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Lenovo Offers One Adapter to Rule Them All

Lenovo's New 90W Slim AC/DC Combo Adapter will drive Lenovo notebooks...but also charge cell phones and PDAs.

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Linux Founder Criticizes OS X and Windows

Linus Torvalds spoke out against Linux's goliath competitors in a recent interview, picking apart their both companies' approach to the operating system.

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Sick Of Vista? NEC Lets You Get XP

NEC has introduced software that can let those with Vista on their PCs downgrade to XP. Is that a sigh of relief?

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Microsoft Focuses on Two New Mice

Microsoft's new Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 and 7000 offer a new comfortable desktop mouse design and portable snap-in transceivers.

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Toshiba Adds Penryn-powered Notebooks

Toshiba has added Intel's Penryn-class processors to selected Satellite notebooks, offering gamers and road warriors more pure processing power.

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Intel Debuts Three New Technologies

The chip maker has unveiled a new chip, a fresh mobile processor, and a way to double the capacity of phase-change products.

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30-Inch Eizo ColorEdge Caters to Artists

Eizo's premium CG301W couples color accuracy and a giant workspace in one monitor, for those who make a living working with graphics.

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Nvidia to Add PhysX Processing to GPUs

The niche for physics acceleration in games may have just become much wider with Nvidia's purchase of Ageia, makers of the PhysX engine and processors.

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Hitachi, Phoenix Offer Remote-Erasable HDDs

Hitachi and Phoenix have announced a new technology that can enable a PCD owner to track and, if necessary, cryptographically erase their notebook hard drive.

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Vista SP1 Officially Heads Down the Pipe

A finished version of Windows Vista SP1 began shipping to manufacturers on Monday, but most customers will have to wait until mid-March to install it themselves.

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Intel, Micron Reveal 5x Faster Flash Memory

By tweaking existing technology with new standards and chip architecture, the companies have produced a chip that can read data at 200 megabytes per second.

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Microsoft Offers $44.6 Billion for Yahoo

It's official: Microsoft is offering $44.6 billion dollars to take over Yahoo.

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Dell Closes 140 Kiosks

Dell has announced it is closing 140 kiosk showcases it ran - mostly in shopping malls - to focus on selling PCs in traditional retail stores.

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PC Vendors Eyeing the MacBook Air’s CPU?

It seems PC vendors are envious of the MacBook Air's custom CPU, which is smaller and cooler than counterparts. But will it matter with Intel's next generation coming soon?

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U.S. IT Departments Lag Behind Europe

A new study has shown that US It departments are outscored by other countries in almost every area.

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