Adding spark to its Sun Fire line on servers, Sun Microsystems is expected to announce its first x86-based quad-core systems.
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Intel will ramp up performance and energy efficiency in its microprocessors by using a 32-nanometer process technology, starting in 2009.
As mobile devices get more power-hungry, innovative gadgets are supplementing the needy hardware. The portable Xantrex Technology. PowerSource Mobile 100 battery recharges laptops, portable music players and handheld devices on the run. While not as mobile, SplashPower uses electromagnetic technology to wirelessly recharge mobile devices. Meanwhile, an example of a new portable device that uses a lot of juice is Archos's Archos 604 portable media player, which displays DVD-quality video on its small screen and doubles up as a digital video recorder. A time-saver is Primera Technology's Bravo SE Disc Publisher, which automatically burns and prints up to 20 CDs or DVDs in one device.
Microsoft's hardware division is developing a slim wireless keyboard that will make it easier for users to access Windows Live services and features in its Windows Vista OS.
Mercury Interactive restated earnings for 2002 to 2004, with a trio of board members facing possible civil enforcement proceedings, the company said Monday.
OpenOffice.org is warning users of security vulnerabilities that can crash the OpenOffice.org productivity software and give malicious hackers access to full system resources.
In an effort to clean up room clutter, Microsoft announced a wireless keyboard that combines a remote control, keyboard and mouse pointer all in one device, according to the company.
Multiple vendors have lined up to support a new platform that will allow users to run applications off of portable USB (Universal Serial Bus) drives.
Consumer electronics maker BenQ has showed off a new mobile phone with 802.11b wireless networking capabilities and an integrated 1.3-megapixel digital camera with zoom and flash.
Logitech Monday introduced a new version of its digital pen, which can digitize handwritten text, featuring increased storage capacity and improved handwriting recognition capabilities, according to the company.
A 19-year-old pleaded guilty in a Minnesota federal court on Wednesday to spreading the W32.Blaster-B worm over the Internet.
A Linux-based handheld supporting enterprise applications and databases started shipping Thursday from Sharp, the company said.
Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. reported first quarter 2003 pro forma earnings Thursday that beat analyst expectations, citing lowered costs and increased U.S. and international sales.
Quantum and Storage Technology (StorageTek) exchanged patent infringement lawsuits Tuesday, accusing each other of manufacturing tape drive products that infringe on the other's patented technologies.
EMC Tuesday augmented its storage resource management (SRM) software portfolio by announcing the acquisition of privately-held Astrum Software for an undisclosed sum.