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  • News: nVidia writes off $196m on bad laptop chips

    nVidia has written off a warranty charge to cover the cost of fixing bad graphics chips used in laptops.

  • News: New Dell Latitude laptop has 19-hour battery life

    Dell has announced a series of Latitude laptops, including its lightest ultramobile commercial laptop yet and a larger system that the company claimed provides 19 hours of battery life.

  • News: Students' laptop and software buying guide

    With the back-to-school rush in full swing, there's plenty of choice when it comes to purchasing a new laptop. We've looked at the different types of machine on the market to help decide exactly what suits your needs

  • News: Macs and MacBooks to defy PC downturn

    The growing popularity of Apple's Mac computers will help the company outgrow competitors in the PC industry, despite a downturn in computer sales, according to an analyst at Credit Suisse.

  • News: VIA 'stunned' by belated reports of chipset exit

    VIA Technologies may not have released a third-party chipset in over two years but that didn't stop the technology media from jumping on the story Monday, reporting the company had left the third-party chipset business.

  • News: Lenovo launches quad-core ThinkPad W700

    Lenovo has launched a new model in its ThinkPad laptop line featuring a quad-core processor and a built-in tablet-style image digitiser.

  • News: AMD wary of growing 'mini laptop' shipments

    AMD has no immediate plans to release a processor designed for low-cost laptops, also known as netbooks, saying it's not yet clear whether growing shipments of these devices will cannibalise sales of mainstream laptops.

  • News: Asus announces high-end Eee PC S101

    Asus has launched a new addition to its Eee PC range.

  • News: Intel fixes two CPU vulnerabilities

    Intel has fixed two critical bugs in its chips, according to a Russian researcher who plans to demonstrate how he could take advantage of the flaws.

  • News: Intel to provide Core i7 details next week

    Consumer laptops and desktops could get faster and more power-efficient when Intel releases chips built around its new Nehalem microarchitecture in the second half of 2009.

  • News: World Technology Update, August 08 2008

    Cars that sense when your about to have a collision, new laptop rules at US borders and we take Toyota’s robotic transporter for a spin. All that news and more on this week's World Tech Update.

  • LapRest laptop accessory

    With wireless networking finally fulfilling its promise in the home, more and more people are connecting to the web from the couch. But over prolonged periods, many men find this to be less comfortable than sitting at a desk, according to LapRest.

  • News: Analyst: New MacBook and iPods planned

    New iPods and a new laptop model could be on the way at an Apple special event in September, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.

  • News: Seven 'critical' Microsoft patches coming next week

    Next week's 'Patch Tuesday' roundup of Microsoft updates will deliver 12 security fixes to plug critical vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player.

  • News: IBM reconfigures Lotus Foundations for Linux

    IBM has reconfigured its Lotus Foundations software, which includes Lotus Notes, Sametime and Symphony, to preload on Linux distributions like Red Hat, Ubuntu and Novell's Suse Linux.

  • News: Dell hits carbon neutral target

    Computer giant Dell claims it has hit its Carbon Neutrality target five months ahead of schedule.

  • News: Multi-touch HP laptops coming in 18 months

    Multi-touch laptops from HP could be available within 18 months, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

  • News: Asus confirms Wii-style Eee Stick controllers

    Asus has confirmed that it will launch its own Nintendo Wii-style gaming controllers, and ship them with some models in its Eee PC line.

  • News: Microsoft & Samsung speed up SSDs on Vista

    Samsung is working with software makers to boost solid-state disk (SSD) performance on operating systems, and has revealed it's in talks with Microsoft to improve the performance of the technology on Windows.

  • News: Intel Centrino 2 launches

    Intel's Centrino platform has received its first major update since it was launched in 2003. The Centrino 2 platform combines a Core 2 Duo processor runing between 2.26GHz and 3.06GHz, a graphics chipset capable of handling high-definition graphics and a wireless chipset.

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