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Sun: 2008 'tipping point' for solid-state drives

This year will be a tipping point for solid-state drives as the performance and reliability finally measure up for server suppliers like Sun Microsystems.

By June 4, 2008

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Power outage at Hynix's fab. Now all eyes on chip prices

The recent earthquake in China has taken a toll on a Hynix fab. Will that change what consumers pay at retail?

By May 20, 2008

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RAMBUS: The battle over hold-ups in industry standard setting

In the past two weeks, two new decisions have issued in the Rambus line of cases. The litigation involving Rambus's participation in standard setting for next generation DRAM technology, and Rambus's subsequent attempt to hold up the industry, has had a

By April 30, 2008

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Live blog of Apple's second-quarter earnings conference call

Keep checking back for live updates of Apple's earnings conference call as executives discuss the company's breakout quarter.

By April 23, 2008

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Thanks, Rambus

Glaskowsky offers a tribute to Rambus, which has done so much for the community of computer-industry pundits.

By March 31, 2008

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After 38 years, a new type of memory to hit market

Phase change memory could actually make its debut later this year. It's only taken decades to wring out the problems.

By March 31, 2008

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Is Wall Street still smoking dope when it comes to Apple?

One noted Wall Streeter says Apple can beat the odds of meltdowns all around and finish up the current quarter in fine fettle.

By March 20, 2008

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Apple's MacBook refresh ... not so fresh

Apple's recent MacBook refresh didn't add much to the product line. What's Apple missing?

By March 3, 2008

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Security glitch exposes OS X account passwords

A new OS X vulnerability, which Apple has not yet fixed, lets an attacker snatch the password from an account that's currently logged in.

By February 28, 2008

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Disk encryption may not be secure enough, new research finds

Microsoft's BitLocker, Apple's FileVault, and Linux's dm-crypt won't protect your data in many circumstances, including having your computer locked with a screen saver.

By February 21, 2008