Intel hedged its second quarter revenue forecast lower on Thursday, citing soft demand for its chip technology in Europe as the cause.
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Kirsti Langstoyl has a data recovery problem that might require a seance to solve. But she'll take a good IT professional with a knack for data recovery.
The Gemini Unified Datamining System (Gemini UDS) from Snowtide Informatics Systems Inc. has been updated to version 1.1.4 adding the ability to export search results as HTML files. Problems introduced by version 1.4 of Sun's Java Runtime have been f...
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) and its hardware partners are taking advantage of the Computex Taipei 2002 exhibition to show off motherboard and chipset support for AMD's upcoming Hammer family of 64-bit processors, with at least one motherboard m...
A small Taiwanese hardware maker is looking to make encrypting your data as easy as pressing the "save" button.
Helios Software GmbH has made available a beta version of a major upgrade to its suite of network and prepress server software with the final version due in September.
Just six weeks after the launch of its education-only eMac, Apple Computer Inc. has done a marketing u-turn launching the product on to the wider consumer market.
It's a safe bet that if it has a processor, someone will try to run Linux on it. Now Taiwanese company Linpus Technologies Inc. has done just that for StrongARM-based PDAs.
Open-source development group Mozilla.org finally unleashed its long-awaited Mozilla 1.0 browser suite Wednesday, after four years of toil and testing.
Two manufacturers of ruggedized notebook computers are changing their strategies, unveiling new models targeted at industrial and commercial users.
Wireless networks are taking the business and consumer worlds by storm, but incompatibilities between emerging standards still cause uneasiness in some users and network administrators looking to make the move to wireless. Network product maker Inter...
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