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Scientists at the University of California released a report showing that as of 2007, the world had stored 295 exabytes of data.
Hewlett-Packard has delayed plans to launch new laptops with Intel's latest Core processors, just a few days after HP stopped making PCs that previously paired the chips with Intel's faulty chipset.
Intel will start shipping its dual-core Core i5 and i7 microprocessors based on the Sandy Bridge architecture for laptops starting on Feb. 20.
Intel on Monday said it had stopped shipments of the chipset used with its latest generation of Core processors after it found a design flaw.
The Computer History Museum's new 25,000 square-foot exhibit entitled "Computer History: The First 2,000 Years" opened this week and includes media and artifact-rich galleries with an in-depth focus on more than 20 major areas of computer history. Here are some highlights.
Wikipedia's founder has some choice words for the App Store model, linguists jump on the app bandwagon (appwagon?), and FireWire hits a milestone.
A team of chip archaeology enthusiasts is making headway on ‘imaging’ for posterity the hugely-influential but now little-understood MOS 6502 chip that almost...
An Intel executive on Friday said that its Light Peak interconnect technology, designed to link computers to devices like displays and external storage, is ready for implementation.
Intel today formally unveiled its line of Sandy Bridge chips at the Consumer Electronics Show. So, what do the new chips offer users?
Samsung has completed development of the industry's first DDR4 DRAM module that has twice the performance of today's DDR3 DRAM.
DRAM chip prices reached a one-year low on Tuesday and approached their cheapest ever due to a post-holiday oversupply.
Intel will make a big splash at the CES trade show Jan. 6 showing its Atom chips running inside tablet computers and netbooks. But how well it can compete for...
The chips that will run the graphics in future Macs will do a lot more than run the graphics: Increasingly, they'll take care of general computing tasks, too. And they'll be getting way, way more powerful, too.
What kinds of chips will power the Macs we'll be buying two from now? AnandTech's Anand Lal Shimpi makes some informed predictions.
A group of Intel researchers has pioneered a messaging system that would allow multiple cores to communicate.