MSI Launches Super Thin X-Slim 320 13.4" Notebook



From DailyTech: With the start of CES 2009 just days away, we can expect a flurry of new product announcements to flood the internet. As DailyTech reported earlier today, notebooks and netbooks are expected to take most of the limelight this year in Las Vegas.

MSI's Wind was...

Microsoft made $1.5B on 'Vista Capable' campaign



From InfoWorld: Microsoft earned more than US$1.5 billion from the sale of PCs marked as "Vista Capable" in the months leading up to the 2007 debut of Windows Vista, according to an expert's estimate.

University of Washington economist Dr. Keith Leffler pegged Microsoft's...

Lenovo Expected to Lay Off Staff Mid-January



From Tom's Hardware: Digitimes this week reported that Lenovo will be reorganizing the company around mid-January. Citing Chinese-language publication Sina.com, the company’s reorganizing will include adjustments to its business structure and layoffs. The report also said we’ll...

Lenovo Brings Wii Functionality to PCs



From PC World: Taking a page from Nintendo's Wii gaming console, Lenovo on Monday announced an all-in-one PC with a remote control that doubles as a motion-based gaming controller.

Like the iMac, the all-in-one IdeaCentre A600 combines a monitor and CPU in a thin system. It...

Freescale chip aims at 1GHz, $199 Netbook



From CNET News.com: 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.

The definition of a Netbook seems to get redefined...

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...

APH Networks Reviews: Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package



Things have changed quite a lot over one year. With the dawn of a new year, it will bring about a refreshed array of new products that the world will soon see. In the past year, we have witnessed the introduction of new products that were faster and more efficient than ever...

Microsoft Says WMP Vulnerability Not Harmful



From Tom's Hardware: In fact, Bill Gates' dominating opus labels the claim as "false" after an extensive investigation over the Christmas holidays. According to the company, the security researcher never contacted Microsoft about the vulnerability, but rather posted the report...

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.

Internet Explorer was used by 68.15 percent of Web...

Microsoft planning big layoffs for January?



From CNET News.com: 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...
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