Intel Resumes Shipments of 6-Series Core-Logic Sets

From X-bit Labs: After about one week of halted shipments, partners of Intel Corp. intend to resume shipments of personal computers based on Intel Core i-series "Sandy Bridge" microprocessors which designs are not impacted by chipset flaw. Intel will also resume shipments of its chipsets to those makers, who can guarantee the lack of core-logic-related issues.

RIM pushes WebWorks for BlackBerry, PlayBook development

From InfoWorld: Research In Motion's BlackBerry WebWorks Application Platform lets developers use standard Web tools to create applications that work like native programs on RIM's smartphones and PlayBook tablets, company officials said Thursday.

Oracle Offers File Management Package for Cloud

From PC World: Hoping to service the growing market for cloud computing systems, Oracle has packaged two file management software programs into a single integrated offering, called the Oracle Cloud File System, the company announced Monday.

Nokia E7 phone finally hitting stores this week

From CNET News.com: The smartphone that Nokia has been touting as its new "flagship" business model will finally reach consumers this week.

Following its unveiling last September and a long delay coming to market, the E7 will arrive in some stores over the next few days, with a broader launch to follow soon, Nokia announced today.

AOL to buy Huffington Post for $315 million

From CNET News.com: In a shocking post-Super Bowl announcement, AOL said tonight it has agreed to pay $315 million for the Huffington Post and form a new media powerhouse by combining the content of both organizations.

Canon Adds New D-SLR, Point and Shoot Cameras to Lineup

From DailyTech: Canon has unveiled a pair of new D-SLR cameras today that include the new Rebel T3i and the Rebel T3. Both of the cameras have some of the same common features like a new tutorial mode in the menus to help new users learn to use the cameras and take better photos.

Motorola Xoom Priced at $800, Will Reportedly Require Data Contract to Unlock Wi-Fi

From DailyTech: One of the most highly anticipated tablets that will soon be heading to the market is the Motorola Xoom. The tablet was first announced during CES and will come packing Android 3.0 "Honeycomb".

Victims of Nvidia GPU Failures Are Unhappy

From X-bit Labs: Even though Nvidia Corp., one of the largest suppliers of GPUs in the world, is providing some kind on reimbursements to those, who suffered from the problems with failed Nvidia GeForce-based notebooks, it looks like not everyone is happy. Apparently, Nvidia only provides inexpensive notebooks even to those, who acquired business-class laptops.

ARM Has No Immediate Plans for 64-Bit Chips - Chief Exec

From X-bit Labs: Even though ARM Holdings, which architecture powers microprocessors inside the vast majority of mobile phones, is trying to enter the market of servers, the company does not seem to have plans to add a crucial feature for such systems: 64-bit capability.

Are you affected by Intel's P67 recall?

Yes, I just got a Sandy Bridge based computer :(
36% (61 votes)
No. Woot.
64% (107 votes)
Total votes: 168

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