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2002-09-03 Latin American PC shipments slide in Q2 2002
Dataquest Inc. reports that Latin America PC shipments during Q2 of 2002 declined by 8.3 percent from the same period last year.
2005-10-19 Gartner: Low prices and mobility boost worldwide PC shipments
Global PC shipments increased by 17.2 percent from Q3 of 2004, reaching a total of 55 million units in Q3 of this year, according to a preliminary PC Quarterly Statistics report by Gartner, Inc.
2009-02-26 Will DisplayPort get a second chance?
With the of widespread emergence and popularity HDMI, why is there more than 180 computer and consumer electronics companiesand countingactively supporting DisplayPort, another audio/video interface standard
2007-06-04 Triumvirate heralds use of flash in PCs, works on standard
The use of flash in notebooks and desktops has received a boost with Dell, Intel and Microsoft collaborating on a standard for NAND flash module controllers
2013-02-08 Tablets continue to eat into the PC market
Market research firm Canalys recently revealed that media tablets like the iPad have accounted for one in three personal computer shipments during the fourth quarter of 2012
2008-02-27 Opinion: The time for parallel computing is now
A veteran computer science professor asserts that the electronics industry is not investing enough time, energy and money to address what has become a pressing need for a genuine technology breakthrough in parallel programming
2008-12-22 Nvidia bids to dislodge Intel as rivalry gets ugly
Intel and Nvidia are entering into a new, nasty phase of competition. What's at stake? Only the future of the personal computer
2007-09-27 LG-Quanta patent case reaches U.S. Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court would review the patent suit LG Electronics filed against Taiwan's Quanta Computer for infringing patents on microprocessor chips in its personal computers
2006-08-31 Japan orders Apple to investigate faulty laptop batteries
Japanese authorities confirmed that an Apple laptop has caught fire in Japan and asked the troubled computer maker to investigate the faulty Sony batteries and report back within a week
2007-07-23 iPhone wave catches PC giants
Seeing their core businesses flatten out while sales of smart phones continue to boom, notebook PC giants Dell and HP have rolled out their own line of smart phones with features similar to that of Apple's iPhone
2009-03-02 Intel contests 'netbook' copyright claims
Intel Corp. has followed Dell Inc.'s legal moves against small computer maker Psion Teklogix's efforts to stop the use of the term 'Netbooks' for the latest craze in small laptops.
2004-12-09 IBM sells PC business to Lenovo
IBM has confirmed that its has sold its personal computer business to Chinese group Lenovo, in a complex deal valued at $1.75 billion and which, importantly, gives the company rights to use the IBM Think brand
2014-06-13 EU court upholds $1.4B antitrust fine, Intel loses bid
The court stood by its 2009 ruling after Intel challenged its previous decision, saying that the chipmaker infringed EU's competition rules by offering rebates to computer makers for its x86 CPUs
2015-11-18 China dominates top 500 list of supercomputers
China spent huge money at its MilkyWay-2 housed by the National Super Computer Centre, using twice as many U.S.-made Intel Xeon and Xeon-Phi processors as its nearest competitor
2008-03-28 Battery shortage threatens top laptop makers
Asustek Computer, Dell and HP are facing a likely shortage of batteries for laptop PCs after a fire hit a factory of their South Korean supplier earlier this month.
2007-06-20 Asustek unveils OLPC rival, gets headshake from analyst
An analyst at CLSA Asia Pacific Market said that Asustek Computer is making a poor choice by getting into the low-cost notebook market
2007-04-12 Asian firms post strong growth in mobile PC arena
Hewlett-Packard and Dell remain the world's largest computer makers, but recent gains by Asian manufacturers Acer and Lenovo reflect a growing threat to the U.S. companies' dominance.
2011-06-02 Analysts argue on iPad's effect on PC market
Analysts firms are mixed regarding the effect the iPad and other tablet devices are having on the PC market. A report from Bedford examined this outlook for companies in the personal computer industry
2010-11-23 8 STM Spears, 8 SSDs applied in 1U low-power server
A medium-sized computer maker has announced an ARM-based server using a dual-core Cortex A9 processor from STMicroelectronics. The R1801e from ZT Systems uses up to eight STM Spear 1310 CPUs, eight solid-state drives and dual integrated Gigabit Ethernet switches in a 1U server that draw less than 80 Watts maximum
2010-11-18 China leads supercomputer top 500
The latest Top 500 supercomputers lists China as having the most powerful computer in the world, and with 42 supercomputers, is second only to the United States in the number of supercomputers
2007-07-26 USB-IF awards first Wireless USB certifications
USB-IF has granted the first Wireless USB certifications to two manufacturers of laptop PCs and two designers of wireless hubs and adapters.
2003-10-17 Sony's chip division looks inward for growth
After struggling for years to define its role as a chip supplier, Sony Corp.'s semiconductor business is now emphasizing internal customers in an effort to differentiate its parent company's consumer electronics products.
2005-08-30 Server sales grow for ninth consecutive quarter, says IDC
The worldwide server market continued its growth across virtually all platforms in the second quarter, fueled by 5.6 percent year over year growth, an IDC report said.
2003-07-16 Realtek, Via eye Gigabit Ethernet silicon
The market for Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) capability on desktop PCs looks ready for prime time - and a price war.
2003-01-07 Low-cost China pushes Taiwan to consider alternatives
As the distinction blurs between Made in Taiwan and Made in China, a slogan has risen in Taiwan that captures the challenge of its future: innovalue.
2003-01-28 Linux goes mainstream
f the LinuxWorld conference is any indication, this year could propel the open-source OS across a spectrum of computing devices - from handheld PDAs to supercomputers.
2005-08-26 Intel, Matsushita team to develop 8-hour battery
Matsushita Battery Ind. Co. and Intel Corp. said they would collaborate to develop batteries able to run a notebook PC for 8 hours without recharging.
2003-05-13 Inspiring people through management example
Chin Wu, GM of Ali Corp., emphasizes the importance of a "people-centric" culture as a key to the success of the company and unifying people.
2002-09-19 IBM, Intel collaborate on server blades
IBM Corp. and Intel Corp. are teaming up to develop a portfolio of server blade products based on Intel's Xeon and Itanium processors.
2004-07-27 Equity firm to invest $500M in French consumer giant
Silver Lake Partners, a Silicon Valley private equity and investment firm, is set to inject half a billion dollars into consumer electronics giant Thomson SA and take 7.5 percent control, the French company revealed Thursday (July 22, 2004).
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