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posted in January 2007
Atheros' first Bluetooth product is a single chip that will work with the company's wireless LAN products.
The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration puts two IBM supercomputers online, while a German scientific institute puts in an order for one of its own.
Continuous data technologies, wide area data services, virtual tape libraries, and capacity optimized storage are expected to take off before the end of 2010.
The first step will be to build a research lab to develop data protection and remote disaster recovery products.
The lithium-ion battery is safer than earlier batteries and can recharge to 80% of capacity in 30 minutes, the company claims.
The judge granted the motion to dismiss all state charges -- identity theft, conspiracy, fraud, and illegal use of computer data -- against Bryan Wagner.
A new study from the Gabriel Consulting Group shows that use of Unix, particularly in high-end systems, is on the rise in the enterprise.
The new ThinkCentre A55 is 64% smaller than Lenovo's traditional desktop tower.
Customers are the real winners, as battle for sales and bragging rights delivers faster and cheaper processors.
The company introduces two new thin clients and upgraded features for its blade PC architecture.
A former executive adds a countersuit against the company after he claims HP snooped into his phone records while he was ordered to keep tabs on Dell's printer business.
The memory circuit has enough capacity to store the Declaration of Independence and still have space left over.
Customers benefit from faster and cheaper processors as the two chip companies engage in a costly battle for sales and bragging rights.
AMD unveiled the Mobile AMD Sempron processor model 3500+ and the AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core mobile technology model TL-52.
The StorCenter Pro servers offer 1 and 2 terabytes of storage and hot-swap capability.
The chipmaker will begin to identify which Intel-based laptops have the next-generation wireless component.
HP forms a new server and storage software unit designed to help customers manage, virtualize, and automate their IT systems.
HP says it recycled more than 164 million pounds of hardware and HP print cartridges worldwide in its 2006 fiscal year.
Analysts predict a great year for job hunters... and don't be surprised if you unlock your front door with a thumb print scanner.
More than half of the municipalities in one Pennsylvania county are sharing criminal and investigative information on a shared database.
The big question is how -- and how soon -- the software industry will step up and produce applications that can take advantage of all those cores.
ISuppli reports that consumers wishing for a cheaper device should have hope. There's plenty of room to lower the cost, and the market may demand it.
While HP saw great sales gains in 2006, Dell managed to hang on to the top position for the overall year.
The Penryn line of processors will have dual-core and quad-core versions, but an Intel technologist would not dismiss the idea of an eight-core chip, as well.
HP's new chip architecture may breathe life into Moore's Law, as well as help sustain rapid-fire growth in the tech industry, according to analysts.
Jeffrey Brett Goodin, 45, was found guilty of sending thousands of e-mails that appeared to be from AOL's billing department, prompting users to reply with personal and credit card information.
The new tools and technologies are designed to increase the speed and efficiency of data transfer across blade servers and networks.
Intel says the research prototype chip, which will take five to eight years to bring to market, uses less than 100 watts of power and has teraflop performance.
Mainframes still have a stronghold in the United States and are becoming more popular in emerging markets like China, India, and South America, according to a new report.
AMD issued a release warning that its fourth-quarter results would come in below expectations. Analysts say too much chip inventory and its price war with Intel are to blame.
After seeing the iPhone, once-happy owners of Treos and BlackBerrys are viewing their phones with some disdain and longing for the June release of Apple's new device.
People who haven't wanted to bother with downloading movies from iTunes and watching them on their iPods or computers just may be swept into the age of the streaming movie or TV show.
Apple's CEO Steve Jobs introduces the iPhone, which he says is an iPod, a mobile phone, and an Internet communication device.
The device has a 40-GB hard drive and an Intel processor. Jobs says it will change the way people watch digital media.
Despite best intentions, people do bad things to their computers. An Apple guru offers four basic but important tips on protecting data, your machine, and your sanity.
Intel is reaching out to the consumer market with the release of its Core 2 Quad processor for PCs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today.
The company is reaching further into the consumer market with platforms for a notebook, as well as home cinema and home media servers.
Former systems administrator, charged with planting a logic bomb on prescription manager's network, pleads not guilty in federal court
Apple is expected to update its line of desktops and laptops, and the speculation is that one will feature an 8-core system.
Analysts agree that now is the time for Apple to open up about Leopard, the next commercial release of its operating system.
Macworld Expo is the tops when it comes to rumor generation. Will there be a phone, a video and TV player, a new operating system, something unexpected? Whatever happens, analysts say it better be big.
A New Jersey man is charged with computer fraud for allegedly writing and planting malicious code that could have crippled a network that maintained customer health care information. A co-worker found the logic bomb on the system before it went off.
At the Consumer Electronics Show next week, Samsung will show off a double-sided LCD screen that's designed to show the same or entirely different images on each side.
The ModBook was developed by hardware manufacturer Axiotron and Other World Computing, a Mac product manufacturer and reseller.
WIBU-Systems is offering $40,000 to the first hacker who can remove its anti-piracy software from an application. Challenge registration starts at MacWorld next week.
"Access to affordable, high-speed broadband is just as important in today's economy as access to a paved road, to a telephone line, or to reliable electricity," the governor said.
Consumer purchases of electronics such as digital cameras helped fuel increased chip sales this past November, pushing global sales up 11.3% over the same period the year before.
CIOs say they expect improved business conditions three quarters from now.