The world's largest chip maker is working with Google on the Chrome operating system and has been privy to the project for some time, a spokesman for the company said.
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The world's largest chip maker is working with Google on the Chrome operating system and has been privy to the project for some time, a spokesman for the company said Friday.
Google is already working with several companies to develop devices around the new Chrome OS, including Hewlett-Packard and Acer, the company said in a blog post late Wednesday.
The second quarter on US exchanges officially ended on June 30 with technology stocks leading all others. The question is, after a strong second quarter run, where do they go from here? Some analysts predict a dip in coming months as people avoid buying new PCs, opting instead to wait until late October when they can buy computers with Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 7.
Google's Android mobile phone software worked well on mini-laptops at the Computex Taipei 2009 electronics show and, backed by the strong Google brand, the mobile OS may be headed for prime time, two Gartner analysts say.
A Taiwanese research group has turned to RRAM (Resistive-RAM) as the latest possible Holy Grail of memory chips, one that can replace both DRAM and NAND flash memory.
Research In Motion Limited (RIM) stock soared in after-market trading after the company posted solid financial results and said it sold its 50 millionth BlackBerry smartphone.
Hewlett-Packard became the biggest customer worldwide for Intel last year, surpassing Dell.
Micro-Star International (MSI) plans to sell a laptop in its X-Slim series with a high powered Pentium chip to better compete against Apple's ultra-thin MacBook Air.
In a move to avert a meltdown among one its five major DRAM makers, Taiwan on Tuesday announced plans to help them both technologically and financially.
Kodak axed its financial guidance for the rest of this year due to continued economic weakness and currency changes, becoming the latest company to report deteriorating conditions in the global economy.
A company owned jointly by Intel and Micron has started mass producing NAND flash memory chips using tiny 34-nanometer technology.
Display screen technology developer Mary Lou Jepsen is working at her new start-up to create laptop PCs so energy-efficient they'll be able to run on a standard laptop battery for 20 to 40 hours before needing a recharge.
A federal judge in Seattle has ordered Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to testify in a class action lawsuit against Microsoft that alleges the company misled consumers in a marketing campaign for its Windows Vista operating system in which computers sold with an older Microsoft OS were labeled 'Vista Capable' when in fact they could only run a basic version of Vista.
Asian LCD makers fined by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) expressed regret over the price-fixing schemes that led to US$585 million in fines.