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2006-08-21 Thai kids to test One Laptop Per Child machines
More than 500 children in Thailand are set to receive low-cost laptop computers in October and November for quality testing and debugging as part of the One Laptop Per Child program.
2007-01-08 SanDisk, Samsung to replace laptop HDD with flash
SanDisk Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd are battling over NAND flash memory.
2006-07-19 Flash-based SSD to boot out HDD in laptop computers
Hard disk drives may face legitimate competition in the mobile computer mass storage market from flash-based solid state drives, particularly in laptop computers according to In-Stat.
2005-08-30 Control your PXI/CompactPCI system from a laptop computer
National Instruments announced that engineers can now directly control a PXI/CompactPCI system from a laptop computer using its new ExpressCard MXI and PCMCIA CardBus interfaces
2000-11-28 Bus switch applications for laptop computers, memory modules, analog/digital video and datacom circuits
This application note shows common applications, such as laptop/desktop computers, memory modules, ADC video and datacom circuits, for the Pericom family of bus switch products.
2005-09-23 Avnet, Atmel, Battery Tech develop laptop computer batteries
Avnet Electronics Marketing, a division of Avnet Inc., and Atmel Corp. in conjunction with Battery Technology Inc.'s internal engineering department, created a new line of batteries for laptop computers that rely on Atmel's AVR line of microcontrollers. The AVR features RISC-based processor core and low power 8-bit flash memory microcontroller.
2006-01-30 U.N. to back $100 laptop, says report
The U.N. is expected to endorse an idea for a hand-cranked $100 laptop computer to be issued to millions of schoolchildren around the globe
2007-05-22 One Laptop Per Child reaches classroom in Uruguay
One-hundred-sixty students at a public elementary classroom in Uruguay have been the latest recipients of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, according to an AP report
2007-09-18 OLPC laptop price soars to $188
One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) leaders admitted Sept. 14 that the then proposed $100-laptops are now slated to cost $188 when mass production begins, according to an Associated Press report
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
2009-02-06 Is it possible to build a $20 laptop
Like the OLPC's XO laptop, the Sakshat has lofty goals. But several reports have raised the obvious question: Is it possible to build a laptop for that price
2007-05-08 India eyes production of world's first $10 laptop
India plans to introduce laptops that would cost $10, $90 cheaper than Negroponte's OLPC notebook PCs.
2007-04-30 For the meantime, $100 laptop costs $75 more
The founder of the "$100 laptop" project revealed that the machine for now costs $175 and it will be able to run Windows in addition to its homegrown, open-source interface
2008-01-15 Ex-OLPC CTO cooks up $75 laptop
Former OLPC CTO Mary Lou Jepsen, now CEO and CTO of Pixel Qi, is pursuing the $75 laptop just days after leaving her position at OLPC, where she designed many of the XO's advanced technologies
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
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
2008-08-22 Timing device extends laptop's battery life
Parade Technologies has released the DP606 DisplayPort mobile PC LCD timing controller at this week's Intel Developers Conference in San Francisco, California.
2003-12-08 Detron power supply supports laptop units
The CAR120-19 switching power supply from Shanghai Detron Electronic Co. Ltd provides 19V of continuous output power for portable computers
2007-07-02 AMD, Intel elevate rivalry to laptop arena
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) and Intel Corp. are pulling neck-and-neck in the race to define the core high-end silicon for notebook computers
2007-10-03 VIA, QSound Labs solution enhances sound in Vista PCs
VIA Technologies Inc. and QSound Labs Inc. have partnered to deliver a sound system for Windows Vista based multimedia, personal and laptop computers.
2003-05-06 Samsung selects Agere's networking chips
Samsung Corp. has chosen Agere Systems' WaveLAN wireless networking chips for use in selected current and next-generation laptop computers.
2005-01-25 Nanosys signs to support Sharp in fuel cell project
Nanosys Inc., the nanotechnology startup forced to call off an IPO in 2004, has agreed to develop nanotechnology-enabled fuel cells with Sharp Corp.
2007-10-30 Manufacturing glitch delays OLPC laptops
OLPC budget laptops have run into a manufacturing glitch, and the production delay could likely impact the "Give 1 Get 1 program," organizers said last week.
2009-12-30 Li-ion batteries boast improved electrode materials
Panasonic Corp. has developed two new 18650-type high-capacity Li-ion battery cells for use in laptop computers and environmentally-friendly energy technologies.
2002-06-11 ICC expands line of safety circuits for batteries
International Components Corp. has expanded their line of safety circuits for Li-ion batteries, enabling greater flexibility.
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.
2002-04-23 Cooper fuses hike ampere ratings
The Cooper Bussmann 6125TD Brick fuse series from Cooper Electronic Technologies feature ampere ratings of 10A, 12A, and 15A, and are suitable for use in laptop computers that require higher time delay ampere ratings.
2005-09-06 Atmel LG Electronics partner on DMB extension laptops
Atmel Corp. and LG Electronics Inc. disclosed a family of laptop computers with digital multimedia broadcast (DMB) based on Atmel's ATR2740 DAB baseband processor.
2008-03-10 500Gbyte mobile hard drive ships for laptops
The world's first 500Gbyte, 2.5-inch mobiles HDD from Samsung Electronics have begun shipping to laptop makers and OEMs
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
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