Windows 7 Upgrade Chaos Looms
Businesses that plan on skipping Vista to move directly from XP to Windows 7 could face application-compatibility headaches.
Linux Headed For More PCs Than Windows
Think Windows is hot? HP, Lenovo, Asustek, and other PC makers are developing computers that can give people access to basic functions, such as e-mail and Web browsing, in less than 30 seconds.
First Look: Microsoft's Windows 7
Screen shots of the Vista successor, which was distributed as a beta at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles.
Review: HTC G1 Android Phone
T-Mobile is expected to sell nearly half a million Google phones by year end. Does the first Android smartphone live up to the hype?
Windows 7 Beta Due In Early 2009
Microsoft says the next version of its franchise OS will feature improved compatibility and will be more user friendly than Vista.
AMD, Intel Biggest Winners In Hot GPU Market
For desktop GPUs, Intel increased its first-place position in the third quarter to a 43.9% share, while Nvidia slipped to 32.6% and AMD climbed to 20.3%, one market researcher found.
Can Microsoft Innovate In A Web-Centric World?
For all its dominance, the company needs to find a way to prove to the public that it is indeed a masterful game-changer and part of that may come from shifting the way it invents itself.
HP Unveils Thin Client, Blade Workstation
The thin client is based on an AMD dual-core processor and an ATI Radeon integrated graphics card, while the workstation can be configured with one or two Intel Xeon processors and Nvidia graphics.