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...
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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.
Sega Corp., Japan's leading arcade game maker, announced plans Friday to make a motherboard for arcade game machines based on Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox games console.
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.
With just over a month left before it makes its first foray into the home game console business, Microsoft Corp. has added the support of three Japanese computer game makers to its Xbox plans.
Sony Corp. unveiled a new lineup of its Vaio PCs carrying Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system at Vaio Forum 2001 in Tokyo on Friday. The company is pursuing its strategy of making Vaio more entertaining and networkable with the inclusion of...
Hewlett-Packard Co. will begin phasing out off-the-shelf CD-RW (CD-rewriteable) drives as the company begins a shift toward more expensive and possibly more lucrative recordable DVD drives.
Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it will not decertify MCSEs (Microsoft-certified systems engineers) for Windows NT 4.0 or below who do not upgrade to Windows 2000 by Dec. 31, as was announced more than a year ago by the Redmond, Wash., company.
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