Intel: No virtual bridge from Xeon to AMD



From InfoWorld: VMware customers are getting a bit more freedom in the way they can transfer virtual machines from one Intel-based server to another, but they shouldn't hold their breath waiting for a bridge between Intel and AMD-based systems, an Intel executive said Tuesday.

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Report: T-Mobile to Announce Google Phone Sept. 23



From PC World: T-Mobile USA will become the first company in the world to announce a mobile phone based on Google's Android OS at a New York press conference Sept. 23, the New York Times reports, citing T-Mobile.

The handset was manufactured by Taiwan's High Tech Computer (HTC), the Times...

Super Talent Announces Faster, Third Generation SSDs



From DailyTech: Super Talent is bulking up its solid-state drive (SSD) family with new, third generation models. The company today announced that its new MasterDrive OX and PX SSDs feature a brand new multi-channel SATA-II controller for increased read/write speeds.

The new 2.5" MasterDrive...

Lenovo enters global server market with ThinkServer



From InfoWorld: PC maker Lenovo says it will enter the global server market later this month, shipping systems for small and medium-sized businesses.

The company's new ThinkServer computers will come in five different single and dual-processor configurations and will be available in both...

Zune 3.0 to debut with 'extra value meal'



From CNET News.com: Microsoft, which is officially releasing its Zune 3.0 software on Tuesday, is also announcing a deal to give Zune owners free Wi-Fi access at McDonald's outlets.

The McDonald's deal is important because although every Zune has built-in Wi-Fi, the devices can only access...

Hewlett-Packard to Cut 24,600 Jobs



From DailyTech: Hewlett-Packard announced plans to cut 24,600 jobs, about 7.5 percent of its workforce, over the next three years as the company begins to integrate Electronic Data Systems into its business. The company will offer lucrative severance packages, counseling and new job placement...

DRAM Production Cuts Fail to Pull up Market



From PC World: A few DRAM makers cut production last week, hoping that reducing supply might spur a price recovery, but the action is too little, too late, analysts say.

Elpida Memory of Japan and Powerchip Semiconductor of Taiwan both trimmed DRAM production last week as market prices...
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