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ultra-low-cost notebooks

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Are you buying ultra-low-cost notebooks yet? Well, someone is

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.

By September 10, 2008

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AMD CEO discusses plan to compete with Intel Atom chip

Advanced Micro Devices has its eye on the ultra-low-cost notebook space.

By July 17, 2008

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SanDisk: Windows Vista not optimized for solid-state drives

SanDisk says Windows Vista is not optimized for solid-state drives, which will cause a delay in the roll-out of optimized drives.

By July 21, 2008

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Windows XP era draws to a close

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.

By June 16, 2008

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'Atom' means Intel is serious about smallness

The branding strategy means Intel will aggressively develop and promote silicon for small devices. But this isn't the PC industry.

By March 3, 2008

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Intel Diamondville shuns dual-core

Notebook processor will part ways with Intel's multicore-centric strategy of the last few years.

By February 26, 2008

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Intel super-sizes Pentium 4 chip

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.

By August 22, 2000

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The week's news: Tech's the talk of the Hill

The House passes a compromise bill to allow more skilled foreigner worker visas while also advancing controversial Net content rules.

September 26, 1998

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Compaq tapping AMD, Cyrix

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.

By January 6, 1998