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Intel Opens Clean, Green Fab for New Penryn Chips

Intel is now mass producing its 45 nanometer architecture Penryn processors at a new, state-of-the-art facility in Arizona, and it expects to have the new chips on the market in about two weeks. The company spent $3 billion to build the new "Fab 32" processor foundry in Chandler, Ariz., its first hi...

Motorola Profits Slide, Investors Cheer Nonetheless

Motorola reported third-quarter net profits of $60 million, a dismal number compared to the $968 million in profit it enjoyed a year ago but better than the net losses it suffered in the past three quarters. The fact that the Schaumburg, Ill., electronics maker turned a profit in Q3, albeit a slim o...

IBM Offers New Ways to Store Ginormous Amounts of Data

IBM has announced improved storage virtualization offerings for disk and tape, including a new product and enhancements to its Virtualization Engine TS7520 tape solution. The goal in making the changes is to increase the efficiency of its storage virtualization products and bring cost savings to its...

AT&T Rides BellSouth Buy, iPhone to $3.1B Profit

AT&T grew its business strongly in the past three months, delivering its tenth quarter in a row of double-digit earnings-per-share growth. The San Antonio-based telecommunications giant, the nation's biggest, reported quarterly revenues of $30.1 billion, almost double from a year ago, and net in...

AT&T Rides BellSouth Buy, iPhone to $3.1B Profit

AT&T grew its business strongly in the past three months, delivering its tenth quarter in a row of double-digit earnings-per-share growth. The San Antonio-based telecommunications giant, the nation's biggest, reported quarterly revenues of $30.1 billion, almost double from a year ago, and net in...

AT&T Rides BellSouth Buy, iPhone to $3.1B Profit

AT&T grew its business strongly in the past three months, delivering its tenth quarter in a row of double-digit earnings-per-share growth. The San Antonio-based telecommunications giant, the nation's biggest, reported quarterly revenues of $30.1 billion, almost double from a year ago, and net in...

Portable SanDisk Player Bridges PC-TV Divide

SanDisk has renamed and launched its USBTV flash memory-based gadget, introduced in January, and says the Sansa TakeTV video player is an easy way for people to watch on the televisions video content downloaded on their computers. Described by the company as a "smart, simple and seamless way to easi...

Web, Media Giants Seek Silver Bullet for Protecting Copyrights Online

A group of heavy-hitting media and Internet players have hammered out a plan to thwart the uploading and Web publication of copyrighted material, particularly video clips. Key to the plan's effectiveness is technology that will determine if content being posted to Web sites, such as MySpace and Veoh...

Rivals Sony, Toshiba to Become PS3 Chipmates

Sony is shuffling its Cell Broadband Engine deck chairs in an effort to cut losses related to production of PlayStation 3 game consoles and improve the units' efficiency and pricing. The company is selling to Toshiba its fabrication facilities in Nagasaki, Japan, a deal expected to take place by the...

Intel Rides Mobile Revenue to Strong Q3 Earnings

Bolstered by a 20 percent increase in mobile product revenues, Intel late Tuesday issued a strong third-quarter earnings report that discussed record-level shipments of processors, chipsets and flash memory. The Santa Clara, Calif., company's Q3 revenues came in at $10.1 billion, a 15 percent increa...

Scripps to Split Old, New Media

Media company EW Scripps announced a plan to split into two separate public companies: one for national media efforts and the other for local and community brands. The proposed split, expected to be completed early next year, is designed to allow the two separated companies to bring "sharpened strat...

Discovery May Build ‘Video Wikipedia’ With HowStuffWorks Buy

Bolstering its online portfolio of informative offerings, Discovery Channel owner Discovery Communications is buying HowStuffWorks.com and planning to merge content to create a sort of "video Wikipedia." Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but Silver Springs, Md.-based Discovery noted HowSt...

Mozilla’s Firefox to Trot Onto Mobile Devices

Firefox creator Mozilla is "serious" about creating a version of its browser for use on mobile phones, according to a company official who said the company's goal is to "rock" the mobile Web. Mozilla is constantly being asked about its plans for a mobile browser, Mozilla engineering vice president M...

Google Puts New Shine on Enterprise Search Appliance

Google on Wednesday launched the fifth version of its enterprise search appliance with more security, better internal search result relevance and a wider reach across enterprise content management systems. The Version 5.0 upgrades of the Google Search Appliance allow business managers to search acro...

AT&T Buys Chunk of Wireless Spectrum, May Skip Auction

As it prepares to meet its customers' growing demands for wireless multimedia services, AT&T's board of directors approved the acquisition of 700 MHz spectrum licenses from Aloha Partners. The purchase will cost the nation's largest wireless carrier about $2.5 billion. The purchase will give AT&...

AT&T Buys Chunk of Wireless Spectrum, May Skip Auction

As it prepares to meet its customers' growing demands for wireless multimedia services, AT&T's board of directors approved the acquisition of 700 MHz spectrum licenses from Aloha Partners. The purchase will cost the nation's largest wireless carrier about $2.5 billion. The purchase will give AT&...

AT&T Buys Chunk of Wireless Spectrum, May Skip Auction

As it prepares to meet its customers' growing demands for wireless multimedia services, AT&T's board of directors approved the acquisition of 700 MHz spectrum licenses from Aloha Partners. The purchase will cost the nation's largest wireless carrier about $2.5 billion. The purchase will give AT&...

Church Protests BAFTA Nom for ‘Resistance: Fall of Man’

It was trouble enough when Sony released "Resistance: Fall of Man," a video game that includes shoot-outs between people and aliens that take place within Manchester Cathedral. To give the game an award is salt in the wound, says the dean of the cathedral. The Very Rev. Rogers Govender is upset that...

RIM: Revenue In Motion – Upward, That Is

Business is booming at Research In Motion as regular consumers join their business-oriented brethren in snapping up the company's ever-expanding line of BlackBerry mobile devices. Second quarter revenue at RIM was up 27 percent from the first quarter and more than doubled last year's second quarter,...

Toshiba Shows Off New Processor’s Multimedia Bells and Whistles

Toshiba chose the CEATEC electronics show in Japan this week to demonstrate the capabilities of a notebook supercharged with the new "SpursEngine" processor. Journalists attending the event seemed particularly impressed with the way the Cell Broadband Engine technology enabled a laptop to sense hand...

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