The Bundestag, Germany's lower house of parliament, is exploring whether to ditch Microsoft Corp.'s Windows in favor of the open-source Linux operating system, partly due to security concerns.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. on Monday extended its new True Performance Initiative branding strategy to a set of Athlon MP (multiprocessor) chips for workstations and servers.
To deliver Web services as part of its .Net initiative, Microsoft Corp. released version 7.0 of its MSN Web portal Monday and said it will launch a broadband version of its MSN Internet service to reach 90 percent of U.S. broadband users within three...
Intel Corp. is fooling the industry with a challenge to developers to create applications for its multi-gigahertz processors and is merely creating demand for its products that wouldn't exist were it not for the company's hype, said Glenn Henry, pres...
Reflecting the public's insatiable hunger for news following the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S., the most-visited sites on the Web last month were news sites, according to a report released Monday by Jupiter Media Metrix Inc.
Via Technologies Inc. will begin volume shipments of its own line of motherboards -- to be sold under the Via brand -- this month, according to Wenchi Chen, the company's chief executive officer (CEO) and president. The move is meant to spur adoption...
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. has developed a rewritable optical disc with a capacity of 50G bytes, the company announced Monday.
Undeterred by a sluggish economy and slumping PC sales, Intel Corp. is unveiled 12 new mobile processors Monday--including its fastest, which hits 1.2 GHz. Also new is an improved mobile chip set with integrated graphics that Intel says will rival so...
Dell Computer Corp. on Monday launched its first notebook with snap-on covers, allowing users to change the look of both the cover of the notebook and the palm rest.
Handspring Inc. unveiled a new line of products Monday that is designed to integrate phone capabilities and PDA (personal digital assistant) functionality.
Transmeta Corp. Monday announced at the Microprocessor Forum the Crusoe TM6000 processor, the company's first system-on-chip designed for embedded devices and the ultra-dense server market.
Microsoft Corp. will change the advertising slogan for the Windows XP operating system from "Prepare to Fly" to "Yes You Can" because of the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. that involved hijacked airplanes, the company confirmed Friday.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Friday to approve new antiterrorism legislation that gives U.S. law enforcement agencies expanded rights to snoop on electronic and voice communications.
Chip giant Intel Corp. will continue its trend of preaching about "more than gigahertz" at the Microprocessor Forum in San Jose, which begins Monday.s the embargo, the embargo will be considered irrelevant.
IBM Corp. unveiled an ultra-low power chip Friday that it said will reduce power consumption in battery-operated portable consumer electronic devices and improve power efficiency, both in active and standby modes.
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