Intel said Friday it will close an R&D office in South Korea.
Intel plans to launch the Core 2 Quad chip in January, targeting high-end desktop PCs in an effort to stay ahead of AMD.
PC sales in the US showed zero growth in the third quarter of 2006, according to year-over-year numbers from IDC.
Intel may have to share documents that could link it to charges of anticompetitive dealings against AMD, according to a court recommendation Friday.
Dell launched a notebook PC Monday with the ability to play high-definition Blu-ray discs, marking a vote against the competing HD-DVD storage standard.
It's been a busy year for computer and semiconductor manufacturers -- Ben Ames has a recap, from Apple to Dell, AMD to Sony.
Even though HP has been plagued by recent boardroom scandals, the company still reported net income of $1.7 billion for the fourth quarter -- more than four times than earnings for the same period last year.
Palm is defending its Treo smartphone against a patent infringement suit filed by NTP, the group that nearly shut down RIM’s BlackBerry service.
Nvidia said Monday it will pay $357 million to buy PortalPlayer, which makes semiconductors and software for MP3 players and other devices.
Google has acquired JotSpot, a developer of wiki technology for collaborative Web sites.
Following a reorganization, Intel reported a third quarter profit Tuesday of $1.3 billion, 35 percent below its numbers for that period last year.
Intel will bring its quad-core chips to market in a new line of workstations from Hewlett-Packard, expected to be launched on Nov. 13.
Palm announced a low-end version of the Treo smartphone on Thursday, hoping to win first-time smartphone users.
Intel will ship quad-core processors in November for servers and gaming PCs, CEO Paul Otellini said.
California state investigators have enough evidence to indict both people within Hewlett-Packard and their outside contractors for a corporate spy scandal.