Straight out of the counterintuitive files, a new IDC report projects double digit PC growth despite a funky global economy. The savior: inexpensive notebook computers.
Advanced Micro Devices has its eye on the ultra-low-cost notebook space.
SanDisk says Windows Vista is not optimized for solid-state drives, which will cause a delay in the roll-out of optimized drives.
Love Vista or hate it, it will soon be the only Windows game in town for most computer buyers. News.com's Ina Fried takes a look at the dwindling options for those who want to buy XP.
The branding strategy means Intel will aggressively develop and promote silicon for small devices. But this isn't the PC industry.
Notebook processor will part ways with Intel's multicore-centric strategy of the last few years.
The company's upcoming Pentium 4 will be more than twice as big as the Pentium III and approximately 28 percent bigger than anticipated, an increase that will boost Intel's manufacturing cost.
The House passes a compromise bill to allow more skilled foreigner worker visas while also advancing controversial Net content rules.
The PC maker announces a slew of new consumer computers, including its first desktops with an AMD processor and its first notebooks Cyrix and AMD chips.