MIT researchers have developed technology that they say not only will make the Internet 100 to 1,000 times faster, but also could make high-speed data access a lot cheaper.
As PC makers expand their lines to include 3D laptops, analysts say these offerings are likely to interest mostly gamers, with broad adoption stymied by a dearth of content, hardware limitations and hefty prices.
Hewlett-Packard on Thursday finalized its acquisition of Palm and confirmed it will use the company's WebOS in future tablets and netbooks.
Supercomputers that mix CPUs with graphics processors made their mark on the Green500 list of top energy-efficient supercomputers released on Wednesday.
Toshiba will sell a modified version of Intel's Classmate convertible laptop in Japan, the company said Thursday.
More than half a million Sony laptops sold this year contain a software bug that could lead them to overheat, the company said Wednesday.
The Russian ring charged this week with spying on the United States faced some of the common <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2010/032610-5-great-open-source-desktop-security.html?fsrc=netflash-rss ">security problems</a> that plague many co...
Red Hat has come up with an interesting sales pitch that seems to benefit rival Microsoft as much as Red Hat.
Pareto Networks is making its debut this week with enterprise cloud services that streamline the setup of networking and related security services in corporate branch offices.
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Cisco got into the tablet market Wednesday by launching its Cisco Cius, a mobile tablet computer that is specifically designed for enterprise users.
Intel Corp. is creating a new research lab dedicated to helping scientists figure out how people will use computers in the future.
Samsung announced a new netbook model today in the N230.
That Jeff Lebowski was one cool dude.
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