The French government plans to extend measures to deal with digital piracy, cutting off the Internet connections of those suspected of illegal filesharing.
The European Commission has opened an antitrust investigation into Qualcomm’s business practices selling 3G mobile phone chipsets.
SWsoft expects to release a beta version of Parallels Server virtualization within six weeks, and is also working on new management tools for the data center.
Apple does not acknowledge that a manufacturing defect caused power failures in an iBook G4 laptop sold in Denmark, but it refunded the customer's money, said the country's Consumer Complaints Board.
The iPhone will be competing against lower-priced handsets and more entrenched brands when it arrives in the U.K. on November 9.
Standards body tells Microsoft to rework Office Open XML document format and try again next year.
France has voted against making Microsoft's OOXML document format an international standard, while Australia has abstained from the vote at standards body ISO.
Skype has offered further details of the 'perfect storm' which prevented millions from accessing its Internet telephony service last week.
Skype said that a problem with its VOIP service affecting millions of its customers is likely to continue throughout the day.
The European Commission has accused Intel of abusing its dominant market position in the microprocessor market to exclude rival AMD.
Apple opened its largest Apple Shop store-in-store in Europe to date on Thursday, inside the FNAC Digital consumer electronics store in central Paris.
Google launched versions of its video sharing service YouTube in French and other languages on Tuesday. Localized versions now exist for Brazil, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S.
Amazon has paid IBM to settle patent lawsuits between the two companies. The two also agreed a long-term cross-licensing agreement.
Denmark's Consumer Complaints Board has ordered Apple to refund buyers of faulty iBook G4 computers after finding evidence of a hidden manufacturing defect.
Google has bought Marratech, a Stockholm-based developer of video conferencing software, taking it further into the sphere of collaborative working.