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  • News: Laptop battery life boosted by 40 percent

    Laptop users may soon get longer battery life from their machines, with ZPower set to plug in its new silver-zinc batteries, which it claims last significantly longer than traditional lithium-ion batteries.

  • News: New Eee PC to help Asus double shipments

    Asus expects to nearly double shipments of its Eee PC laptop in the second quarter, compared to the first, following the launch of the Eee PC 900 with a 8.9in screen.

  • News: Computex 2008 will generate $50bn tech sales

    The Computex Taipei 2008 tradeshow this week announced that orders for computer and communications hardware placed at the event are expected to hit $20bn this year.

  • News: New delay for Windows XP SP3

    The full release of Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) has been put on hold, with Microsoft blaming a "compatibility issue"

  • News: Laptop demand to reach new level in 2008

    Strong demand has convinced the world's largest laptop maker to raise its shipment target for 2008 to over 40 million machines.

  • News: Lib Dems: Free Wi-Fi can tackle Boris & Ken

    Londoners may be given access to free Wi-Fi connections in public spaces around the capital.

  • News: Vista blamed for poor Microsoft revenues

    Microsoft revealed last week that revenues from its Windows business were down nearly 24 percent during the first three months of the year compared with the same period in 2007, and one analyst claims Windows Vista is to blame.

  • News: Dell to continue selling Windows XP

    PC Advisor's sister title Infoworld says Dell has confirmed that it will sell and support Windows XP to consumers beyond Microsoft's June 30 sales cut-off date.

  • News: Microsoft denies extension for Windows XP

    Microsoft said there's no plan to reconsider the June 30 deadline to stop selling most new Windows XP licences, despite comments from CEO Steve Ballmer suggesting the opposite

  • News: Windows Vista sales hit 140m

    Microsoft said the number of Windows Vista licences sold has hit 140 million. The announcement was made during the company's fiscal third-quarter earnings call.

  • News: Sun buys chip developer Montalvo

    Sun Microsystems acquired microprocessor startup Montalvo Systems for an undisclosed sum, the company confirmed on Thursday.

  • News: Vista Ultimate users left disappointed

    Microsoft Vista Ultimate users have been left sorely disappointed at the latest release of extras.

  • News: Evesham stops selling PCs

    Troubled computer manufacturer Evesham Technology has stopped taking orders for PCs.

  • News: AMD releases three new triple-core Phenoms

    AMD has released three new triple-core Phenom processors. The Phenom X3 chips fill out AMD's family of X86 triple-cores, as the new X3 8450, the X3 8650 and the X3 8750 join the Phenom X3 8000 that was unveiled in early March.

  • News: Stec revives 1in hard drive market

    Stec has released details of its first 1in solid-state-drive suitable for ultra-mobile PCs, blade servers and small portable devices. Expected to go into production in May, the 32GB Mach4 NAND memory drive features four independent flash channels offering read times of 90MB per second (MBps) and write speeds of 55MBps.

  • News: Inside details of 'Vista Capable' lawsuit could go public

    Microsoft's attempt to reverse a lower court's ruling in the ongoing 'Vista Capable' lawsuit has been denied by an appeals court, a decision that means the case can resume

  • News: Windows XP SP3: Your questions answered

    Microsoft has finished work on Windows XP SP3 and made it widely available. Read our FAQ for the full low-down on XP's final Service Pack.

  • News: Major Intel price cuts hit AMD

    Intel has launched a major price offensive to face off rival AMD, cutting the price of some of its processors by 50 percent. Around a dozen Intel chips are affected by the price cuts.

  • News: Asus to open up on Eee PC's Linux strategy

    Asustek Computer plans to share its experience with open-source software in its popular Eee PC low-cost laptop at the OpenTechSummit Taiwan 2008, which runs from April 25 to 29, the company said.

  • News: 10in Eee PC 900 coming later this year

    Asus has announced that it is hoping to recreate the success of the 8.9in Eee PC 900, with a version that features a 10in screen.



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