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Intel acknowledged Monday that at least one counterfeit version of its Core i7-920 processor made its may into the U.S. market, and said it's trying to determine how many more are out there.
Advanced Micro Devices took another step towards the release of its Fusion family of microprocessors, with the announcement it's extending an existing partner program to include channel partners that primarily sell to businesses, instead of consumers.
Intel is using cash incentives to lure mobile software developers to its AppUp Center application store, hoping to spur the development of new applications for netbooks with Atom microprocessors inside.
Samsung Electronics has named a new CEO as the company undertakes a major reorganisation intended to improve its competitiveness.
China was a bright spot for Hewlett-Packard during the company's fiscal fourth quarter, with overall sales in the country up 20 percent over the previous year. But the company's Personal Systems Group, which sells PCs, performed even better.
Yamaha has developed a prototype speaker that's made of cloth and just 1 millimetre thick.
Dell will pay US$4 million to settle charges of fraudulent and deceptive business practices brought against the company by New York's Office of the Attorney General.
YouTube is in talks with Hollywood movie studios to offer streaming movie rentals, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Spending on plants and equipment used to make semiconductors will likely rise 64 percent next year, with more than half of all spending coming from six chip makers. But 2010 spending will remain far below 2008 levels, an industry group said.
Shipments of graphics chips surged during the second quarter, bucking seasonal trends as hardware makers gear up for an expected uptick in PC sales.
The worst effects of the economic slowdown may be over for Asia's PC market, but Dell is struggling to keep up.
A bug discovered in the latest version of Firefox is not exploitable, Mozilla said on Sunday, responding to reports of another vulnerability in the browser.
Contract manufacturer Flextronics has opened a research and design centre for laptop computers in Taiwan, aiming to tap into the island's pool of engineering talent.
Oracle plans to stay in the hardware business following its planned US$7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems, CEO Larry Ellison has said, adding more detail to earlier statements made by the company.