q&a System software exec Doug Fisher discusses Moblin 2.1's features and benefits, and Intel's overall strategy for its open-source OS.
The chipmaker plans to accelerate development (and speed) of its Atom processor, used prominently in Netbooks, according to executive vice president Sean Maloney.
Don Eigler moved a single atom two decades ago. Since then, he and IBM have taken new steps in pursuing a dream of compact, power-efficient computing.
According to online leaks, a new higher-end Atom is also joining the party, in the form of the Intel Atom N470.
Akiba Hotline originally misidentified the processor used in the Netbook from Shenzhen Weibu Electronics. The Japanese Web site has since revised the article to say the Netbook uses an single-core Atom 270.
Laptops in Japan are breaking the Netbook mold.
The general manager of Intel's mobile group says the company's next-generation Netbook technology is not delayed, refuting a flurry of reports earlier this week.
IBM's atomic force microscope now can distinguish charged gold atoms from neutral ones. Big Blue hopes that will help with nanocomputing and solar energy research.
Crave UK tries out a new set of headphones and likes what they hear.
Chipmaker has released information on its next-generation Atom processor and the beta of the Moblin 2.0 Linux operating system.