Applied Materials Inc. said Monday it has developed equipment that allows chip makers to cut the size of chip circuitry in half while increasing chip speed five-fold.
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Sales of interactive games may have taken a slight dip in June but the market is still very buoyant, according to channel research company Inform.
Forgent Networks announced last week that it holds the patent to the JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) image compression technology, for both color and black and white images, and intends to license it to a variety of manufacturers.
The Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) is discussing the possibility of changing the name it gives to 802.11a wireless networking products that it certifies to be compatible.
The shareware developers at the Kanex Group Inc. have released Air Whisper 1.0, a new, "skinnable" MP3 player.
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates sent an e-mail to some Microsoft customers Friday updating them on the company's Trustworthy Computing initiative and reminding them that they too have a significant role to play in securing their computer systems.
Toshiba has added another weapon to its TE series arsenal in the battle against Dell, launching a successor to the TE 2000 notebook, the TE2100.
PC sales declined for the fifth quarter in a row, dashing hopes for a speedy recovery in computer sales, according to data published Thursday by two research companies.
Yahoo Inc. has cleaned up filters used to protect users of its Web-based e-mail service from malicious scripts embedded in HTML-format messages, and in so doing has put an end to one of the strangest of Internet neologisms.
Hampered by continuing weak PC sales and the dominance of its primary rival Intel Corp., chip maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) posted large losses for the second quarter. The losses are the biggest for AMD since the second quarter of 1999.
Computers with an Advanced Micro Devices Inc. processor running Microsoft Corp.'s DirectX 8.1 software may shut down without warning, according to the software giant.
ATI Technologies Inc. has unveiled the Radeon 9700 graphics board, a US$399 gaming monster scheduled to ship in the US in August, sporting 100 million transistors and full support for DirectX 9.
Hitachi Ltd. has announced the commercial launch of its water-cooled notebook PC, a 1.8GHz mobile Pentium 4-based machine which uses a patented Hitachi system to aid heat dissipation.
Microsoft Corp. Thursday said fourth-quarter sales grew from a year ago thanks to increased sales of its Windows and Office software products, but the company wrote off loses due to sour investments, which cut into profits.
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