Battery Boasts USB Rechargeability
The batteries, which recharge by plugging into a USB port, are already for sale in the United Kingdom and will be available soon in the United States.
Quad-Core Processor Forecast
Here's a quick guide to help you sort through the blizzard of CPU information spewing forth from Intel and AMD as they preview their respective quad-core plans.
A look at emerging technology that's disruptive--and that isn't.
In Depth: The Transformation Of EMC
Best known as a storage hardware vendor, EMC has spent more than $7 billion to become more of a software and services company. Is the strategy working?
'We Are A Company In Transition,' Says HP's Hurd
Hurd has identified three big growth areas: commercial printing and managing networks of printers, data center automation, and selling more laptops and handheld computers paired with better data security software.
It's No Game: IBM Uses PlayStation Chip For New Supercomputer
IBM is working with Los Alamos to install the first phase of the latest supercomputer, dubbed Roadrunner, by next month. The hybrid machine will get a speed boost enabling it to break the petaflop barrier when the Cell processors are added to AMD's Opteron technology.
AMD Taps Into Sun Utility Grid
Sun will also let software vendors list their applications, then create connection points to allow potential customers to access the Sun grid compute resources to run the specific applications.
Intel Announces vPro Business PC Platform Availability
PCs built on vPro will offer a 50% increase in performance on base-level office applications and as much as twice the performance for processor-intensive applications compared to the existing Intel 2005 Professional Business Platform.