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  • News: Intel bids for rebound with quad-core chips

    Intel has launched a family of quad-core processors, hoping to take back its crumbling share of the server market and win users in the trendy gaming PC segment

  • News: Longhorn Beta 3.0 due first half of 2007

    Microsoft will release Beta 3.0 of the next version of Windows Server, code-named Longhorn, in the first half of 2007

  • News: IBM holds lead on Top500 Supercomputers list

    IBM has maintained its lead, and its bragging rights, over rivals in the number of supercomputer systems it operates throughout the world

  • News: 300GB DVD launches next month

    Hitachi Maxell plans to demonstrate a 300GB version of a holographic optical disc this week that will be available to select customers in the entertainment industry beginning next month.

  • News: Son of Adobe India CEO is kidnapped

    The son of the chief executive officer of the Indian operations of Adobe was kidnapped today in Noida near Delhi by two as yet unidentified persons

  • News: Sun open-sources Java under GNU licence

    It's no surprise that Sun Microsystems is making its core Java platform freely available; what is somewhat unexpected is the vendor's choice of open-source licence

  • News: Intel boosts investment in Vietnam plant to $1bn

    Intel has dramatically expanded its investment plans for Vietnam, increasing planned investment in a test and assembly plant from $300m to $1bn, the company said on Friday

  • News: Home users set to snub Vista launch

    Home users set to snub Vista launch

  • News: Apple ships Core 2 Duo MacBooks

    Apple has upgraded its range of MacBooks with Intel Core 2 Duo processors, with the new configurations immediately available across all sales channels.

  • News: Vista delay causes motherboard pile-up

    Sales of motherboards used in desktop PCs continue to decline ahead of the launch of Windows Vista OS, a sign that could foretell bargains for users in coming months

  • News: Windows Vista code released

    Microsoft finally completed work on its Vista client operating system yesterday, and plans to release the code to corporate users this month

  • News: Microsoft to combine Vista with VoIP

    Microsoft is going to ramp up its efforts to supply voice over IP services at the beginning of 2007, with a communications feature in Windows Vista

  • News: IEEE plans safer laptop batteries

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) plans to revise its standard for laptop battery production. The organisation - globally recognised as a standards-setting body - is doing so to "further safeguard the reliability" of batteries used in laptop computers.

  • News: Dell switches to four-core chips

    Dell will begin shipping its first servers and workstations running quad-core Intel processors in a two-socket configuration in the US next week

  • News: OLPC's £75 laptop to ship next week

    Brazil is due to receive the first 50 functional notebooks developed by the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project.

  • News: Microsoft announces Vista price details

    Microsoft has revealed pricing for all except the Enterprise version of its Vista operating system

  • News: Vista cost savings exposed

    As Microsoft prepares to release Windows Vista to manufacturing this week and make it available to corporate users at the end of the month, the debate is ratcheting up over how much money companies could save - if any - by upgrading to the new software.

  • News: Microsoft closes Max photo project

    Microsoft has closed a project to develop a tool, Codename Max, for sharing photos with friends and reading RSS feeds, among other functions

  • News: Microsoft buckles on Vista licensing

    Customer concerns over changes to Windows Vista licensing that would limit a transfer of the licence to only one machine have moved Microsoft to revise its policy

  • News: Microsoft loves Linux

    In a significant acknowledgement of the viability of Linux as a corporate OS, Microsoft has announced a deal with Novell to support Suse Linux on machines that run Windows.


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