsoft loses Word patent battle

    Software giant Microsoft finally lost its battle over Word patent with Toronto's i4i Inc. Rejecting Microsoft's appeal, the US supreme court upheld the 2009 lower court order against Microsoft to pay $290 million in damages to the Toronto firm.

  • Jun 16, 2011 13:42 IST

    World's first eco-friendly engine launched

    Virgin America has become the world's first airline to order a new type of fuel-efficient engine from industrial giant General Electric - and it's launched a fare sale to celebrate.

  • CIA, ISI
    Jun 16, 2011 18:31 IST

    Now, CIA website falls prey to hackers

    Hacker group Lulz Security has claimed that it brought down the public-facing website of the US Central Intelligence Agency. The alleged hack on occurred on the same day the group opened a...

  • Google books
    Jun 21, 2011 08:02 IST

    Google to digitise 250,000 British Library books

    Internet giant Google will digitise 250,000 books from the British Library, said a joint statement from the two organisations. Google will cover all digitisation costs.

  • Google is venturing into hardware
    Jun 26, 2011 00:29 IST

    Google attempts to battle radicalisation

    Technology giant Google, having conquered the internet and the world around it, is taking on a new challenge: violent extremism.

  • google, microsoft
    Jun 28, 2011 14:33 IST

    Microsoft's Office 365 challenges Google

    Microsoft Corp is making its biggest move into the mobile, Internet-accessible world of 'cloud' computing this week, as it takes the wraps off a revamped online version of its hugely profitable Office software suite.

  • Facebook
    Jul 05, 2011 09:59 IST

    Facebook, Skype to launch video chat

    Just as Google's next big thing 'Google Plus' is all set to launch, Facebook and Skype are about to strike a deal that would bring the video chatting service to the social networking site.

  • skype
    Jul 07, 2011 00:26 IST

    Key facts about Skype

    Facebook will integrate Skype video chat with its social networking service, striking a deal to cement Facebook's role as a communications hub.

  • Jul 21, 2011 10:47 IST

    iFake: Chinese cheats clone Apple store

    China's passion for iPads and iPhones has triggered widespread cloning and even brawls. Now, it has gone further with a fake Apple store so convincing even the staff think they work for Steve Jobs.

  • Google doodle
    Jul 22, 2011 11:44 IST

    Google honours creator of mobile art

    The latest Google Doodle celebrates the 113 birth anniversary of Alexander Calder, the American sculptor and artist famous for inventing the mobile sculptures and mobile art.

  • 3g
    Jul 24, 2011 21:45 IST

    3G off to shaky start

    The much tom-tommed 3G services are yet to deliver on promise as mobile consumers struggle with clunky performance and high tariffs. And yet, there is talk of 4G already. Rachit Vats and Anita Sharan report. Mobile track

  • Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Tab
    Aug 04, 2011 11:03 IST

    Apple, Samsung legal tussle lands in Australia

    Documents presented to the Federal Court of Australia show Apple is seeking to permanently ban the sale or promotion of the latest Galaxy Tab 10.1, which would compete with Apple's iPad, in Australia.