Dell has delayed filing its quarterly earnings report with the SEC and may have to restate past earnings statements.
IBM has begun shipping millions of microprocessors to Nintendo, keeping the gaming company on track to launch its Wii gaming console as early as November.
Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini laid off about 7,500 people Tuesday.
Intel announced its “Merom” chip for notebooks on Monday, as Alienware, Gateway Inc. and Toshiba America Inc. began selling notebooks with the new chip.
Blaming its strategy of cutting prices, Dell posted profit 51 percent lower than the same period last year. The company also revealed an SEC investigation.
Sales of PDAs rose to a record high, climbing 2.7 percent from last year to reach 3.7 million units shipped in the second quarter, Gartner said Monday.
Verizon Wireless announced a digital music player called Chocolate that uses a cell phone made by LG Electronics.
Intel unveiled its new Core 2 Duo processor lineup increasing the pressure on rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). The 10 new dual-core chips promise markedly better performance and greater energy efficiency than Intel’s existing products.
Intel has moved some senior executives to new positions in order to streamline its senior management structure, in light of continued competition from AMD.
Reeling from recent layoffs, Intel on Wednesday posted profits of $885 million for the second quarter, less than half of the $2 billion it posted in 2005.
Intel will continue its corporate reorganization through the end of 2006, stretching beyond its original 90-day plan.
Intel will launch its often-delayed ‘Montecito’ dual-core Itanium chip for high-end servers on Tuesday.
Intel executives told employees on Thursday they would cut 1,000 management jobs by the end of July.
Vonage has infringed another firm's patent for delivering VOIP voicemail, according to a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
Apple has phased the CRT monitor out of its product line in preference for flat screen displays.