National Semiconductor has announced it has developed an integrated circuit that squeezes virtually all of the electronics needed for a colour image scanner onto a single silicon chip smaller than a thumbnail
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The US Government in its antitrust case against Microsoft will call Java creator James Gosling to the witness stand next week, shifting the focus of the trial to Microsoft's alleged misuse of Sun's programming language, sources close to the case have revealed
Intel has been alerted to a glitch in some of its desktop motherboards which has left some recent PC buyers unable to boot up their machines, a company spokesman confirmed.
The problem affects Intel's SE 440BX-2 motherboards, which are designed for use with Pentium II-based desktop PC systems, Intel spokesman Robert Manetta said.
Injunction forces Microsoft to alter its products for at least the duration of the trial
A US Government witness due to take the stand today in the antitrust trial against Microsoft argues in a written deposition release that most people view Internet Explorer and Windows as two separate products
Oracle will take you there, promises CEO
More evidence in Sun Microsystems' Java lawsuit against Microsoft was unsealed by a California district court today, paving the way for the judge overseeing the case to make a ruling on Sun's request for a preliminary injunction.
"Next generation Internet" also set in motion
Market set to rocket to almost 11 million units in 1999
AMD's K7 set to go head to head with Intel's Katmai
Intel has sketched out its microprocessor road map, including plans for a new 32-bit microarchitecture which over time will replace the current P6 design on which the Pentium II processor is based.
First picoJava chip may be the last
Motorola says patents violated in "software modems"
Barrett predicts "intensive year for product announcements"
"They said they would never be cowboys," Gosling tells court