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2006-09-21 Toshiba (also) recalls laptop batteries
Another major computer manufacturer is recalling Sony-made laptop batteries in its products. Toshiba is reportedly recalling 340,000 laptop batteries made by Sony
2008-03-06 HP tops, Acer overtakes Dell in notebook rankings
Thanks to two major acquisitions, Acer surpassed Dell as the number two supplier of notebooks, second to top-ranked HP
2006-08-17 Dell recalls 4M laptop batteries
Dell recalled 4.1 million Sony-manufactured laptop batteries, saying they could overheat and pose a fire risk. This is not the first for Dell. Last year, the company recalled 22,000 batteries in the United States.
2009-02-13 Dell drags Linux-ARM combo into Wintel PC
The Dell Latitude E4200 and E4300 laptop computers run a version of Linux as an "instant-on" OS running on hardware with flash memory that is separate to the main Windows Vista or XP OS running on an Intel Core2 Duo processor.
2007-12-13 Dell aims touchscreen tablet PC at Gen Y workers
Dell this week rolled out its first tablet PC, saying that businesses are ready to consider more flexible types of computers for employees who belong to the twenty-something group or the so-called Gen Y
2008-04-01 Sub-$1,000 Dell notebooks get Blu-ray drive
Dell announced it has added a Blu-ray drive to its Inspiron line of laptops that sell for less than $1,000
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
2006-11-27 Global wide-aspect laptop shipments hit 79
Wide-aspect laptop shipments in third quarter cornered a 79 percent share, with standard 4:3 ratio according for only 21 percent share, according to DisplaySearch's latest report
2009-04-20 Dell, HP boost low-end CPUs in emerging markets
Low-end CPUs are getting a big push as Dell Inc. struck a deal to sell its latest Intel Atom-based netbooks through China's top cellular carrier, and rival Hewlett-Packard rolled out a new line of thin-client computers, most based on Via's x86 processors
2007-10-09 Dell, Haier to vie for China's No. 3 PC maker
Aiming to increase their PC market share in China, a report from a Taiwan PC manufacturer claims that Dell and China's Haier have expressed their interest in acquiring China's No. 3 PC maker Founder
2008-09-26 Dell turns laptops green with LED displays
Dell Inc. announced plans to transition all of its new laptop displays to LED in the next 12 months, a major achievement in its commitment to become the 'greenest' technology company on the planet.
2015-05-06 Dell research goes full throttle for an NFV future
Dell Research is working with professors at UC Berkeley to develop reliable infrastructures that support network function virtualisation and associated applications
2007-04-27 Dell offers flash drive option in its laptops
Dell said it is offering solid-state flash drives as an option on its Latitude corporate notebooks, a move that potentially makes a better product for people on the road
2006-08-04 China laptop shipments reached 1.01M in Q2
Analysys International said that China's laptop PC shipments reached 1.012 million units in Q2 of 2006
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.
2006-08-28 Apple recalls 1.8 million laptop batteries
Apple Computer recalled 1.8 million Sony-based, rechargeable Li-ion battery packs for a number of its iBook G4 and PowerBook G4 notebook computers.
2007-04-27 Acer recalls 27,000 Sony-made laptop batteries
Taiwan-based Acer Inc. launched this week a recall of about 27,000 laptop batteries produced by Sony that could overheat and cause a fire
2006-10-03 Two more PC makers recall Sony-made battery packs
IBM and Lenovo are recalling over half a million battery packs for its ThinkPad notebook computers equipped with rechargeable Li-ion batteries manufactured by Sony.
2006-10-18 Toshiba to seek compensation for battery recall
Toshiba is considering seeking compensation from Sony Corp. for lost sales and alleged damage to its brand name caused by faulty Sony-made Li-ion batteries.
2008-12-15 The inspiration behind netbooks
Suddenly, Netbooks are all the rage. Turns out the UMPC (ultramobile) form factors were a bit too small and too expensive to make a mass market, but the Netbook is JUST RIGHT.
2006-10-25 Sony recalls batteries for Vaio notebook
Sony issued a recall of batteries for its Vaio notebook computers last week. The company revealed that the total number of its Li-ion batteries to be recalled has reached 9.6 million units.
2008-09-08 Sony deals again with burn hazard laptops
Sony is once again facing recall, this time its own Vaio laptops.
2007-06-21 Sony battery fire prompts Toshiba to up recall efforts
A legacy Sony battery pack caught fire last month and another incident happened in April, PC maker Toshiba.
2006-11-10 Li-ion battery standard up for revision
IEEE begins revision of the Li-ion laptop battery standard --the IEEE 1625--to address recent calls and to improve overall performance, as well as make laptop battery systems more reliable and robust
2006-10-30 ITC panel debates on cost-of-quality
Assessments of the total cost of quality need to take into account reliability, delivery, adherence to requirements, and the quality of the user experience, according to an executive panel at the ITC.
2006-01-09 CES: Mobility and media built into devices
Among the myriad announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show that started late last week were those in which new types of mobility is being built into mobile devices.
2006-08-29 Battery recall to cost Sony over $170 million
Sony Corp. said the cost of supporting the laptop battery recall programs of Dell and Apple Computer would likely range approximately $170 to $256 million.
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.
2007-08-14 Toshiba recalls more fire-hazard Sony batteries
Due to the continued reports of overheating batteries, Toshiba has issued another round of recalls for Sony notebook batteries that are said to be fire hazard.
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
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