Round Rock (TX) – Dell today announced a new version of its XPS 720 H2C Edition, which includes factory overclocked memory and more bling-bling.
Chicago (IL) – Russian design studio Art Lebedev opened its online store for pre-orders of the Optimus Maximus LED keyboard. The first shipment of 200 keyboards was sold within one day, despite the keyboard’s hefty price tag of $1564.37.
The Optimus maximus keyboard in pictures ...
Microsoft is now offering a 30-day evaluation version of Vista for virtual machines.
London (UK) – IBM today announced what it claims to be the “fastest microprocessor ever built.”
Intel has announced two new motherboard chips that sport a faster 1333 MHz front-side bus.
Intel sent out a notification that it has started a discontinuance program Madison 9M Itanium processors as well as Xeon 7000-series MP processors.
Dover (DE) - Researchers from the University of Delaware and Cambridge NanoTech claim they can measure and transport the spin of electrons in silicon. Using a small silicon chip, the scientists are able to send electrons down a small wire and then measure and change the direction of spin. The discovery could be a boon to the nascent quantum computer industry because silicon is the most popular element used in computers.
With a newly minted FCC certification under its belt, the iPhone is beginning its path to retail, but its barrier-setting price could prevent it from meeting Apple's 1% market share goal.
Sunnyvale (CA) – AMD claims that it has been gaining market shares with its Turion mobile processor over the past two years, but the CPU is far from being a threat to Intel’s Core 2 Duo. In 2008, the company will introduce the “Griffin” dual-core mobile processor as part of the “Puma” platform, which promises to deliver power and performance enhancements and introduce AMD’s version of on-board flash cache.
Recently, Microsoft held a contest to see who could come up with the best new age PC design. Extra: Image Gallery
Apple’s iPhone has cleared a major hurdle on its way to a commercial release. Extra: Image Gallery
Thousands of Cisco routers belonging to Nippon Telephone and Telegraph East failed on Tuesday and knocked out millions of Japanese broadband Internet customers.