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Two manufacturers of ruggedized notebook computers are changing their strategies, unveiling new models targeted at industrial and commercial users.
Open-source development group Mozilla.org finally unleashed its long-awaited Mozilla 1.0 browser suite Wednesday, after four years of toil and testing.
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...
A computer science graduate student claims to have cracked the security system in Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox game console, potentially allowing users to run software of their choice on the device.
Intel Corp. and several partners are ramping up chipsets designed to optimize the company's upcoming Itanium 2 64-bit processor.
Via Technologies Inc. unveiled the Envy24HT audio chip at the Computex trade show in Taipei yesterday, offering top notch quality, truly immersive surround sound and extensive expansion capability.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) will finish its planned 15,000 layoffs by the end of its 2003 fiscal year, with 10,000 of those layoffs completed by November of 2002, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Carly Fiorina said Tuesday in her opening addre...
IBM Corp. and Hitachi Ltd. have reached a final agreement to combine their hard disk drive (HDD) units into a new company majority owned by Hitachi, the two companies announced Tuesday.
Last week, four separate Linux vendors announced their intent to work together to create a single distribution named UnitedLinux. The companies, Caldera, Conectiva, SuSE, and Turbolinux, are all very popular within their distinct geographical areas, ...
After an almost four month delay over licensing terms of the MPEG-4 technology, Apple Computer Inc. announced the first public release of its QuickTime 6 multimedia player and QuickTime Broadcaster software Tuesday.
Via Technologies Inc. has launched a 1GHz version of its C3 processor, unveiling the chip at the Computex Taipei 2002 exhibition.
IBM Corp.'s new Thinkpad notebooks and NetVista desktops announced Tuesday are targeted at smaller companies and organizations, the company said, as enterprise PC spending remains flat, and PC vendors look for new revenue sources.
Sony Corp. plans to release a new generation of its Memory Stick Duo flash memory card in July, the company announced at its second annual Memory Stick Partners Forum in Tokyo Monday.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.