Intel launched its latest family of chipsets amid high fives between workers and several whoops proclaiming "We're back," and promised the resources were aligned to make sure there wouldn't be a repeat of the shortages the company ran into last year.
BigAir has acquired Pacific Internet subsidiary T3 Wireless, absorbing its 779 iBurst customers in a bid to strengthen its retail channel presence.
Via Technologies will introduce a chip later this year that combines most of a computer's components in a single package, according to the company's chief executive.
PC enthusiasts hoping to see faster memory chips in the near future will have to wait until around the middle of next year, because that's when Intel plans to add support for double data rate, third generation (DDR3) to its chipsets.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has recalled more than half a million digital cameras, citing the risk of a fire hazard from an overheated battery.
Faced with slipping market share for its microprocessors, Intel has decided to increase its investment in NOR flash memory chips, as published reports suggest it will sell off two of its communications processor families.
Security vendors have warned of a flaw that affects an unusually broad cross-section of browsers -- Internet Explorer, Firefox and the Mozilla suite on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X -- and could be used to hoover up files from vulnerable systems.
Companies are reinvesting in technology and salaries are rising in all sectors, according to the 2006 Hays Salary survey released last week.
Jobs advertised in the IT&T sector rose 2.86% in May with software development, desktop support and sales leading the way, according to the latest Olivier Job Index.
Microsoft has launched Australia.NET, a new .Net industry cluster that will serve as an umbrella group for its corresponding state underlings.
Home-recording enthusiasts and consumers looking for a quick way to get into music creation on their PCs have yet another application to check out: Session, from Avid Technology's M-Audio unit.
Google's test release Tuesday of an online spreadsheet application is the highest-profile challenge yet to Microsoft's dominant Office software franchise. But it's hardly the first.
Four Australian IT developers have turned their love for security software into music.
A New Hampshire man has agreed to pay US$2,000 to settle charges that he misused Microsoft's name to trick consumers into buying ineffective antispyware products, using Google's AdWords program.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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My first impression after unboxing the Q702 is that it is a nice looking unit. Styling is somewhat minimalist but very effective. The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.
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