Asustek lands widescreen notebook order from Dell, says paper

Dell has expanded the relationship with its new notebook contract supplier Asustek Computer, by adding a 14.1" widescreen notebook order to its existing orders for 2007, according to the Chinese-language Commercial Times .

AT&T privacy policy overreaches, lawyers say

A recent change to AT&T's privacy policy for broadband and video users is overbroad and likely will leave the courts or Congress to decide whether the company's practices are standard or sinister, legal experts said this week.

EMC buys RSA for $2.1 billion

Data storage specialist EMC has agreed to acquire digital security company RSA Security for slightly less than $2.1 billion.

Jobs seeks no compensation at Disney

Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs has requested that Walt Disney not compensated him for his new role as a member of Disney's board of directors.

Google seeks to dismiss free speech lawsuit

Web search results can make or break a business. Companies pay big bucks to make it to the top of Yahoo! or Google. But one company is so disappointed with its position in the listings that it is taking Google to court.

Brisk sales of Apple MacBooks boost shipments for Asustek

Sales of Apple Computer's Intel Core Duo-based MacBook laptops have been stronger than expected, boosting monthly shipments of 13.3" MacBooks from Taiwan-based Asustek Computer to about 120,000 units in June, up from about 100,000 units when the company started shipping the new computers in April, according to sources at Taiwan-based notebook makers.

Supa Technology and FIC developing GPS markets in Europe and US

Supa Technology and First International Computer (FIC), relative newcomers in the GPS industry, are actively developing the GPS market in Europe and the US, with major clients currently including European and US domestic brands.

Sparkle declares RoHS compliance

Taiwan-based graphics card specialist Sparkle Computer has revealed a list of products, which it claims are all compliant with the European Union's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) legislation.