Sony has promised to share the cost of a massive battery recall announced by Dell after a series of notebook PCs burst into flames.
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AMD has released a new version of its Opteron processor, the popular server chip that has made AMD a serious competitor of rival, Intel.
Twenty-five years ago this week, IBM began selling its version of a new business tool called the PC, ushering in a new era of personal computing.
Sun Microsystems has announced a new family of external storage arrays to compete with HP and IBM for midrange business customers.
IBM launched an entry-level storage product Tuesday to compete with Hewlett-Packard (HP) and EMC for customers in the small and medium business (SMB) sector.
IBM said Tuesday it will add two blades and three rack servers to its family of computers powered by processors from Advanced Micro Devices.
In an effort to compete with Sun Microsystems and Hewlett-Packard, IBM is expected to announce Tuesday it will expand its line of servers powered by chips from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is set to launch its "Rev. F" dual-core Opteron chip on Aug. 15, defending its turf in the server market against Intel.
Sun Microsystems has posted a loss of $US301 million for the fourth quarter, blaming restructuring costs from a tumultuous period of layoffs and plant closings.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) will launch a family of networked storage products in September to compete with EMC for small and medium-size business customers.
Dell and Hewlett-Packard (HP) hope to gain millions of dollars in government contracts now that they have listed dozens of their desktops, laptops and monitors in a database of environmentally sustainable IT products, the companies said Friday.
Growing demand for its Opteron server chips pushed Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) to greater second quarter profits, but the company failed to meet financial analyst expectations.
A day after posting its second quarter of weak earnings, chip-making giant Intel announced Thursday it would shuffle top managers to new positions.
Reeling from recent layoffs and a slowdown in the growth of worldwide PC sales, Intel has posted profits of $US885 million for the second quarter, less than half of the $US2 billion it earned in the same period last year.
Led by strong performance in its software business, IBM on Tuesday posted second quarter profits up nine percent from last year.