Microsoft's rival to the universal Flash media format, Silverlight, is now officially available, marking the beginning of what could be a heated Web video format war.
A new study casts one of the most negative lights on cell phone usage, claiming that just 10 minutes of chatting can lead to cancer.
Intel is gearing up to launch its Xeon 7300 processor, the last piece of its Core micro-architecture strategy. It's a critical product that is designed to attack AMD in a market that is still dominated by the green team. But Intel believes that is going to change.
A new study published by the Leuven School for Mass Communication Research at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium indicates that cellphone users after "bedtime" may have long-term effects on sleep time.
China says it has never hacked into sensitive files in the Pentagon computer database, despite a recent report that claims otherwise.
Opera today released an alpha version of its Kestrel browser, officially named Opera 9.5. Besides a few new features, the new browser renders webpages substantially faster than than preceding version.
Apple is on track to exceed its shipment goal for its iPhone, a report released by iSuppli suggests.
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Santa Clara (CA) - Last week, Intel released eight technical papers providing details about its Tera-scale project. TG Daily had an opportunity to discuss the technology with Jerry Bautista, director of technology management at Intel. Could Tera-scale become the x86 killer?
Berlin (Germany) – Sandisk said that it will be offering NAND flash-based solid state disk (SSD) drives for the low-cost PC market.
Santa Clara (CA) - In a world dominated by multi-thread desires, and often single-thread limitations, hardware advancements can make the biggest difference in performance. AMD has released a new extension for x86 hoping to address at least part of that. Dubbed SSE5, this newest generation adds power to the x86 by introducing not only a whole new instruction class, but also powerful multiply-accumulate instructions as well. Both of these advancements should deliver notable savings in compute time.
JVC today said that it has developed the first single-sided dual layer DVD-RW disc.