Hewlett-Packard plans to offer solid-state drives (SSDs) as an option in all professional series laptop PCs starting this month because the drives operate faster, conserve battery life and are more durable than hard disk drives.
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Oracle has agreed to acquire Netsure Telecom, a provider of network intelligence and network data integrity software. It plans to add Netsure's products to its communications applications suite.
Microsoft Vista has been relegated to waterboy status at the 2008 Olympic Games, while wireless networking won’t even play a supporting role in Beijing.
The price tag for IT and communications at the world's biggest sporting event will run to around US$400 million and use the expertise of thousands of IT managers and engineers.
A U.S. congressional committee plans to investigate whether or not Yahoo lied during testimony over its role in a human rights case in China that sent journalist Shi Tao to jail for 10 years.
Acer Inc. has filed a patent counterclaim against rival Hewlett-Packard Co. as part of its response to two HP lawsuits.
LG Electronics has filed a lawsuit against the world's largest contract manufacturer of laptop PCs over the infringement of four patents related to DVD (digital video disc) technology, the company said Wednesday.
Microsoft will have sold over 1 million Zune players by the end of June, which the company considers a good but not earth-shattering performance for the product.
The world’s largest contract chip manufacturer is part of a group of companies exploring the use of 18-inch (450 mm) silicon wafers to drive down chip costs, but the technology faces a major hurdle: nobody can afford to build an 18-inch wafer factory.
Just six months after saying Acer laptop PC users would not need to replace any batteries amid a massive global recall, a company subsidiary announced a recall for 27,000 batteries in the U.S.
Asustek Computer Inc. plans to launch a series of low-cost PCs later this year aimed at developing nations, a company representative confirmed on Monday.
Hardware makers in the PC industry have been working towards making the lives of IT managers easier in recent years by ensuring machines can be diagnosed and fixed more easily, especially in times of crisis.
The world's largest PC vendor has filed suit against its fastest growing rival, alleging the infringement of five patents.
Dell Inc. has launched a new low-cost desktop PC aimed at grabbing market share in China. Instead of Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows Vista OS, it runs Windows XP.
Bill Gates sold over 20 million shares of Microsoft stock last month, with just around 2 million of the shares affected by global stock market turmoil.