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Intel Boldly Goes Where No Chip Has Gone Before

Researchers at Intel unveiled an experimental 80-core microchip Monday at the International Solid States Circuit Conference in San Francisco. Known as a "Teraflop research chip," it is the first programmable microprocessor capable of delivering performance formerly associated only with supercomputers, according to Intel ...

One Small Chip for a PC, One Giant Leap for Computing

Researchers at Intel unveiled an experimental 80-core microchip Monday at the International Solid States Circuit Conference in San Francisco. Known as a "Teraflop research chip," it is the first programmable microprocessor capable of delivering performance formerly associated only with supercomputers, according to Intel ...

Cisco Buys Into Enterprise Social Networking

Cisco announced Thursday that it will purchase social networking software maker Five Across, a developer of technology that enables companies to easily add social networking features to their Web sites. The sale price was not disclosed ...

Can Vista Reanimate the PC-Based Gaming Market?

Since its heyday in the late 1990s, the PC game industry has seen its share of the video game market grow increasingly smaller. Cannibalized by the onslaught of gaming console powerhouse lines Sony PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox line, sales of CD-ROM-based PC games, while still robust at US$970 million, accounted for only 1 percent of the 18 percent increase in game sales in 2006 that totaled $13.5 billion...

Amazon, TiVo Partner for Direct-to-TV Downloads

If hours of prerecorded TV content aren't enough for TiVo subscribers, Amazon will offer a solution. The digital video recorder (DVR) pioneer and the supersized online retailer announced their new "Amazon Unbox on TiVo" (AUT) service Wednesday ...

Microsoft Warns Excel Users of Zero Day Attacks

Microsoft Excel users should avoid opening or saving any file attachments sent via e-mail if the message is not from a trusted source or arrives unexpectedly, the company said following public reports of zero day attacks exploiting a flaw in the spreadsheet program ...

Euro Telecoms Mull Mobile Search Engine

There could be a new player in the mobile phone search space to challenge the dominance of Google and Yahoo, according to a report from the Britain's Telegraph newspaper. The paper reported Sunday that top names in Europe's telecommunications industry will meet next week during the 3GSM World Congress for "secret, high-level" talks ...

Microsoft Pushes VPN to Mainstream

Microsoft unveiled a new secure sockets layer virtual private networking (SSL VPN) solution Thursday. Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) 2007 is the fruit of its July 2006 acquisition of Whale Communications ...

Michael Dell Faces Uphill Battle

Following several quarters of disappointing earnings reports and a fall to the No. 2 spot in global PC sales, Dell on Wednesday reinstated Michael Dell as CEO of the computer company he created in his dorm room at the University of Texas more than 20 years ago ...

Sony Ericsson Sets Sights on India

Sony Ericsson announced on Wednesday it will begin manufacturing low-end color screen and music playing mobile handsets in India through an agreement with its global outsourcing manufacturing partners, Flextronics and Foxconn ...

Nintendo Plays on Nostalgia With New Releases

Want to put the pedal to the metal? Or maybe teleport to the year 2636 and battle a bevy of aliens bent on dominating Earth? All that and more is possible following the release of four new classic games on Nintendo's Wii Virtual Console. "Mario Kart 64," "Contra III: The Alien Wars," "Bonanza Bros.," and "Comix Zone" debuted on the Wii Shop Channel Monday, bringing the total number of games available to 46...

IBM, Intel Reach Chip Milestone in Dead Heat

Worries over the imminent death of Moore's Law have apparently been greatly exaggerated. At least that is the word following announcements on Saturday from both IBM and Intel that each has developed a new energy-saving microchip design. According to the two chip makers, the advance is the biggest breakthrough in chip technology in 40 years ...

Sony Pins Cell Chip Hopes on Cellius

In an attempt to capitalize on the PlayStation 3's (PS3) Cell Broadband Engine computer chip technology, Sony announced Wednesday that it has joined with Namco Bandai Holdings to form a new company to develop games for the console ...

WoW Expansion Burns One-Day Sales Records

January has been very, very good toBlizzard Entertainment. Earlier this month, the game maker announced its World of Warcraft subscription-based, massively multiplayer online role-playing games had surpassed 8 million players ...

Sun, Intel Strike Win-Win Server Pact

Intel and Sun Microsystems announced Monday that the two companies have joined to form a "broad strategic alliance." ...

Bethesda Picks Xbox Over PS3 for Elder Scrolls Expansion

After months of speculation, fans of the popular video game "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" have reason to rejoice following Wednesday's announcement confirming that game maker Bethesda Softworks will release an official full expansion for the award-winning game. "The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles" will be released this spring with one caveat -- it will only be available for the Xbox 360 game console and Windows PCs...

Retail Conglomerate TJX Reports Customer Info Leak

TJX, the parent company of national discount chains such as T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, disclosed on Wednesday that identity thieves had breached its security measures and gained access to a computer network on which the company stores its transaction data. The theft could involve consumers from the U.S., Canada and the British Isles ...

New Sims Games Target Younger Women

Electronic Arts (EA), creator of the wildly popular Sims line of video games, announced Tuesday that it will expand the series with a new line of "laptop friendly" games ...

HP Researchers Give Chips a Nano Spin

Hewlett-Packard researchers announced Tuesday that they have developed technology that could significantly boost the performance capabilities of an array of computer chips, while cutting back on power consumption at the same time ...

Private Investigator Pleads Guilty in HP Spy Case

A Colorado-based private investigator has become the first person convicted in the Hewlett-Packard (HP) boardroom leak and spying scandal. Bryan Wagner, 29, pled guilty to identity theft and conspiracy charges in San Jose federal court, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California federal prosecutors announced last Friday ...

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