Advanced Micro Devices is jumping into the mini-notebook space, delivering processors starting in 2009 for small laptops that can run basic applications like Web surfing and e-mail, the company said Thursday.
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One Laptop Per Child has confirmed it will start selling the XO laptop through Amazon.com.
Intel on Sunday launched a home health care device that helps patients manage chronic conditions and connect with their doctors.
Nvidia plans to ship its new Tegra system-on-a-chip for mobile devices by the middle of next year, the company's CEO said on Thursday.
Dell will add a new wireless option to future laptops by installing radio chips that provide connectivity over the unused US television spectrum known as white spaces.
The use of Intel's Atom chip in sub-notebooks could undercut sales of its higher-end chips, analysts said on Tuesday.
Intel will launch the next-generation Nehalem processor on Nov. 17, the company revealed Wednesday.
IBM on Monday said it had invented technology that could reduce power consumption and speed up performance of processors used in PCs, servers and other devices.
Hewlett-Packard has introduced ultraportable laptops that can easily switch between wireless 3G broadband networks and withstand harsh environmental conditions.
Advanced Micro Devices plans to deliver a new server platform in the first half of 2009, the company announced on Friday, with the platform revolving around a new chipset.
Dell this week announced a series of Latitude laptops, including its lightest ultramobile commercial laptop yet and a larger system that the company claimed provides 19 hours of battery life.
Samsung isn't just pushing the envelope in storage capacity of SSDs (solid-state drives), it is also working with software makers to boost SSD performance on operating systems.
Players in the solid-state drive industry need to unite and establish an umbrella organization that establishes standards that define the technology, like its performance, a Sun Microsystems executive said on Monday.
IBM on Tuesday said it wants to free desktops from Microsoft software, announcing an alliance with Linux vendors to preload its middleware on Linux distributions.
Dell may be trying to grab control of a term that could define technology infrastructure for years to come.