LG Electronics is adding wireless capabilities to its upcoming TVs and also moving to bring users bring more high-definition entertainment options.
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Brazilian PC maker Positivo Informatica on Thursday said it had rejected Lenovo's offer to acquire the company, but that it was open to entering an alliance with Lenovo.
Next month, Intel will show off its next-generation Classmate laptop, which includes a touch screen and new features that make it easier for students to use.
Intel on Friday said it is inviting programmers to develop programs that can take advantage of the parallel computing capabilities on its future multicore processors.
Softening demand for a wide range of products has taken its toll on the worldwide semiconductor industry, which recorded an estimated revenue decline of US$12 billion for 2008 compared to last year, Gartner said in a study released on Friday.
Lenovo is in talks to acquire PC makers, a sign that it is taking advantage of a stagnant market to expand its worldwide presence.
Intel on Sunday detailed advances in an emerging field of technology that it said will boost optical communication speeds, allowing for faster data transfers between devices.
Samsung Electronics is upgrading its memory technology and manufacturing processes, which could lead to price drops for solid-state drives (SSDs) that are becoming more widely used in laptops.
Seagate on Wednesday said it has fixed a bug affecting some Seagate Barracuda hard drives that caused applications to pause.
If a laptop is lost, now there is a new way to remotely shut it down -- just text it.
Advanced Micro Devices could bring DDR3 memory support to Phenom II desktops earlier than it had projected, the company said on Monday.
Dell's revenue and net income dropped in its third quarter as the company tries to cope with a global IT spending slowdown and less demand for its products.
Samsung Electronics has started mass production of 256 GB solid-state drives, which could make their way into laptops in a few months, the company has announced.
A standards group on Monday released specifications for a new Universal Serial Bus standard that could speed up data transfers between computers and devices such as digital cameras and flash drives.
PC makers on Monday launched desktops that incorporate the latest technologies to work alongside Intel's new Core i7 chips, which have received praise for their speedy performance.