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Intel's next-generation laptop chips will have a dozen new features to improve graphics performance and the capability to play back Blu-ray 3D movies.
Apple may have had an ulterior motive in the deal it struck with the Liquidmetal folks; HTC has struck back at Apple’s patent infringement suits; and the EFF thinks Steve Jobs is a cackling, diabolical mastermind. The bad kind.
In typical Apple fashion, the Snow Leopard Graphics Update earlier this week was light on details. Macworld discovered that if you game on a recent Mac, this update is anything but light.
Smartphones with dual-core chips could allow for faster application performance and 1080p video playback.
Apple's Japan branch has said it will be issuing replacement units to those iPod nano owners affected by faulty batteries.
Market researcher iSuppli warned Monday of the risks for a looming shortage of DRAM, the main memory used in personal computers.
Apple on Monday updated its online store to add a third base configuration to its recently revamped Mac Pro line, this one with 12 cores of processing power.
Intel settled an antitrust agreement with the Federal Trade Commission.
Reports are circulating that Intel is in talks to buy Infineon's wireless chip unit, which could be a boost to Intel's efforts to gain footing the smartphone market.
Apple on Tuesday updated its iMac line, sporting new processors up to a quad-core and more powerful graphics chips.
Remember those free Windows Phone 7 devices Microsoft employees were getting? Yeah, turns out there’s a catch. Also, Samsung tries to capitalize on annoyed iPhone 4 users and LG steps up and takes some blame.
Intel announced a new six-core Core i7 processor, while also cutting the prices of some chips by up to 48 percent.
We continue to follow the iPhone 4 reception issues apace, along with Microsoft flubbing yet another opportunity , Apple-inspired Disney stores, and a surprising new addition to Twitter. Remainders for July 14, 2010 are coming your way.
Dell has been accused of selling faulty PCs that could break down because of bad components.
Thirty-three states settle a lawsuit with DRAM makers over price fixing.