Intel is showing off the next generation of its Classmate PC at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai.
The changes are mostly cosmetic, though the VIA processor is bumped up to 1.2GHz and its screen has grown from 6.5 to 7 inches.
The Clix2 is now simply the latest generation iRiver Clix, and it's on sale in iRiver America's eStore.
Name disambiguation: New video iPods are Fifth-generation (Late 2006); New iPod nanos are second-generation
Second-generation iMac G5 power supply failures
The search company grew a little less secretive at its Google I/O show, describing some particulars of its mammoth infrastructure of software and hardware.
Don Reisinger doesn't know why we should care about Google's Android platform. Should we?
Web TV network accuses MediaDefender of causing its outage and taking out a legitimate business by being overzealous in its fight against piracy.
The new 32-gigabit NAND flash chip marks a big step up from the 16-gigabit technology Intel introduced about a year ago.
Google uses a "ton" of open-source software. An insider tells how Google balances its own priorities with the demands of the open-source movement.