Advanced Micro Devices is shipping B3 versions of its low-power Quad-Core Opteron processors.
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China faces a serious threat from botnets, networks of computers infected with software that allows them to be controlled remotely for denial-of-service attacks and to send spam, according to a report issued by China's National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team (CNCERT).
Intel is shipping a dual-core Celeron processor, the first low-end desktop processor from the company to ship with two cores.
Intel has developed a white-box blade server based on standardised components, instead of the specialised parts usually used to produce such systems.
Intel resigned from the One Laptop Per Child Project's board of directors after refusing a request to abandon its Classmate PC program, according to a source familiar with the situation.
Samsung plans to begin mass production of a new type of graphics memory next year that consumes less power and is significantly faster than existing chips.
Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) 1.7 has been approved as an international standard by the International Standards Organization (ISO), according to a company executive.
The price of shares in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba.com rose 122 percent on the first day of trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange, opening at HK$30 (US$3.86) per share.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba.com is making final preparations for an initial public offering of shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange, set for Nov. 6. But most of the proceeds will go to existing shareholders rather than into the company's coffers to fund future acquisitions and other plans.
The One Laptop Per Child Project (OLPC) is toying with a novel source of power for its low-cost XO laptops: cows.
NTT DoCoMo engineers are tinkering with the use of e-paper for cellphones, hoping to develop a keypad that changes icons depending on which application is being used.
The reported assassination of an alleged Russian spammer is a hoax, according to security researchers.
Intel has announced an open-source project called LessWatts.org, which aims to improve the power efficiency of the Linux operating system and applications.
Advanced Micro Devices has added a triple-core desktop processor to its product road map, looking to upstage rival Intel ahead of its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) conference in San Francisco.
HP researchers have developed a medical patch, based on the thermal inkjet technology found in printers, to painlessly administer drugs to patients.