Hewlett-Packard (HP) plans to release business notebook PCs later this year with integrated global broadband wireless connectivity, the company said Tuesday.
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The U.S. state of New York has asked a court to stop a software firm from installing spyware on users' computers.
Commercial computer hardware is the key to building a reliable robot, from faster processors to cheaper flash memory and higher capacity hard drives, according to speakers at a robotics technology conference Friday at the Boston University College of Engineering.
Qualcomm has asked a federal judge in San Diego to freeze the production of wireless chipsets by Broadcom.
Researchers at IBM have taken a large step toward creating nano-scale processors. They have built an electronic integrated circuit by combining conventional silicon technology with a carbon nanotube molecule.
Sun Microsystems has taken another step to leverage open-source design so that developers can create more servers based on its Sparc chip architecture. As expected, the company on Tuesday released the source code for its UltraSparc T1 processor.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) began sales Monday of servers with faster processors, using the latest line of dual-core processors from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
In a response to market pressures in its desktop business, Lenovo Group Thursday announced it would lay off 1,000 employees and move its corporate headquarters from Purchase, New York, to Raleigh, North Carolina.
Hewlett-Packard Co. launched its next generation thin-client computers Wednesday, rolling out the t5720, which uses Advanced Micro Devices chips. HP previously used processors from Transmeta, which no longer makes chips.
Intel will roll out a succession of computing platforms that build on the efficiency gains it achieved with a new family of dual-core processors, company executives announced at their trade show this week.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found a way to extend the power life of mobile computers.
Computer makers are planning to use Intel's next generation of dual-core processors to build smaller, cooler machines. The first of those chips will launch in volume quantities by June, Intel is expected to announce at its Intel Developer Forum trade show in San Francisco this week.
Lenovo Group has launched a series of low-cost PCs, taking aim at the small and medium businesses now dominated by Dell and Hewlett-Packard.
In an effort to grab a bigger slice of the US small-business market, Lenovo Group will launch a line of low-cost desktops and laptops.