Bing Goes Live, Some Bloggers Shocked to Find Porn



From PC World: Microsoft's new search engine Bing is now live, two days ahead of schedule, available for anyone to use. The world has already been taking the latest search engine for a test drive to see what they think of the successor to Live Search. So far the general consensus...

Psion, Intel settle 'Netbook' trademark dispute



From CNET News.com: However, British PDA maker Psion registered a trademark for "Netbook" in a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 1996. The company, which is now called Psion Teklogix and is based in Canada, introduced a handheld device called the NetBook Pro...

Google Unveils New Digital Book Sales Program



From DailyTech: Print publications like newspapers and magazines are finding that the digital age is making it hard for traditional printed media to compete. Consumers can get the same news online faster and free in most instances. The traditional printed book is still doing well...

APH Networks Reviews: V-MODA Vibe II



When Bart Simpson in the episode Simpsons Bible Stories starts dreaming and sees himself as King David, he discovers that his 'oldest friend Methuselah' (Who is presented by his grandpa Abe Simpson) has been stabbed in the back, and dies in front of him. Bart then asks Grampa...

Intel: Atom is Eating into Celeron, and That's OK



From Tom's Hardware: These days when someone is in the market for a portable computer, the choices now include netbooks. Most casual internet users mainly surf the web according to their interests and keep communicate via email and social networking sites.

With netbooks being...

Total Sales of Microsoft Xbox 360 Reach 30 Million Units



From X-bit Labs: Microsoft Corp. said Thursday that its Xbox 360 video game console has reached life-to-date sales of 30 million units. While the company is tangibly ahead of its main rival – Sony PlayStation 3 (about 22 million) – Nintendo Wii (about 50 million) is unreachable...

Dell's net income dives 63 percent in Q1



From InfoWorld: Dell on Thursday reported a 63 percent fall in net income during the first quarter of 2010, triggered partly by reduced PC sales and a restructuring charge related to cost cutting.

The company posted net income of $290 million for the quarter ending on May 1...

Intel's Lynnfield Expected to Ship in Late August



From PC World: Intel's upcoming Lynnfield processor will be in the spotlight at the Computex exhibition in Taipei next week, as hardware makers and computer vendors gear up for the release of the chip later this year.

Lynnfield is a successor to Intel's current line of Core i7...

Qualcomm, Freescale say 'smartbooks' to rival Netbooks



From CNET News.com: Qualcomm and Freescale Semiconductor are ready to begin pushing a category of devices that they say are cheaper, lighter, and more connected than Intel-based Netbooks.

And just to make sure that the difference is crystal clear, both companies are calling...

HP, IBM Share Top Spot in Server Market



From DailyTech: The consumer computer market isn’t the only place where computer sales are hurting. In the enterprise, space sales of server systems are dropping as well. Businesses are holding off on upgrading servers as profits aren't able to keep up with traditional upgrade...
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