A record breaking three billion people will have used a cell phone this year, according to estimates from a new survey.
Dell has started bundling online storage with new Inspiron and XPS desktops and laptops.
The 29th list of the world’s 500 fastest supercomputers was released today, showing dramatic performance increases throughout. Intel processors are now installed in more than half of all supercomputers officially reported for the ranking.
Some people with lots of time on their hands are offering to be line stand-ins for the Apple iPhone.
Officials at the Los Alamos nuclear-weapons research lab are dealing with two more security breaches.
T-Mobile has launched their Hotspot@Home service which promises unlimited calls through wi-fi switching phones.
Amazon is known for selling books and gadgets, but businesses can now purchase extra computing power and storage from the etailer.
Opinion - The people who have started lining up for the iPhone already now are in serious need of a reality check, says TG Daily’s Mark Raby.
IBM today announced the second generation of its BlueGene supercomputer technology. The system will scale to a performance of 3 PFlops, which more than 10 times the performance than today’s fastest supercomputer in operation.
Over 150,000 Ohio citizens still haven't received their 2006 tax refunds due to a computer glitch, also opening them up to possible identity theft.
A new report by the Communications Workers of America says broadband Internet speeds in the United States are lagging years behind other nations.
Sun has announced a new supercomputer system that promises to leapfrog mere teraflops.
In addition to the $600 needed to purchase the phone, users will need to sign up for a service plan of at least $60 per month.
Round Rock (TX) – Dell has refreshed some of its consumer notebooks and desktops for the second half of the year: Pink, green and yellow Dell computers are coming your way – even with Linux.
Opinion – Last week we posted an article entitled “Analysis: Has Intel found the key to unlock supercomputing powers on the desktop?” in which I discussed several facets of a potential Intel technology without going into too many of the technical details. At the time of our posting, Intel had not yet publicly released the paper describing the technology, which prevented me from going into certain details.
Intel already confirmed that 45 nm processors will be in mass-production by the end of the year, but there have been questions about the actual announcement and availability of these new Penryn core-based processors.