Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) slashed chip prices for the second time in as many weeks on Sunday, the same day archrival Intel chose to cut the prices on some of its chips by up to 54 percent.
Taking a path already traveled by several other Japanese companies, Toshiba announced corporate-wide restructuring plans Monday that will see it focus on strong business sectors at the expense of unprofitable divisions and thousands of jobs.
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On the eve of Intel's 2-GHz Pentium 4 launch Monday, the folks at AMD are eager to make one point: Megahertz isn't everything.
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Seiko Instruments and Nike are putting some of the latest LCD (liquid crystal display) technology to use in a new watch the two companies have jointly developed.
Microsoft has officially announced the pricing for its Windows XP operating system, the day after online retailer Amazon.com for the second time mistakenly listed the prices for the highly anticipated software.
A new script that can severely limit user access to infected systems is spreading slowly worldwide, antivirus companies said Friday.
Intel Corp. is discontinuing the credit card-sized Rex organizer, a product it acquired when it took over Xircom Inc. in January, Intel confirmed Thursday.
Gateway Inc. plans to launch a new high-end notebook on Monday based on Intel Corp.'s latest mobile processor, the Pentium III processor-M, Gateway officials said this week.
As Internet titans Microsoft Corp. and America Online Inc. (AOL) go head-on in their battle over market share, a report released Thursday by Gartner Inc. indicates that Microsoft has the advantage in at least one key respect -- consumer trust.
With less than a month to go before its new game console hits shelves in Japan, Nintendo Co. Ltd. unveiled Thursday more details about the Gamecube console, its launch plans and the software that will be available to consumers buying the new system.
Next week's Intel Corp. Developer Forum in San Jose will spotlight some of the coming year's hot technologies, including server blades, the new Pentium 4 processor - and Itanium, Intel's 64-bit processor packed with more power and memory.
Microsoft Corp., whose Web server and security products have been stung recently by a series of high-profile flaws, released a new security tool Thursday, the second time in as many weeks the company has done so.
Foxtel is offering its tech-savvy audience personalised information through an SMS and e-mail marketing tool, in an effort to drive ratings and subscriptions to its youth music television network, channel [V].
Australian businesses may be eagerly trying their hands at online commerce, but many are locking out the potential of reaching a true global audience because they are not properly dealing with languages other than English.
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