Report: Macworld Out, CES 2010 in for Apple

From DailyTech: DailyTech previously reported that Apple was leaving Macworld, and would not be attending the trade show in 2010. The announcement sounded rather strange, as Macworld is built entirely around Apple and has always been Apple's podium for big announcements.

Now there...

AMD Unveils ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4000 Series Graphics Cards

From X-bit Labs: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4000 family consists of seven solutions, targeting enthusiast-class, thin high-performance laptops as well as thin-and-light systems. There are three chips in the family at the moment: Mobility Radeon HD 4800, Mobility Radeon HD 4600 and...

YouTube launches platforms for Congress

From CNET News.com: President-elect Barack Obama embraced YouTube when he started broadcasting his weekly address in both audio and video form, so it may have only been a matter of time before the Congress followed suit.

YouTube in conjunction with Congress on Monday launched two...

MSI to sell MacBook Air rival with Intel Pentium chips

From InfoWorld: Micro-Star International (MSI) plans to sell a laptop in its X-Slim series with a high-powered Pentium chip to better compete against Apple's ultra-thin MacBook Air.

The company showed off its first X-Slim device, the X320 netbook, at the International Consumer...

Chrome Gets Deadline for Mac, Linux

From DailyTech: Mac and Linux users anxious to run Google’s Chrome browser now have a hard deadline for when that will be possible: the middle of 2009.

“That's what we've been hoping for,” said Chrome product manager Brian Rakowski, in an interview, describing both efforts as...

Dell Announces New XPS, Inspiron Notebooks

From DailyTech: Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show 2009 in Las Vegas, Dell kicked things off with the announcement of a new luxury brand, Adamo, and a new desktop the XPS 625, with performance fueled by AMD's Dragon platform. It also announced a number of key notebooks to...

Microsoft: Blu-Ray Support Is Not a Requested Feature

From X-bit Labs: The current situation of the economy around the globe requests makers of popular devices to build-in more functionality into their products to stay competitive, however, this does not seem to be true for Microsoft Xbox 360 and Blu-ray format.

Even though our market...

Instant-on PCs set to take off with netbooks

From InfoWorld: Many of us spend too much time watching the Windows boot screen, but that could change as companies introduce small laptops that boot in a few seconds.

Quick-boot capabilities have lingered on the horizon for years, but could finally take off in small form-factor PCs...

No New Xbox Because "Faster" and "Prettier" Doesn't Cut It

From PC World: Don't look for Microsoft's Xbox "Next" anytime soon, says company President Robbie Bach. According to Bloomberg, Bach says Microsoft's planning to sticky by the Xbox 360 longer than the original Xbox because "it's getting harder to persuade consumers to upgrade."

What...

Intel to bring out chip for lower-cost thin laptops

From CNET News.com: Intel will bring out a new Core-architecture processor for lower-cost ultra-thin laptops later this year, according to Intel sources at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The processors will distinguish themselves by targeting a price segment below...

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