Freescale chip aims at 1GHz, $199 Netbook

From CNET The ARM chip architecture-based i.MX51 processor is designed to enable "low-power, gigahertz performance netbooks at sub-$200 price points," according to Freescale, formerly Motorola's chipmaking arm.

Lenovo W700ds Dual Screen Notebook Officially Starts at $3,663

From DailyTech: Lenovo introduced the ThinkPad W700 series back in August 2008. The beast of a laptop was a desktop replacement sporting a 17" frame, Intel Penryn-based processors, NVIDIA Quadro graphics, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, and support for dual HDDs. One of the most unusual features, however, was the option of a built-in WACOM tablet for graphic artists which took up a large portion of the palm rest area.

APH Networks Reviews: Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package

What's your new year's resolution?

800x600, 1024x768, or some other "legacy" resolutions
2% (6 votes)
1280x1024 per monitor
6% (21 votes)
1600x1200 per monitor
5% (16 votes)
1280x800 per monitor
8% (27 votes)
1440x900 per monitor
11% (36 votes)
1680x1050 per monitor
27% (90 votes)
1920x1200 per monitor
21% (69 votes)
2680x1600 per monitor
5% (18 votes)
I got a weird multi-monitor combo of the above
11% (38 votes)
I have some resolution that's not listed
4% (15 votes)
Total votes: 336

Microsoft Says WMP Vulnerability Not Harmful

IE Lost Share to Firefox, Safari and Chrome in December

From PC World: Web sites saw visitors deserting Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser in favor of Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Google's Chrome in December, according to Web analytics company Net Applications.

Microsoft planning big layoffs for January?

From CNET Mark January 15 in your calendar: Rumors of layoffs at Microsoft peg that as the day the bad news will come.

The latest to report on the possibility of layoffs at the software giant is the blog Fudzilla, which puts the number of job cuts at 15,000, or nearly 17 percent of Microsoft's worldwide operations. The January 15 date is a week before Microsoft's second-quarter earnings report, scheduled for January 22.

Unlocking the iPhone 3G - or maybe not

From CNET CrunchGear, for one, posted a graphically enhanced, QuickPwn-focused spin on jailbreaking the iPhone and making use of the Yellowsn0w instructions from the Dev-Team Blog. Way at the bottom, though, it points out that "this is all in beta and there is no guarantee of success." It follows with this note:

Dell Reorganizes, Leaves Some Executives Out

From DailyTech: Dell announced this week that it would be reorganizing its global management structure to focus on four customer groups. The reorganization has left some executives looking for work according to CNET News.

Dell will organize its management operations into groups for big businesses, government, and small-medium business. Dell already had a global consumer group.

A-Data Launches New SSD RAID Enclosure


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