Chicago (IL) – Gefen has received the green light from the FCC for a new four-port wireless USB hub.Similar to the already available Belkin hub, the Gefen device follows the reference design provided by Wisair and uses the firm’s 503 RF chip and complies with the Wimedia 1.0 specification.
Just one week after bringing back Windows XP to some of its desktop and notebook computers, Dell today announced that it will begin offering “select” consumer desktop and notebook computers in a preinstalled Ubuntu Linux configuration.
Irvine (CA) – Gateway today announced one of the first quad-core PCs to become available in retail stores across the country. The systems are still carrying lofty price tags, but are substantially cheaper than the enthusiast quad-core PCs that have been available so far.
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Hynix Semiconductor today announced it has received validation on its DDR3 memory components and modules from Intel.
Apple has announced a software update that should help MacBook and MacBook Pro owners with some battery problems.
Iran is planning on filtering “immoral” video and audio cell phone messages.
Female bloggers are increasingly facing online threats according to the Washington Post.
Verizon has reported that its quarterly earnings were 17.4 percent higher than last year’s.
The fiber optic lines that crisscross the world’s oceans could be vulnerable to hackers according to the CEO of InfoGuard, a network security company.
It has been about eleven months since AMD has revealed its Torrenza initiative, an effort to open up its hardware and encourage third parties to build secondary components, such as accelerators, around the firm’s processors. We haven’t heard much in the past months, but AMD says that Torrenza isn’t just a vision anymore.
Intel has informed its customers that the Core 2 Quad Q6600 desktop quad-core processor as well as the Xeon X3220 and X3210 server quad-core CPUs have been transitioned to a new stepping, which will allow customers to integrate the processors in computer systems using lower power flexible motherboards (FMB).
A 17-year-old boy is in custody after being arrested for hacking into AOL’s computer network.
UnSpam Technologies LLC has filed a massive anti-spam lawsuit on behalf of its 20000 customers.
The "One Laptop Per Child" (OLPC) initiative planned to give notebooks computers to children at a $100 price tag, but that was apparently a little bit too cheap.
Intel is gearing up for its next-generation micro-processors. And we hear that Intel may be much closer to be releasing its 45 nm processors, code-named "Penryn", to production than we previously thought: Expect reviews and benchmarks of Penryn to surface early in Q3 of this year. Extra: Slideshow
Scientists working on the bigger, better and most importantly faster Internet 2 have achieved a new world speed record.
Microsoft has made its upcoming Windows Server, dubbed “Longhorn” available for beta testers. Anyone with a Microsoft Live ID can download Longhorn Beta 3 and try out some of the new features like the read-only domain controller and PowerShell.
Acer has joined the long list of computer manufacturers to announce a voluntary recall of Sony made lithium-ion notebook batteries.
Meeting its scheduled Q1 2007 launch, Hitachi announced that it has begun shipping the Deskstar 7K1000, the company's first commercially available 1 TB hard disk drive.