Kodak to make inkjet printers

Kodak intends to produce inkjet printers for consumers as part of a corporate overhaul that will focus the company's efforts on digital printing markets, Kodak plans to announce shortly.

(Anti) virus outbreak hits Toronto

Months after the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic paralyzed this picturesque city, Toronto this week opened its arms to a different kind of virus outbreak -- this time of computer virus experts. to help e-buyers with new search subsidiary Inc. will launch a subsidiary called Inc. that will develop technology designed to help consumers search for products online and make better and more informed buying decisions, a spokeswoman for said Thursday.

Microsoft prevails in Office Smart Tag patent suit

Microsoft Corp. has won a patent lawsuit brought against it by Hyperphrase Technologies LLC and Hyperphrase Inc. of Madison, Wisconsin. The case, due to go to trial in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin on Oct. 6, was decid...

Dell downplays PDA opportunities

Despite rapid success in the handheld computing market, Dell Inc. doesn't see a large opportunity in that market over the short term and will continue to focus the majority of its efforts on the servers, storage and networking markets.

Seagate to ship some drives with Lindows

Seagate Technology LLC, the top-ranked manufacturer of hard disk drives, will soon begin offering some models of its Barracuda drive family with the English version of the LindowsOS operating system preinstalled, the company said Tuesday.

Via to ship smallest PC processor

Taiwanese chip vendor Via Technologies Inc. will begin shipping its smallest PC processor and motherboard before the end of the year, according to the company's chief executive officer (CEO).

Intel invests $450M in memory maker Micron

Intel Corp. invested US$450 million in Micron Technology Inc. and said it would team with the memory chip maker to develop next-generation chips that work with future Intel products.

AMD's Athlon 64 seen in short supply

If you're looking to buy a PC based on Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s (AMD's) 64-bit Athlon 64 processor you may have to wait. Despite a high-profile launch Tuesday, the processor is in short supply and volume shipments of PCs based on the chip are no...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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