Apple on Monday reported strong quarterly earnings, boosted by record Macintosh computer and iPhone sales.
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Dell on Monday added a new series of blade products to its PowerEdge server line, expanding its presence in a market dominated by rivals IBM and Hewlett-Packard.
IBM boosted its software portfolio for small and medium-size businesses with plans announced Friday to acquire Net Integration Technologies, a software vendor in Markham, Canada.
Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday reported a heavy loss for its fourth quarter, due mostly to charges connected to its acquisition of graphics chip maker, ATI.
Steve Jobs wowed the Macworld audience when he unveiled the slim, ultraportable MacBook Air notebook, but users and analysts say its lack of some important features may make it unattractive to buyers.
In a bid to boost its desktop virtualization portfolio, VMware on Tuesday agreed to acquire application-based virtualization vendor Thinstall.
Dell's retail strategy to distribute PCs is starting to show results, helping extend its lead over Hewlett-Packard (HP) as the largest US PC vendor in the fourth quarter of 2007, according to figures from analyst firms Gartner and IDC.
Plasma screens just keep getting bigger, with Panasonic on Monday showing the prototype of a new 150-inch plasma display, which the company says is the largest flat-panel display in the world.
Intel Monday officially launched Penryn-based dual-core processors for notebooks, but also indicated that users expecting quad-core mobile processors may have to wait until issues surrounding power consumption are resolved.
Dell's efforts to reinvent itself this year through a dramatic break from its direct-sales model, expanded services and new enterprise offerings have shown positive early results, but some users have lingering concerns about supply chain management and support -- long-time issues for the company.
Intel will embed solid-state storage drives in its upcoming platform for ultramobile PCs, aiming to meet increased storage requirements for users on the go.
Toshiba on Monday launched its first tablet PCs with LED screens, taking some thunder away from Dell, which later in the day is expected to launch Latitude XT, its convertible PC with an LED screen.
Dell's much-awaited Latitude XT tablet PC is ready to ship in the US, according to a document posted on the company's web site.
Pinched by microprocessor price wars, Intel and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are trying to move away from competing over prices, to competing on microprocessor features and functionality instead, according to a study released by iSuppli.
Dell Tuesday upgraded its line of workstations, introducing a quad-core system that packs graphics and processing power that the company said is the highest level of performance available on its workstations.