Intel will release it's first quad-core processor for laptops next month, rounding out a broad update to its mobile computing platform.
Intel will soon release a version of its Centrino 2 chip package for laptops that takes up less space, opening the door to more ultra-thin laptop designs like Apple's MacBook Air.
Nearly one in four US businesses block employee access to social networking Web sites such as Facebook and MySpace,according to a survey of about 200 human resources professionals.
Intel recorded strong earnings in the second quarter of 2008 despite a drop in the average selling price of its chips.
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Lenovo will start including SSDs (solid-state drives) as a storage option in more laptops to meet increasing user demand, a company official said.
The chain of command of a cybercrime gang is not unlike the Mafia, an evolution that shows how online crime is becoming a broad, well-organized endeavor.
Selling the tools used by spammers is easy money, at least until you get caught. Just ask Adam Sweaney, a man charged with computer fraud who took the stand at the sentencing hearing in Seattle for Robert Soloway, the so-called spam king.
Citrix Systems has announced Project Kensho, a set of tools that will allow virtual environments to be more independent of hypervisors.
The government of Mauritius is negotiating with Advanced Micro Devices Inc. for the provision of low-cost personal computers.
The open source Open-Xchange e-mail and groupware server just got easier to deploy on various popular flavors of Linux.
Network-attached storage vendor OnStor is releasing Cougar, the third generation of its clustered NAS gateway that connects to storage devices from multiple vendors and uses a VMware-like virtualization technology that improves flexibility.
Lycos has released a new Web-publishing tool based on Google's OpenSocial API that allows users to create Web sites that take advantage of social networks, the company said Tuesday.
Seeking to bolster Flash and AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) application development, Adobe is working on "Gumbo," the next version of the Flex platform.
Two classes of tape storage are jumping to higher densities this week, potentially saving time and money at enterprises as well as small and medium-size businesses.
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