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Worldwide chip sales fall by 42 percent

Worldwide sales of semiconductors fell by nearly half over the course of the last year, according to a report released Monday by the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).

IBM deploys new NetVista M-Series PCs

With little marketing pretense, IBM this week introduced three new PCs to its NetVista line of desktop computers. The new NetVista M-Series PCs quietly appeared on Big Blue's Web site.

Celerons step up to the 1GHz mark

Ending a week of high-speed technology announcements from the world's largest chip maker, Intel Corp. on Friday took its value-priced Celeron processors over the 1GHz threshold, company officials said.

Intel sheds more light on McKinley

The view of Intel Corp.'s upcoming McKinley processor sharpened Wednesday as the chip maker offered up new details of its next generation 64-bit processor at the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose, Calif.

Serial ATA 1.0 spec ready for business

The evolution of computing took another step Wednesday as the final 1.0 specification of Serial ATA was presented at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Jose, Calif.

Intel rolls out SDRAM chip set

Intel Corp.'s current effort to get Pentium 4 processors into progressively less expensive PCs should be aided within weeks by the arrival of Intel's new 845 chip set, code-named Brookdale.

Intel rolls out redesigned Pentium III-M

For the first time since the introduction of the Pentium III chip family in late 1999, Intel Corp. has moved to a smaller, more efficient processor architecture for a new line of mobile chips.

TECHXNY - Compaq previews new Evo laptop

Combining an upcoming low-power Intel chip with its newly re-designed Evo line of computers, Compaq on Wednesday announced plans to begin shipping an Evo Notebook N200 powered by Intel's Tualatin chip, officials for Compaq said here at TECHXNY.

AMD to fill Intel price gap with dual-processor Athlon

Intent on offering users of dual-processor workstations and entry-level servers a less expensive alternative to Intel's new Foster chip, Advanced Micro Devices plans to ship a dual-processor Athlon chip sometime before the end of the year, according ...

Intel quarterly profits slashed

In the wake of recent lowered earnings reports from prominent high tech companies, microprocessor giant Intel on Tuesday announced that its first-quarter profits tumbled 64 percent from the same time last year.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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