AMD chief technology officer Phil Hester has resigned to search for new opportunities.
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IBM is developing a type of memory that it says could one day be faster and more reliable than today's hard drives and flash memory.
Intel on Tuesday reported that its first-quarter net income fell 12 per cent year-over-year, although revenue was in line with analyst expectations.
Details of the first few processors belonging to Intel's latest Centrino 2 mobile platform have been leaked on a PC maker's Web site, preempting Intel's official launch of the platform at the middle of this year.
EMC has agreed to buy Iomega for US$213 million in cash, expanding EMC's reach into the fast-growing consumer and small business markets, the companies announced Tuesday.
Advanced Micro Devices on Monday said it plans to lay off 10 percent of its work force by the third quarter of 2008 in an effort to cut costs.
In an attempt to improve computer performance, Sun Microsystems is working on technology to let chips communicate using lasers instead of electricity.
Michael Dell this week reaffirmed plans to reduce Dell's headcount by 8,800, but also said the layoffs may exceed that number in an effort to further cut costs.
After causing controversy for charging US$49.99 to remove trial software from hard disks of new laptops, Sony has backtracked from imposing the fee on customers.
Dell is primed to enter the mobile-phone arena with a smartphone, but it will need an Apple iPhone killer to really make a dent in the market, analysts said.
Dell on Monday launched single-socket servers for small and medium-size businesses, replenishing its overhauled PowerEdge line of servers.
IBM and Hitachi have announced a research agreement in which they will collaborate to improve semiconductor technology, including shrinking the features on silicon chips.
Hewlett-Packard Monday offered a peek into future printing technologies, introducing a new inkjet printer that prints thousands of pages per minute and ink that retains its shine even when exposed to extreme elements.
The One Laptop Per Child Project wants to be as efficient as a commercial organisation, and to that end is searching for a new CEO and reorganising departments, says the nonprofit organisation's chairman.
Intel on Wednesday confirmed that it would ship the six-core Xeon processor in the second half of this year, putting to rest rumors about the processor's actual ship date.