ASML ships volume production system for semiconductors as small as 36.5 nm

Sprint offers social mapping on mobile phones

Sprint has partnered up with Mountain View-based Loopt to offer friend tracking services on upcoming GPS-equipped phones.

iPhone partially unlocked

The fine geeks over at the iPhone Dev Wiki have claimed partial success in unlocking the Apple iPhone.

Voodoo announces Core 2 Extreme notebook

Calgary (Canada) – VoodooPC is offering a new performance notebook equipped with Intel’s Core 2 Extreme X7800 processor and up to 600 GB of hard disk space.      

Intel to shrink Penryn for SFF

Fujitsu introduces LifeBook U1010 UMPC

RIM intros its first dual-mode Wi-Fi smartphone

Fight bots with Symantec’s Norton AntiBot

Symantec has released its AntiBot software to help computer users stop and delete unwanted Trojan Horse programs.

Intel preps DP server boards for 45 nm arrival

There are 68 iPhone bugs

OCZ announces 1600 MHz DDR3 enthusiast memory

Security firm warns against iPhone’s web dialer

Security researchers at SPI Dynamics say the Apple iPhone’s web dialer is vulnerable to exploits.

Intel to debut 45 nm Harpertown quad-core CPU with up to 3.16 GHz

Some technical specifications about Intel’s upcoming 45 nm Xeon DP processor generation have reached the web. According to a partial slide posted by VR-Zone, the new quad-core CPU will be available with up to 3.16 GHz.

Intel to continue selling E2140 CPUs

Rumors of second-generation Apple iPhone continue to surface

Apple looks at illuminated touchpad in new patent

Mclean (VA) - A recently filed Apple patent describes a new kind of touchpad that lights up to in response to normal activity. In the patent, Apple says it might be "desirable to provide visual stimuli at the touch pad so that a user can better operate the touch pad."  For example, the patent talks about the touchpad illuminating when it is touched, and light paths could follow the movement of touch.

Sony gets FCC approval for stylish VGN-TZ notebook

Sony has taken the final hurdle in bringing a new compact notebook to the U.S. The new TZ series will weigh in at just 2.62 pounds and offer a choice of Intel’s ultra low-voltage processors U7500 (1.06 GHz) or U7600 (1.2 GHz). Built on Intel’s Santa Rosa platform the notebooks will support draft-n (v2.0) wireless connectivity and come with an optional Novatel EvDO wireless broadband card, according to the documents filed with the FCC.  

Overclocking problems hit Dell’s high-end H2C desktop

Dell has temporarily removed the 3.73 GHz version of its Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6800-based XPS 720 H2C due to a lack of processors that lack enough overclocking potential.

Americans and Europeans close on satellite navigation agreement

The United States and European Union are close to linking up their respective satellite navigation systems to improve reliability and accuracy for users on the ground.

CD-R, DVD+R/-R disc makers expected to have growing orders in Q3 07, but face increased costs