From X-bit Labs: A new specification for the popular Serial ATA storage interface will double the maximum transfer speed from 3Gb/s to 6Gb/s. This will provide an interface with data rate that will be enough to feed the forthcoming hard disk drives (HDDs) and solid state drives (SSDs).
|From X-bit Labs: On the eve of the Intel Developer Forum, at an August 15 press conference, AMD Senior Vice President Randy Allen said these 45-nm processors will ship in the fourth quarter of 2008, which means that some of AMD's OEM partners could have early systems for sale by the end of the year...|
|From PC World: After enduring a two-year dip in customer satisfaction scores -- and even being bested by rival Yahoo Inc. last year -- Google Inc. came roaring back in 2008 to score the highest customer satisfaction marks ever recorded in the annual University of Michigan American Customer...|
|From CNET News.com: Intel is working on future technology that is capable of understanding human behavior and pointing people to the appropriate course of action.
Mobile devices of tomorrow will be smaller, yet equipped with more powerful computing capabilities, and enjoy platform-wide power...
|From CNET News.com: Mobile-phone makers are already feeling the pinch in the U.S. market of an economic slowdown amid tough competition.
U.S. mobile-handset sales were down 13 percent in the second quarter compared to the same quarter in 2007, NPD Group said in a study released Tuesday.
|From DailyTech: Apple is known for developing stylish and intuitive products. Among these well working products was its .Mac service which simplified web hosting, email, and online storage for Mac users. So when the new MobileMe service was rolled out as essentially a free replacement upgrade to...|
|From PC World: Dell cannot register "cloud computing" as a trademark because the term is a generic one describing services offered by many companies, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has said in an initial ruling.
In denying Dell's application, the USPTO included dozens of news stories...
|From PC World: Microsoft Corp's Xbox 360 beat Sony Corp's PlayStation 3 in Japan weekly sales for the first time two weeks ago, riding robust demand for a recent Xbox 360 title produced by Namco Bandai Holdings, a magazine publisher said.
Microsoft sold 28,116 units of the Xbox 360 in the week...
|From CNET News.com: On Monday, CEO John Riccitiello sent an open letter to Take-Two chairman Strauss Zelnick saying that EA's existing offer to acquire the smaller game manufacturer for $25.74 per share would officially expire just before midnight Eastern time on Monday. It sounds like EA is simply...|
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