Intel is contributing to global warming, the company admitted Thursday. Not the bad kind, though. Two employees at Intel Russia have erected what may be the world's most northerly Wi-Fi hotspot 130 kilometers from the North Pole.
Growing losses from its Spansion flash memory business have resulted in a second consecutive quarterly net loss at Advanced Micro Devices.
Some 4000 ISP customers were left broadband-less today after a partnership between two telco providers turned nasty, and public.
Apple Computer on Wednesday reported record quarterly earnings and revenue on significant increases in Macintosh computer and iPod digital media player shipments.
Intel is procuring NAND flash memory from third-party suppliers to include in its chip packages, a company executive said Tuesday, a sign of how the chip maker is struggling to adapt to shifting demand patterns in the flash memory market.
Toshiba is working towards doubling the storage capacity of its 0.85-inch hard-disk drive, it said Wednesday.
Seagate Technology is developing a perpendicular recording technology for hard disk drives and intends to be one of the first companies to use it in its products, the company said Wednesday.
Online music company MusicNet has been sold to the private equity company Baker Capital for an undisclosed amount, it said Wednesday.
Sensis is expanding its online search capabilities to include Trading Post ads by the end of this month.
A court is blocking Microsoft from using a networking feature planned for the future operating system code-named Longhorn and a service pack for Windows Server 2003 that had been scheduled to come out last year, according to a company suing Microsoft...
Google on Wednesday launched a program that lets its users worldwide store their digital videos at the Google Video service.
Microsoft is investigating a possible unpatched flaw in its Office software suite that could allow hackers to remotely access users' systems, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Forty years after he coined the most famous law in computing, Gordon Moore still has a few words of advice for the industry.
PalmOne is expected Wednesday to release an update to its most popular handheld with the introduction of the Tungsten E2.
Microsoft later this month plans to release a second beta version of Windows Server 2003 R2, an update to Windows Server that the vendor plans to ship in the fourth quarter of this year.
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