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HP Takes Blackbird Game System Quad Core

Get your frag on: HP's new Blackbird 002 alpha gaming system (and selected Voodoo Omen systems) now feature 45nm Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 quad core processors.

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Lenovo Outsourcing Notebook Production?

Chinese computer maker Taiwan has announced it will be outsourcing production of all its notebook computers...to Taiwan.

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Everex Cloudbook

The Everex Cloudbook could be the ultimate sub-compact notebook computer with a $399 price tag.

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Microsoft Hires Tony Scott as CIO

Microsoft has hired former Disney executive Tony Scott as its new Chief Information Officer, replacing Stuart Scott who was abruptly fired last November.

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30,000 Rally to Save Windows XP

An online petition to save the dated operating system has gained a surprising amount of support from consumers who don't want to be forced into buying Vista.

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Gigabyte to Produce Low-Cost Notebook

With the possibility of an Intel 1.6 GHz processor under the hood, Gigabyte's upcoming notebook has the potential to be one of the snappier low-cost models.

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LaCie Offers 1.3-inch Portable Hard Drive

LaCie has collaborated to Samsung to pack a 30 and 40 GB 1.3-inch hard disk drives into its Little Disk form factor.

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NEC Keeps Showing Its Curves

Shown at CES and again at Macworld, NEC is showing of its double-WXGA 42-inch curved display, using DLP technology to delivery ultra-fast response times, high contrast, and a huge color range.

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Yahoo Gets Behind OpenID

Yahoo has announced support for OpenID 2.0, a standard aimed to let users access multiple online services from different companies using the same login credentials.

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PC Shipments Climbed at End of 2007

PC shipments saw a double-digit increase at the end of 2007...and saw Dell back in the top position for U.S. sales.

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AT&T to Replace U-Verse Batteries

Now that's a hot service: AT&T has said it will replace 17,000 batteries used for backup power in cabinets housing gear for its U-verse television service.

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MacBook Air Not Really the World’s Thinnest

It looks as if Sharp actually snagged the title in 2003 with the Actius MM10, but didn't have a guy in a turtleneck to promote it.

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Gateway Adds Color to M- and T-Series

Merlot, Silver, and Arctic Bloom are the latest additions to Gateway's color palette - and at no extra charge.

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Is Your Excel Flawed?

Microsoft has announced that some hackers are targeting older versions of Excel with a zero-day exploit.

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Sun Buys MySQL for $1 Billion

Sun Microsystems has inked a deal to acquire open-source database developer MySQL AB for $1 billion, with plans to bring the popular database to enterprise customers.

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