Yahoo's Stock Price Continues to Plummet

From DailyTech: It seems that Yahoo thought its stock had hit rock bottom in June of 2008 when it was trading at $23.52 per share. This price was reached after Microsoft walked away from its talk with Yahoo of a buyout.

Dell Slides Into the Netbook Market with the Inspiron Mini 9

From Laptop Magazine: After months of rumors and speculation, Dell is finally coming clean with its netbook. The 8.9-inch Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is officially on the market as of today and can be ordered now from Before purchasing you will want to check out our full review and hands-on video. We will also be showing off the new Dell netbook in a live webcast at 3 p.m. ET today.

Vulnerability Exposed in Google Chrome Beta

From Tom's Hardware: A few hours after the launch of the Chrome public Beta, security researcher Aviv Raff found a hole in the new browser. The new found flaw targets an older version of the WebKit rendering engine. Apple’s latest Safari release uses a newer version of WebKit which is immune from this specific flaw, however Chrome does not.

AMD to Announce Manufacturing Fabs Spin Off in Two Weeks – Analyst

From X-bit Labs: Advanced Micro Devices, the world’s second largest maker of x86 microprocessors and one of a few developers of semiconductors with its own leading-edge manufacturing facilities, is projected to reveal details of its “asset smart” strategy already this month. An analyst believes that the plan would include spinning off the manufacturing facilities of AMD and an investment from a middle-East group into a new company.

Sony Recalls 73,000 Vaio Laptops Due to Burn Hazard

From PC World: Sony is recalling 73,000 Vaio TZ laptops because of a possible manufacturing defect that may cause them to overheat, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday.

The recall relates to a problem with wiring near the computer's hinge, which could short-circuit and overheat in certain circumstances, perhaps burning the user.

Intel ready to announce six-core chip

From CNET ntel is expected to announce the "Dunnington" processor later this month, the first six-core processor and last of its Penryn-class chips.

Google Removes Big Brother Clause in Chrome's EULA

From DailyTech: Google will change the EULA for its Chrome web browser just days after its release, due to a handful of users spotting a provision in its EULA that gives Google a license to most anything the browser is used to create.

Blu-ray Drives Hit 8X Write Speeds

HP launches product blitz for virtualization

From InfoWorld: Hewlett-Packard has announced a broad sweep of new virtualization products along with survey results claiming that most businesses aren't making the most of what the technology has to offer.

The products include a ProLiant blade server "built from the ground up" for virtualization, four thin-client computers for virtualizing desktops, new equipment for virtualizing storage and some consulting services.

Samsung Builds Russian WiMax Network

From PC World: Samsung Electronics has built a WiMax network in the Russian cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg for local operator Startel, it said Tuesday.


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