LG, Samsung Set to Storm Onto OLED Market with 14", 15", 31" Displays

From DailyTech: OLED technology has been hailed for a couple years now as the future of digital display. OLED and its various derivatives have managed to live up to some of this hype in the mobile electronics market, but in the TV and display market they remain a rare and seldom seen species. In fact, to date only one manufacturer -- Sony -- has launched an OLED TV. And Sony's 11-inch XEL1 was a wallet-breaker priced at $2,500.

Intel spells out Core i3, i5, i7 branding

From CNET News.com: Intel has spelled out its branding for the upcoming Core series of processors including the "Lynnfield" and "Clarksfield" chips. The chipmaker also said that "Centrino" will be phased out as a PC brand.

In a post Wednesday on Intel's Web site, spokesman Bill Calder wrote that the branding will be "simplified into entry-level (Intel Core i3), mid-level (Intel Core i5), and high-level (Intel Core i7)."

Report: Nvidia's Tegra Bags Zune HD Deal

From Tom's Hardware: The rumors have been flying around for hours and PC Perspective claims to have known since speaking with Nvidia back in June, at Computex but was unaware that people might actually want to know that Tegra has its first major design win.

OCZ Technology Unveils New Active Cooling Solution for Memory Modules

Nvidia in Discussions with Globalfoundries over Manufacturing - Chief Executive Officer

From X-bit Labs: The chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., Jen-Hsun Huang, said in an interview that his company was discussing possibilities to manufacture its graphics processing units and logic chips at Globalfoundries, a joint-venture between Advanced Micro Devices and Advanced Technology Investment Company.

Dell diversifies with pre-configured server bundles

From InfoWorld: Dell on Wednesday said it would offer pre-configured systems for enterprise customers looking to get server environments up and running quickly.

The fixed configurations include servers, storage modules, and software that are pretested and can be deployed in hours, Dell officials said. The offerings are a diversification from Dell's traditional built-to-order business model, in which customers typically specify configurations before ordering.

The iPhone 3G S Wait Goes On--May Get Longer

From PC World: Apple appears to be playing games with shipments of its new iPhone 3G S to customers who ordered online. Earlier promises of "delivery by June 19" have been replaced by "delivery by June 22." Meanwhile, downloads of iPhone OS 3.0 updates, promised for today, have apparently not yet begun.

Adobe earnings, sales drop in second quarter

From CNET News.com: Income dropped 41 percent to $126.1 million, or 24 cents per share, from $214.9 million, or 40 cents per share, a year ago. Sales fell 21 percent to $704.7 million from $886.9 million in 2008's second quarter.

iPhone OS 3.0 wide release coming Wednesday

From CNET News.com: Many of the iPhone's long-awaited features will finally become reality Wednesday when Apple rolls out iPhone OS 3.0.

Current iPhone owners can download the software from iTunes for free, and iPod Touch users can get it as well, but for a fee of $9.95, just like the last OS update. What time exactly, we don't know yet. Apple will only say iPhone OS 3.0 will come out sometime Wednesday.

Google considers request to boost privacy

From CNET News.com: You may not know this but you can set Gmail to encrypt your session data by default to protect it from being sniffed over the network.


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