If the One Laptop Project keeps its promises, the small green US$100 laptop could very well revolutionise teaching in developing nations. Computerworld Denmark asked Jan Soelberg, an expert from the school of education at the University of Aarhus, to...
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Intel will update its Centrino laptop package in January with a new processor and better graphics.
Hewlett-Packard plans to offer solid-state drives (SSDs) as an option in all professional series laptop PCs starting from next month because the drives operate faster, conserve battery life and are more durable than hard disk drives.
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Intel will detail its future Moorestown platform for ultramobile PCs this week, even though the chips won't be available until 2009.
Intel plans to show ultramobile PC devices based on its upcoming Menlow chip platform running Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) and the Ubuntu Linux distribution at the Intel Developer Forum this week.
Cisco Systems's highly publicised cooperation with Microsoft on unified communications will focus on sharing presence information as well as on voice mail, Web conferencing and other areas, a Cisco executive said.
Acer's planned US$710 million acquisition of U.S. PC vendor Gateway won antitrust approval in the U.S. as the clock struck midnight Monday, Gateway said.
Prince has a right to protect his copyright, but he may be doing himself a disservice in suing Internet services such as You-Tube, says the Australian Digital Alliance (ADA).
IBM's move to develop its own suite of productivity applications to compete with Microsoft's Office software is part of a larger war the two companies are waging in the market for employee collaboration applications.
Microsoft has begun shipping Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, which it said will allow companies to use a single tool to monitor, analyse and plan business operations.
New user profile features are set to be added to Digg.com Wednesday, marking the first in a series of new social networking capabilities that will be added to the site. Officials said the new capabilities will let Digg.com users better interact and s...
Google is testing a new interactive ad format to give advertisers new ways to reach users online.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has made new higher-resolution images and maps of the moon as well as multimedia content available on Google's Moon Web site.
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