SanDisk will begin shipping by the end of June a SD (Secure Digital) card that combines 256M bytes of memory and a wireless LAN adapter, the company said Monday.
Two Christchurch, New Zealand, academics have completed a Mac OS X port of Gyro, a project to extend Microsoft Corp.'s .Net development tools, with the help of Microsoft funding.
Iomega has unveiled a new entry-level network attached storage (NAS) device designed to work with both conventional advanced technology attachment (ATA) drives and the Rev removable hard drives that it began shipping earlier this year.
Thieves will get a worthless haul if they break into, or damage the cash box of new wireless ATMs.
One of the most comprehensive refreshes of Intel architecture will start rolling out in the coming months. The PCI Express bus will replace current I/O interfaces, such as PCI for device interconnects and AGP8X for graphics, on all servers, workstati...
Samsung Electronics has introduced a 46-inch flat-panel LCD TV at the Home Entertainment Show in New York, claiming that it is the largest such set to hit the consumer market to date.
A team of open-source developers has released software which emulates the PowerPC processor architecture and enables users to run Mac OS and some Unix OSes on PCs powered by Intel x86-architecture processors.
An all-64-bit-computing world just took a significant step forward, and your upgrade path to that world just got a lot less risky. Why? Intel's new Xeons and future Prescott-based CPUs will support the same 64-bit software as AMD's existing Athlon 64...
Worldwide PC shipments are set to bound 13.6 percent this year over last, driven by a Y2K replacement cycle and the loosening of corporate purse strings amid signs of economic growth, Gartner said Thursday.
After suffering a year of badly eroded customer confidence caused by scam e-mails linked to ghosted bank Web sites, the financial industry has swallowed its pride and slipped into bed with police to fight online fraud.
Apple Computer has created two product development teams organized around its most prominent products, the Macintosh computer and the iPod music player, a company spokesman confirmed Thursday.
All Computers filed a patent lawsuit against Intel Thursday claiming that Intel's Pentium II processor infringed upon a circuit design patented by the company.
Via Technologies provided a glimpse on Tuesday of features that will be offered with the company's upcoming next-generation processor core, called Esther.
Seagate Technology is preparing a major revamp of its disk drives, and is expected to introduce smaller physical and larger capacity drives in keeping with the rest of the market.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee would like to see the global content network he helped develop turn into a giant transactional database.
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