AMD's High-Stakes Wager
The chipmaker capitalizes on advances and bets $2.5 billion on a plant that could help it reach its goal of doubling market share in the x86 market
Telecom On The Go
Aruba upgrades its wireless access points to improve mobility and security for workers in remote locations
Gadgetry's New Glue
Businesses want to communicate without the barriers of proprietary technology and fragmented networks. The industry is starting to listen.
Fast Scans For Fast Times
Laser scanners already are pretty darn fast, and thousands of companies use them in their supply chains to capture bar-code or radio-frequency identification tag information, such as inventory levels.
More Control, Virtually
BMC ups predictive capabilities and brings real-time systems management based on business requirements to virtualized resources.
HP Renews Pledge To Evolve, Not Change
"Here is the big announcement, there isn't going to be one," said Ann Livermore, executive VP of HP's Technology Solutions Group. "We're not going to make any fundamental shift in HP."
Get Storage Smarts
A University of California portal is a clearinghouse for storage education, user groups, research, and more
Maid Service At The Merc
Chicago exchange tries a new storage approach--a massive array of idle disks--for its backup-and-recovery system
The Dawn Of WiMax
Vendors push the earliest incarnations of the technology, calling it pre-WiMax. But it could take years for WiMax to realize its potential.
Best Buy's Spin On RFID
Best Buy is just months away from using tags on some shipments to improve its supply chain and customer service
Apple Introduces Video IPod
Attempting to dominate a market that doesn't really exist yet, Apple also introduced a new desktop that includes built-in video camera and remote control, as well as a new version of iTunes.
Skype Eyes Mobile Workers
he voice-over-IP company's latest deal continues its expansion beyond consumers; with the new setup, users can initiate free VoIP phone calls on their PDAs or laptops.