Advanced Micro Devices Tuesday unveiled three new quad-core Phenom X4 processors, including a high-end Black Edition chip.
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Lenovo this week unveiled its first entry into the U.S. consumer desktop PC market.
Global PC shipments were healthy in the first quarter despite an ailing U.S. economy, according to iSuppli research.
As the number of PCs in use around the world passed the one billion mark, a research firm is estimating that the total will double in just another six years.
English researchers have developed a robot that can not only create 3-D replicas of objects like shoes and door handles - it also can replicate itself.
Advanced Micro Devices Monday unveiled a new graphics chip designed to be less power hungry than its predecessors by allowing it to be doubled up on high-end graphics cards.
Intel laid out its vision of the future with a show-and-tell that focused on multi-core chips, cars with cameras and brains, and robots that use electromagnetic fields to sense touch.
Acer is looking to be part of what the company hopes will be a hot new market - the mini laptop.
Advanced Micro Devices Wednesday ramped up its competition with rival Intel by unveiling its first processor platform designed specifically for laptops.
The market for hardware that can run mobile Internet devices heated up considerably Monday with the unveiling of Nvidia's Tegra family of processors, whose models contain chips for multiple functions.
Despite sluggish revenue from memory devices, worldwide semiconductor sales in April jumped nearly 6 percent in April, coming in at US$21.2 billion.
With the 2008 Olympic Games only a few months away, Lenovo Group Ltd. is gearing up for a three-day trial of the hardware infrastructure it's set up in Beijing for the events.
After watching the market's giants move into its territory, Via Technologies Inc. Thursday began moving to push back against the likes of Intel Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. with five new processors.
The Radio Frequency Identification business should see double-digit growth over the next several years, leading to a US$9.7 billion market by 2013, according to an analyst firm.
Dell this week vowed that its desktops and laptops will be using 25% less energy by 2010.
To help facilitate channel partners, AWS, in collaboration with Westcon-Comstor, offers a comprehensive channel partner program, the Amazon Partner Network (APN).