Intel has gone to 'green' extremes to make its brand-new 45-nanometer chip manufacturing plant environmentally friendly.
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One nanotechnology researcher said supercomputers small enough to fit into the palm of your hand are only 10 or 15 years away.
With the launching a new vector supercomputer, NEC executives said they are racing after industry leaders IBM and Cray to recapture a piece of their faded supercomputer glory.
Worldwide PC microprocessor unit sales hit a record high in the third quarter, but revenue is not keeping pace, according to an IDC analyst.
A professor at the University of Massachusetts wasn't just goofing off when he started hooking up one Playstation 3 system after another.
A former system administrator was sentenced Tuesday to 41 months in federal jail and ordered to pay over US$2 million in restitution for a 1996 attack on his former employer's computer network.
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia Monday reinstated the guilty verdict in the case of a former network administrator who had been convicted in May 2000 in the first prosecution of computer sabotage.
Network specialist Russ Schadd wakes up in a cold sweat in the middle of the night worrying about how to protect his $1.5 billion printing company's proprietary information.
Analysts and corporate users are saying the Windows 2000 migration may be the toughest in computer history. They're also warning that you need to begin the work long before the first desktop or server is switched over.
The migration, which may take a year or two in large companies, will begin with a personnel sheet in hand, a training schedule and a drawing of the entire network. The planning work is the most important part of the migration, as well as the most difficult.
Para-Protect, a network security portal in Virginia, reports that 90 per cent of the security breaches its technicians work on are based on attacks from within
A US District Court judge on Friday set aside the guilty verdict in the case of a former network administrator who had been convicted in May on a federal charge of computer sabotage.
A Congressional Commission Thursday presented the House Committee on Science with a road map of recommendations that they say will solve the country's critical shortage of high-tech workers.
Tim Lloyd thought he had committed the perfect electronic crime.