Dell's new XPS M1530 notebook features a 15.4-inch screen, a Core 2 Duo CPU, Nvidia GeForce graphics, HDMI output, a 2 megapixel camera...and a $999 starting price.
Computer maker Dell is expanding its push into retail, inking a deal with Carrefour Group to sell notebook and desktop systems in France, Belgium, and Spain.
Benchmarks show Windows XP with Service Pack 3 delivering a 10 percent speed increase, with all versions of XP destroying Vista in time comparisons.
Microsoft's Genuine Advantage antipiracy technology may not have many fans ...but Microsoft says its learning lessons and it may even have results.
Best known for their server and industrial storage solutions, South Korea's Mtron has announced a 32 GB SSD drive with a 100 MB/sec transfer rate...for $650.
The One Laptop Per Child initiative has extended its "Give One, Get One" offer for its OLPC XO notebook through the end of 2007.
Put two checks in Apple legal team's "win" column: a settlement in a long-running patent infringement suit with Burst.com, and the dismissal of a stock options backdating suit.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday could bring disasters.
Market analysis firm Hitwise says Google continued to extend its overall lead in the Internet search market during October, at the expense of Yahoo and Microsoft.
Fujitsu's LifeBook S6510 aims to keep travelers happy with a 14-inch widescreen display, Core 2 Duo processors, and a total weight of 3.7 pounds.
With a skyline design etched across its lid and embedded lights to recall a city's atmosphere, BenQ's latest laptop makes an appeal to those who yearn for the concrete jungle.
Alienware has taken the wraps off new 15-inch and 17-inch Area-51 notebooks, featuring Core 2 Duo Extreme processors, Nvidia graphics, and tons of storage space.
An amateur cryptographer deciphered a coded message faster than the WWII Colossus computer.
Comprised of new AMD processors, GPUs and a chipset, the Spider platform will form the basis of future AMD-based gaming rigs.
Although Dell's all-in-one XPS One hasn't exactly been a secret, the company has unveiled pricing before the systems's expected public launch Monday: systems start at $1,499.