Judge Throws Out Investors Suit Against Intel
A U.S. District judge in San Jose granted the chipmaker's motion to dismiss, saying plaintiffs hadn't shown company officials knowingly misled investors about products or revenues in 2000.
Unisys Debuts Mainframe
The ClearPath Plus Libra 185 is designed to let users take advantage of emerging trends such as Web services and utility-based computing.
Review: Tablet PCs
Do you need a $2,000 writing pad? InformationWeek's John Foley says tablet PCs are worth the money for those who do a lot of note-taking.
The Farmer In Dell
CEO Michael Dell has cultivated a company and a culture that are delivering profits when the rest of the industry struggles to stay even. And his company is gaining in enterprise servers, storage, services, networking, printers, and PDAs. Read our exclusive Q&A with Dell about Dell.
Veritas Scores A Victory
The storage-management software vendor reports the highest revenue in its history in the second quarter.
Kodak To Ax Up To 6,000 Jobs
The world's largest photography company blames the cuts on a sluggish economy and the rapid growth of digital picture-taking.
Dell Votes To Shrink Name
Shareholders voted to alter the company's name from Dell Computer to Dell to reflect its broader range of technologies and services.
Unisys Thrives On Government Sales
The hardware and services vendor posted second-quarter gains in revenue and net income, thanks to strong sales to the federal government.
EMC's 2Q Profits Rise
The storage vendor made $82 million in the quarter as revenue grew 7% to $1.48 billion.
As Profit Soars, Intel Celebrates 35 Years
On the day it reported that second-quarter profit doubled from a year earlier, the chipmaker marked a milestone by burying a time capsule containing cutting-edge Intel products of today, company paraphernalia, and items from various Intel facilities.
New All-In-One PC Option
Pelham Sloane expects flat-panel desktop computers to gain popularity as tech spending increases
Tablet PCs On Parole
Georgia parole officers didn't take to laptops, so the state is trying tablet PCs to collect more-accurate data from the field
Dell Launches Recycling Program
The computer maker will charge as little as $49 to dispose of computers safely, without dumping hazardous materials in landfills.
Companies are turning to new tools to maximize their server resources