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Intel Goes Green With New Xeon Processors

Intel welcomed two new additions to its family of quad-core processors Monday with the arrival of the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors L5320 and L5310. The two server chips sport the added benefit of energy efficiency, operating on 50 watts of power ...

Are Linux Systems Ready for Daylight Saving Time?

Listening to the newscasts, one might begin to think that Americans should this Sunday brace for a digital world run amok. Billed as a "mini-Y2K", this weekend could produce myriad horrors, if you believe broadcasters' reports ...

Brain Control Takes Gaming Out of Your Hands

Forget Nintendo Wii's motion-sensing controller. After less than six months on the market, Nintendo's groundbreaking video game controller technology may be on the way out following the unveiling of a new game platform that controls gameplay using a player's thoughts and emotions ...

Sony Gives Gamers a ‘Home’ of Their Own

Sony Computer Entertainment President Phil Harrison took the wrapper off his company's long-awaited online components for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) video game console Wednesday at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Styling the new user communities as part of its "Game 3.0," Sony's offerings are an amalgam of hot trends -- online collaboration, user generated content and virtual worlds...

Microsoft Ventures Into Crowded VoIP Market

Microsoft jumped into the Voice over Internet (VoIP) provider market Wednesday with the announcement that business users will be able to test a beta version of its VoIP and unified communications server, Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS), and unified communications client, Office Communicator 2007 (OC), later this month ...

Data Odyssey 2010: To Pluto and Back

The world is awash in digital data created by individuals, and by 2010 the amount of data added annually will swell from 161 exabytes to 988 exabytes, according to a report released Tuesday by technology research firm IDC. An exabyte is equal to one billion gigabytes ...

Microsoft Gives Xbox Gamers a Memory Boost

At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Microsoft on Monday announced the upcoming launch of a 512 MB memory unit for the Xbox 360 video game console ...

YouTube and BBC: YouTelly?

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and YouTube announced Friday the addition of three BBC-centric channels to the mainly user-generated content video site. The non-exclusive deal will bring YouTube viewers video clips and news from the venerable English broadcaster's store of popular television series and documentaries. The BBC is the first international broadcaster to partner with the 2-year-old video site...

IBM, Google Team on Gadgets for the Workplace

IBM has become the first vendor to incorporate Google Gadgets into its commercial portal software, WebSphere, the two tech companies announced Wednesday. Users of WebSphere Portal and WebSphere Portal Express v. 6.0 will have some 4,000 free-of-charge add-ons they can create, customize and use within the WebSphere Portal ...

Sony Promises PS3s Aplenty by May

Shortages of the PlayStation 3 (PS3) video game console should be resolved by May, Sony Computer Entertainment America chief executive Jack Tretton told Reuters in an interview Tuesday. The console remains a hard-to-get item in some areas of the country, according to the Sony executive ...

Second Life Residents Speak for Themselves

Citizens of Second Life, the online virtual world, have until now communicated silently via instant messaging and chat. They will soon be given the power of speech. Linden Lab, creator of Second Life, announced Tuesday it will add voice capabilities to the Second Life grid. The new feature is "part of an ongoing drive toward creating a richer, more immersive virtual environment," according to the company...

One in Three Web Surfers Choose Wireless

Roughly one-third of Internet surfers in the United States have connected to the Web wirelessly, according to a report released Sunday by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. The survey also found that wireless Internet users check e-mail and news sites much more frequently than wired users ...

Wizpy Delivers Linux to Windows PCs

Japan's Turbolinux began shipping its Wizpy digital media devices on Friday ...

Photobucket Offers Free Adobe Video Editing

Adobe and Photobucket have teamed up to give the site's 35 million subscribers free access to basic video remixing and editing technology online. With the first-of-its-kind offering, users can incorporate music, effects, transitions and titles into their videos ...

Microsoft Offers Tools to Ease Vista Transition

Microsoft on Tuesday released the final versions of six new tools designed to help businesses make the migration to its newly released operating system (OS), Windows Vista. The tools can assist business users at each stage in their upgrade to the next-generation OS, including assessment, planning, testing and deployment, according to Microsoft ...

New Vista, Old Software: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

It's the best of times and the worst of times whenever Microsoft releases a new operating system (OS). Both business and consumer users are filled with excitement to try out the latest and greatest technology from Redmond, Wash ...

SECURITY ALERT

Router Hack Attack Could Expose Home Network Users

Home network users could be vulnerable to attacks from hackers who can alter the configuration of a broadband router or wireless access point. Symantec released its "Drive-By Pharming" attacks report Thursday, roughly two months after security researchers at Symantec and Indiana University first published their conclusions in a white paper last December...

LucasArts Unleashes the Force for Star Wars Fans

"Star Wars" enthusiasts can finally begin their countdown to the release of "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed" (TFU). Game maker LucasArts on Wednesday made public long sought details on the next installment of the "Star Wars" saga. Gamers can expect to see "TFU" on store shelves in November 2007 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, Playstation 3, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS game consoles...

AMD to License Mobile Graphics Tech

With the PC graphics market flatlining, AMD announced on Tuesday that it has developed a new outlet for its graphics core technologies. The new enterprise will focus on the development and licensing of "leading-edge graphics core technologies" to semiconductor manufacturers in the handheld industry ...

Branson Embarks on Web Gaming Adventure

To outsiders, it may often seem that video gamers live in a world of their own. That perception will soon come closer to reality following the announcement Monday that Richard Branson's Virgin Games division has partnered with Game Domain International (GDI) to form a new PC game download service, "A World Of My Own" (AWOMO) ...

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