Intel is gearing up for its next-generation micro-processors. And we hear that Intel may be much closer to be releasing its 45 nm processors, code-named "Penryn", to production than we previously thought: Expect reviews and benchmarks of Penryn to surface early in Q3 of this year. Extra: Slideshow
Scientists working on the bigger, better and most importantly faster Internet 2 have achieved a new world speed record.
Microsoft has made its upcoming Windows Server, dubbed “Longhorn” available for beta testers. Anyone with a Microsoft Live ID can download Longhorn Beta 3 and try out some of the new features like the read-only domain controller and PowerShell.
Acer has joined the long list of computer manufacturers to announce a voluntary recall of Sony made lithium-ion notebook batteries.
Meeting its scheduled Q1 2007 launch, Hitachi announced that it has begun shipping the Deskstar 7K1000, the company's first commercially available 1 TB hard disk drive.
A consortium of companies including Nokia, LG, Samsung, Sony and MasterCard are to turn cell phones into mobile wallets, allowing consumers to pay for goods and services simply by swiping their phone as they would a credit card
Internet security specialist Sophos has released a report on the rise of malware in the first quarter of 2007.
Avid Technology today shed light on the latest version of its consumer video editing software, Pinnacle Studio 11.
Research in Motion is working on an emulator to make Windows Mobile based devices, such as the Palm Treo, work like a Blackberry.
SiS has announced that its SiS671FX chipset is to be used in the new Fujitsu T671ME-FJ motherboard which recently entered mass production.
Time Warner Cable struck a deal with Spanish start-up FON that will enable its high-speed Internet customers to turn their Road Runner broadband connections into public wireless hotspots.
New software from Research in Motion (RIM) will enable all BlackBerry wireless applications to run on smartphones from rival handset makers.
The good old Amiga system is could be resurfacing soon. Amiga and ACK Software Controls announced that the two firms are working on two new computers, one targeting a price point of $500 and another that will be aiming to attract performance-focused users and a budget of about $1500.
VoIP technology has proven to be the key market enabler for cable telephony services and subscriber growth, reports In-Stat.