After a frenetic couple of days racing from meeting to meeting at the annual E3 Expo trade show and free-for-all in Los Angeles earlier this month, I'm still exhausted. But there was a lot of interesting stuff to see, and thousands of gamers flooded ...
Japan will begin research in June to build a supercomputer capable of crunching numbers about 30 times faster than IBM's Blue Gene/ L, the world's current fastest supercomputer, the Japanese government said Tuesday.
Advanced Micro Devices launched its dual-core Athlon 64 processor at the Computex trade show in Taipei on Tuesday.
Three, and possibly four, new versions of the Bagle e-mail worm were spreading quickly on the Internet Tuesday, Internet security firms reported.
Microsoft's relentless march into the communication technology arena could spell changes for telcos and businesses seeking connective services, according to one IT industry analyst.
Samsung Electronics has started producing its first NAND flash memory chips on an advanced process, a move that will help lower the cost of memory cards for consumers in time for the year-end shopping season, according to an analyst.
BenQ is preparing a new range of optical disc-based portable storage products with plans to introduce the first in the line in September, it said on Monday.
German chip maker Infineon Technologies has moved quickly to offer what the company claims is the world's first chipset that is fully compliant with the new high-speed DSL (digital subscriber line) standard approved on Friday.
Spam may be a global problem but it's hurting users in developing countries more than their counterparts in industrialized nations, according to a new report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
Gartner raised its forecast for global semiconductor industry revenue growth for several reasons, including signs of stronger than expected sales of personal computers and mobile phones, a researcher at the company said Monday.
The European Commission, the antitrust regulator of the European Union, will decide whether to fine Microsoft up to 5 percent of its daily global turnover in "several weeks" starting from June 1, it said on Monday.
Industry hype surrounding Microsoft's decision to go with IBM's Power processors over Intel for its next generation Xbox, won't translate into Windows for Power servers in the near future, despite a pledge by IBM to support the operating system.
The federal government's consumer affairs advisory council is developing best practice guidelines for online shopping and e-commerce sites.
Hoping to take a larger share of the global market for computer processors, Via Technologies announced on Friday that its latest chip, the C7, will soon go into mass production.
Japan's public broadcaster showed off some bleeding-edge display technologies on Thursday that could one day lead to flexible TVs that roll up and slip in the pocket, and to smaller high resolution plasma displays than are available today.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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