Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has entered into an agreement with Mendocino Software to resell its RecoveryOne software as part of HP's storage management software lineup, the companies announced Monday at the HP Technology Forum 2005.
Stories by Tom Krazit
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) probably isn't the first company IT managers think of when looking for help securing their networks. But the company hopes to take a more active role in helping its customers secure their systems, and helping the IT industry sort out evolving concepts such as identity management, an HP executive said Monday at the HP Technology Forum 2005 in Orlando.
Portable music players were around before Apple Computer Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs got involved in digital music, but four years after the launch of the first iPod, Apple now owns 75 percent of the MP3 player market. Now that Apple has staked a claim to the portable video market, can the company duplicate its success with music in the vast wasteland of television?
Friday will mark the opening of Advanced Micro Devices's third chip-making factory, Fab 36. The Dresden, Germany, facility is a billion dollar gamble that AMD will be able to keep the factory humming by gaining market share from Intel Corp., but unique technology and creative financing make it a calculated risk.
Apple Computer's fourth quarter of 2005 was the best operating period in the company's history, according to Apple, but financial analysts were expecting even more from the company in yesterday's earnings release.
Intel's first dual-core Xeon server processor is around 50 percent more powerful than its single-core predecessor, but it will cost around 40 percent more than that chip, company executives said Monday.
A US appeals court has refused to consider an additional appeal from Research In Motion in the patent infringement case filed by NTP, NTP announced Friday.
IBM and Mercury Computer Systems plan to ship a blade server using the multicore Cell processor designed exclusively for IBM's BladeCenter rack system, the companies announced Thursday.
Processor designer Arm's latest core design, the Cortex A8 processor, could be the core that allows ARM and its partners to expand their products beyond mobile phones and into the future digital home, company executives said Tuesday.
Ahead of its original plan but still months after the competition, Intel appears ready to launch its dual-core Xeon processors on Oct. 10, according to e-mail invitations sent to journalists by Intel and Hewlett-Packard.
Google and the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) signed a wide-ranging agreement Wednesday to collaborate on future research projects aimed at pooling the computing knowledge of both organizations.
Research in Motion (RIM) has agreed to use Intel's mobile processor, code-named Hermon, in its lineup of BlackBerry devices, the companies announced Tuesday at the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment conference.
IBM is adding faster hot-swappable hard drives and redundant power supplies to its low-end server products for small and medium businesses.
As expected, Palm has unveiled a forthcoming Treo smart phone running Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0. The device will be available in the US early next year.
It was Jan. 5, 2004, Ed Zander's first day at Motorola. The company was plagued by quality issues, financial confusion, and slippery launch dates. Plus, it was well below zero degrees Fahrenheit in Schaumburg, Illinois, a long way from the mild Silicon Valley climate where Zander had spent the last several years.