Microsoft set the retail price for Vista at between $100 and $259 for users upgrading from older versions of Windows. The prices range from the basic version of Vista to the top-end “ultimate” edition.
The software giant will use a data feed provided by Digital Resolve to help Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Live Toolbar identify suspected phishing sites.
The suite will include software, servers and wireless hardware for both barcode and RFID technology.
ASCII Group, a U.S.-based collective of small VARs and SIs is launching an India affiliate to connect U.S. vendors with small VARs on the subcontinent.
CA’s channel chief, Gary Quinn, announced his departure from the company after only a few months at the helm. SMB channels chief George Kafkarkou will fill in.
A bug fix kills Ubuntu GUIs, and eWEEK Labs ponders their worth.
CA Unicenter Network and Systems Management r11.1 offers impressive system management results for enterprise IT environments.
Hewlett-Packard beefs up the security and manageability of new business desktops, offering two models with Intel’s Core 2 Duo desktop processor, and two with AMD’s Athlon 64 X2 or Opteron processors.
The company installs Intel’s new dual-core processor in its iMac computers and also adds a 24-inch model.
SpiralFrog, a new online music service, said on Wednesday it had signed an agreement with EMI Music Publishing to authorize SpiralFrog’s use of EMI’s music catalog for legal downloading in the United States via SpiralFrog’s advertising-supported service.
The chip maker says it hopes to see savings of $2 billion in 2007 and $3 billion in 2008 through the restructuring program.
The company’s MoviNAND combines flash memory, a multimedia card controller and firmware in 1GB and 2GB packages, useful for MP3 players and cell phones.
Will PC owners have to pay extra for an ongoing license to decrypt their Blu-Ray or HD DVDs?
Microsoft Corp. announced on Tuesday U.S. prices for Windows Vista, the long-awaited new version of the operating system that sits on more than 90 percent of the world’s PCs.