Apple has introduced its first computers that run on Intel’s latest processor, six months ahead of the schedule it outlined last year.
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Sun Microsystems will try to convince legions of users who have switched to low-cost Windows and Linux x86 hardware for Web serving to switch back to the company's forthcoming UltraSparc T1 servers.
AMD will introduce a new core design in 2007 that is similar to the core used by the company's Opteron and Athlon 64 processors, said Phil Hester, vice president and chief technology officer at AMD.
Intel's first dual-core Xeon server processor is around 50 percent more powerful than its single-core predecessor, but it will cost around 40 percent more than that chip, company executives said Monday.
PC makers aren't enjoying as much growth as last year, but market researcher IDC says shipments in 2005 should finish well above expectations for the year.
The surprising strength of the PC market this year will not provide PC vendors with a corresponding rise in revenue, according to a forecast released Monday by Gartner Inc.
Sun Microsystems's quarterly revenue continued its decline in the fourth quarter.
Intel has ridden a wave of stronger-than-expected PC demand to post a solid increase in second-quarter revenue and net income.
Intel plans to improve the speed of the front-side bus on its high-end Itanium 2 processor next week, in preparation for the launch of its first dual-core Itanium processors, according to sources familiar with the company's plans.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) updated its slate of consumer notebooks on Tuesday, bringing Advanced Micro Devices' (AMD's) Turion mobile processor to several models ahead of one of the more important PC-buying periods.
Macintosh computers using Intel chips will be on the market by this time next year with all Apple Macs moved over to Intel chips by the end of 2007.
After weeks of leaked details popping up on Web sites, PalmOne Inc. is expected to formally announce the LifeDrive Mobile Manager handheld on Wednesday to solve what it sees as the growing storage problems of digital media users.
Intel has been unable to keep up with demand for Sonoma, its notebook technology introduced in January, according to a company spokesperson.
Researchers from IBM, Sony Computer Entertainment and Toshiba unveiled the long-awaited Cell microprocessor Monday, revealing a multicore, multithreaded gaming engine described as "a supercomputer on a chip."
Intel has announced a massive reorganisation of its operating groups, creating new groups to focus on areas such as the digital home and health care, and shuffling the roles of a number of key executives.