Quad-cores for all – Intel’s price cut

Intel’s not-so-secret price cut has been officially announced.

Fujitsu announces fingerprint security for Windows

In an online world dominated by endless user names, passwords and answers to security questions, the idea of simple yet effective security has not been perfected yet. Fujitsu Microelectronics has introduced a fingerprint kit which takes a big step in the right direction: it works in Windows and it's easy to integrate.

iPhone gets security concern with Safari browser

A recently unearthed security hole in the iPhone's web browser would allow hackers to gain remote access to an infected iPhone.

AMD to launch X2 6400+ desktop processor

Nvidia schedules three MCP 78-based chipsets for November

LG to launch HD DVD plus BD hybrid drive in Q3, say Taiwan makers

Nearly 100% of 10-inch-and-smaller LCD panels using LED backlight

Hackers hit Virgin America website

iPod and iPhone causing flash memory shortage – report

Brisk sales of Apple’s iPhone and iPod are fueling a worldwide shortage in flash memory chips according to a new report issued by DRAMeXchange.

Microsoft delays Vista SP1

Can anyone get the connected home right?

Analyst Opinion - We’ve been trying to make the idea of the connected home work for decades.  I can recall shortly after Disneyland opened they had a showcase home of the future which stayed in place from 1957 to 1967.  It was kind of funny was when it was torn down: It was so well built the wrecking ball just bounced off the walls, kind of a super hero house.

Intel prices its first 45nm processor at $999, to hit the market in Q4

Nokia launches GPS service

Samsung 50nm 1Gb DDR2 gains Intel validation

Sprint and Clearwire partner up on WiMax

OCZ introduces 1800 MHz DDR3 modules

Sunnyvale (CA) – OCZ Technology has introduced one of the fastest DDR3 memory modules on the market.  It’s new PC3-14400 Platinum edition runs at 1800 MHz and promises to have “ample overclocking capability”, according to OCZ.

Toshiba recalls thousands of Sony-made laptop batteries

Former spammer spills the beans

Kanguru hops out with environmentally friendly external hard drives

Millis (MA) - Kanguru announced today that it has released its new line of Eco Drive external hard drives, calling them the most environmentally friendly option available.The Eco Drive has a tiered system of power reduction.  After three seconds of inactivity, it goes into "idle mode", which takes the operating level down to 80%.  After three minutes, it automatically moves into "standby mode", in which the drive only operates at around 10% - 20% of normal consumption.

Novatel intros 7.2 Mb/s HSUPA mobile modem