Sprint is apparently preparing Nokia's N800 compact Internet device N800 to be available with support for Wimax next year.
Chicago (IL) – AMD today sent out emails inviting analysts, media and industry representatives to what the company calls "the most anticipated premiere of 2007".
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Open-source operating system developer Linspire today announced the availability of Freespire 2.0, a Linux OS based on Ubuntu distribution.
Palm has announced two important components for its upcoming PDA extension device "Foleo". Wind River will be the open standard Linux platform for the device and LogMeIn will provide a fee-based service for the device to access a PC over the Internet.
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Apple has just unveiled iLife '08, the company's catch-all software suite for entertainment applications.
Numerous PC testers claim they have received an early build of Microsoft's first Service Pack addition to Windows Vista.
“Oh look, I got a MySpace.” While other attendees at the Defcon security convention were soaking in the atmosphere, a dedicated group of hackers were soaking in their data.
Wireless security researchers are probably reaching for the digital Pepto-Bismol after they slurped down gigabytes of valuable traffic at the recently completed Defcon security convention in Las Vegas.
Sun today announced the UltraSparc T2, previously code-named Niagara 2, successor of the UltraSparc T1. Sun claims that the CPU will be the "world's highest performing microprocessor" that can run an operating system on each of its 64 supported threads.
Lenovo said that it will be offering its Thinkpad notebooks with Linux as well related support for the operating system.
AMD has introduced two new Opteron processors with higher clock speeds and has dropped the power consumption of the preceding flagship models with 3.0 GHz.