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  • News: Everex 'Eee PC-killer' may use Diamondville chip

    Everex is refreshing its Cloudbook line of ultraportable, Linux-based laptops with redesigned models that may eventually include low-power Intel Diamondville processors, bigger screens and more storage.

  • News: Four 'critical' Office patches coming next week

    Four security updates to patch every supported version of the Microsoft's Office business suite will be released in next week's Patch Tuesday series of downloads. All four updates will be labelled 'critical', the company's highest threat ranking.

  • News: OLPC to become 'more like Microsoft'

    The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project wants to be as efficient as a commercial organisation, and to that end is searching for a new CEO and reorganising departments, the non-profit organisation's chairman has announced.

  • News: Microsoft offers Vista Ultimate 'Exclusives'

    Microsoft has launched a beta version of a new site to promote its Windows Vista Ultimate OS. UltimatePC offers discounted third-party products - including graphics cards and video-editing software - and tips on using the OS.

  • News: Delay for Windows Vista Ultimate SP1

    Windows Vista Ultimate Service Pack 1 (SP1) will be initially available only to users who have installed certain language packs, Microsoft has revealed.

  • News: Stolen laptop holds details of 238 children

    Telford and Wrekin Primary Care Trust (PCT) has confirmed that a laptop holding personal details of more than 200 children was stolen from the Madeley Health Centre.

  • News: Sony, Dell & HP products top Greenpeace study

    A Sony Ericsson mobile phone, a Sony laptop and PCs from Dell and HP came top of their categories in a study of green electronics devices conducted by Greenpeace. There's little cause for celebration, though, as they only scored around half marks, leaving plenty of room for improvement.

  • News: Windows PCs open to FireWire hack

    Attackers can quickly compromise Windows PCs via a FireWire port, according to a security researcher who has published a software tool to enable the hack.

  • News: Samsung: laptops to get 256GB SSDs next year

    Samsung said 256GB solid-state drives (SSDs) could become available next year, quadrupling the capacity of SSDs it is currently shipping to PC makers.

  • News: Samsung helps push towards 1TB laptops

    Samsung has launched a 500GB hard drive that could provide a laptop with as much as 1TB of storage.

  • News: AMD 780 chipset integrates ATI Radeon core

    AMD took a step closer to the introduction of its upcoming Cartwheel and Puma chip packages with the introduction of its 780 series chipset at the Cebit exhibition in Hanover.

  • News: Video: New Asus Eee PC has larger screen

    Asus is showing off a new version of its low-cost Eee PC which features a larger screen.

  • News: Cebit: Ballmer predicts new IT revolution

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer predicts that increasing processing power, storage space and the availability of wireless broadband will lead to the first IT revolution in seven years.

  • News: Video: Samsung's new laptops and printers

    Samsung said at the Cebit trade show that it hopes it can extend its leading position in the computer monitor market into the printer and laptop PC sectors this year.

  • News: XP support will live past Vista's death

    Windows XP is an operating system that has lived past its prime, and Microsoft isn't about to pull the plug on it any time soon.

  • News: Dell slams Microsoft over Windows Vista launch

    A leaked Dell presentation accused Microsoft of making late changes to Windows Vista which forced key hardware partners to "limp out with issues" when the OS launched last year

  • News: Vista price cut won't attract 'bewildered' users

    If Microsoft thought a lower price for Windows Vista was what the operating system needed to kickstart sales, it should have thought twice, an analyst said today.

  • News: Dell goes green and joins The Climate Group

    Dell has enforced its commitment to being an energy efficient and carbon neutral company by joining The Climate Group. Dell is the first computer company to have joined the global non-profit organisation that works with business and government leaders to address climate change and accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy.

  • News: Intel planning dual-core Diamondville

    Intel is planning a dual-core version of its low-power Diamondville processor, according to a source familiar with Intel's plans.

  • News: Stolen Home Office laptop bought on eBay

    Police are investigating the discovery of a stolen Home Office laptop and confidential encrypted data disk in a Bolton computer repair shop.

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