Intel plans to release a dual-core Atom processor in September, part of a motherboard package that's designed for low-cost desktops, the company said at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
Microsoft has made its Photosynth technology easier to use and opened it up for anyone to create their own images, the company announced Thursday.
Intel plans to launch its six-core Xeon server processor next month, with the extra cores and a larger cache giving the chip a performance advantage over the company's existing quad-core chips.
Vodafone has said excess charges incurred by some of its iPhone 3G customers were the result of a standard billing practice.
The Reserve Bank of Australia’s Payment Systems Board is entering discussions with PayPal and its owner eBay to encourage the payment provider to voluntarily remove the no-surchage and no-steering rules that have come under fire by the ACCC for being...
JB Hi-Fi (ASX:JBH) has reported a 42.7 per cent increase in sales over the past financial year, lifting its full-year revenue to $1.8 billion.
Australia could have a Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) network for the same price as the inferior hybrid node network, according to industry experts.
Thieves got away with $140,000 worth of electrical goods after breaking into Dick Smith’s Powerhouse store in Penrith on Tuesday.
A year after Microsoft released a keypad attachment for Xbox 360 controllers, Sony will do the same for PS3 to combat clunky typing and ready gamers for the text-enabled Home service.
After it was announced that downloadable GTA IV content for Xbox 360 might slip to 2009, Microsoft on Wednesday assured fans that the content would arrive before the end of the year.
According to Sony, the updated PSP "will feature a new LCD screen with a wider color gamut and anti-reflection technology, as well as a built-in microphone to enhance both multi-player gaming and Skype calls." All previous features of the PSP-2000, i...
Two North Carolina parents have allowed their son to drop out of high school to concentrate on playing Guitar Hero full-time.
The quad-core chips that have sat at the top of the microprocessor heap for two years are about to begin to be replaced by their bigger, burlier older brother - the 6-core processor.
Embedded chips will fuel the growth of the Internet in the future, making it available everywhere, an Intel executive said on Tuesday.
When Intel lays out its vision for the future, the chipmaker most often focuses on new uses for its Atom processor, greater mobility and, of course, plans to develop more and more chips.
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