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Keith Regan
GM To Sink $3 Billion into China Expansion
06/07/04 9:03 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 688 Words

GM's financing wing, General Motors Acceptance Corp., will also partner with local agencies to launch a car-loan company.

Although some were quick to wave a caution flag that the GM investment could mean the exporting of jobs, GM said the...

Stephanie Losi
Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for September 10, 2002
09/10/02 11:51 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 414 Words

The Register: Intel's New Chip for Security Renaissance
10-Sep-02 09:09:57 ET

Story Highlights:
"Hideous viruses and terrifying hackers will soon be neutralized so that the computing public might finally doze blissfully in a cocoon of safety, Intel announced yesterday...

Lori Enos
Industry Leaders To Create Streaming Video Network
06/21/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 454 Words

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), Compaq Computer Corp. (NYSE: CPQ), and Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) announced Tuesday that they are teaming with San Francisco, California-based Digital Island to build a streaming video network . The companies say that the network will provide broadcast-scale streaming media for...

Matthew Beale
EBIZ Re-Launches TheLinuxStore
11/04/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 665 Words

Vendors whose Linux-based products are available include Alpha Processor, AMD , Applix, Caldera, Compaq, Intel , Macmillan USA, O'Reilly Publishing and Red Hat.

"Our goal is to provide a meaningful comprehensive Linux destination on the Internet , dedicated to providing fast and...

Matthew Beale
Red Hat Expands Compaq Relationship
10/19/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 511 Words

... upon a development and marketing agreement struck earlier this year, Wall Street sensation Red Hat Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: RHAT) and Compaq Computer Corp. (NYSE: CPQ) are partnering on enterprise-level user support for Linux in the corporate market. Under the terms of the...

Matthew Beale
TurboLinux Lines Up Supporters
10/13/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 443 Words

Although a representative of International Data Corp. (IDC) has said that the agreement could be the largest commercial Linux deployment ever, it also signifies, according to TurboLinux, its strength in the expansive Japanese market.

"Sanyo Electronics chose TurboLinux because of its...

Bonnie S. Hyde
Microsoft Debuts E-Commerce Hosting Biz
01/06/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 239 Words

Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) unveiled a new e-commerce Web hosting and design business this week with the debut of Complete Commerce, a packaged e-commerce solution aimed at medium-sized to large enterprise businesses. Complete Commerce includes the hardware , software , service and training...

Richard Adhikari
Can Apple Make Nice With the Media Moguls?
05/04/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 971 Words

They all run on Intel quad core i5 processors, have Thunderbolt I/O ports, feature new AMD Radeon HD graphics processors, have built-in FaceTime HD cameras and use integrated memory controllers. Prices range from US$1,200 to $2,000.

"Mac desktop sales always get...

Katherine Noyes
Geek Holiday Guide: Gifts, Stress-Busters and a Fast Track to Jan. 4
12/14/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1275 Words

Tech Stocking Stuffers
"I would also suggest something that many don't think about: the CPU," he added. "Both AMD and Intel are getting ready to release their next generation CPUs , which sadly won't fit on many folks' boards, so...

Fred J. Aun
OLPC Orders Reach One Million Milestone
02/16/07 1:47 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 727 Words

Apple's Steve Jobs once called it a "science project" and Intel's Craig Barrett said the notebook was little more than "a gadget." Microsoft founder Bill Gates famously denounced the laptop's limited functionality and use of a manually-operated battery charging system by...

Rob Enderle
Yahoo Peanut Butter Manifesto and Memorable Tech Gift Suggestions
11/27/06 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1367 Words

In the end, this "spread too thin" problem is hardly Yahoo's alone, and other companies -- like Microsoft and Intel -- have experienced this in the past.

It can kill a company, and Yahoo executive management would be wise to focus...

Paul Korzeniowski
HD Gaming Beginning to Take Hold
05/10/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 829 Words

The first problem is few games have been designed to take advantage of the new feature. "Many game manufacturers are moving to HD content but it will take time for them to revamp their products," said Schelley Olhava, a program manager at market research firm International Data Corp. ...

Paul Korzeniowski
DVD Standard Battle Rages On
06/07/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1007 Words


"Vendors are running into a problem where there is not sufficient storage for some of their rich content, such as HD movies," said Josh Martin, associate research analyst at market research firm International Data Corp.

Just as the consumer...

Jennifer LeClaire
Microsoft Wires XP to TV with Media Center
10/11/04 10:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 417 Words

Ecosystem in Place
Those industry partners include Alienware, Dell , Gateway, HP , Samsung Electronics, Tatung and Wistron Corp.

"Today's consumers want flexibility , convenience and personalization of content," said Louis Burns, Intel vice president and general manager of...

Paul Korzeniowski
Work on Higher-Speed WLAN Standard Begins
08/07/04 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 904 Words

In July, Agere Systems , working with Atheros, Intel , Nokia and Sony , outlined a way to increase transmission speeds to 500 Mbps by taking advantage of two innovations.

The first is Multiple Inputs Multiple Outputs (MIMO), which uses two to...

Stephanie Losi
Network Security Roundup for November 20, 2003
11/20/03 9:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 463 Words

The arrival of the Intel Centrino wireless chipset and Windows XP -- which has been designed to make wireless networking easier -- means that employees who are given a new laptop are likely to get wireless connectivity as standard."

Full Story on...

Tim McDonald
IBM Debuts Wireless Laptop
09/07/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 458 Words

IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM) unveiled a wireless laptop computer on Thursday that features a local area network (LAN) chip built directly on the computer's motherboard. The chip allows users to connect to the Internet and peripherals , such as printers , cell phones...

Elizabeth Blakey
U.S.-Asian E-Commerce Alive and Clicking
07/13/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1014 Words

Consortio's partners include U.S. tech Titans Computer Associates, Dell Computer Corp., First Manhattan Consulting Group, and Microsoft.

John B. Evans, co-chairman and director of AsiaCentral observed, "Three great barriers stood between Asia and the West: distance, culture, and language. This company...

Matthew W. Beale
The New Linux World Order
04/21/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 796 Words

As recently reported by IT-Director.com, the two firms collaborated on Xenix2, a UNIX flavor specifically designed for Intel's 8086 chip . Microsoft eventually stepped away from the deal, and Monterey fell heir to Xenix2.

Maintaining the UNIX Connection
...

Matthew Beale
Corel LINUX Grabs E-Commerce Bundling Deal
02/29/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 414 Words

... solutions developer Corel Corp. (Nasdaq: CORL) has announced a deal to bundle its distribution of the Linux operating system with hardware solutions produced by EBIZ Enterprises (OTC BB: EBIZ). The deal centers around EBIZ's e-commerce Web site , TheLinuxStore.com, and will add...

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