Computex, the world's second-largest computer show, expects to open its doors to 140,000 visitors in Taipei, Taiwan.
At the Computex show in Taiwan, Intel and AOpen are showing off a Mac Mini-like concept computer called Pandora.
Sanyo and Tmsuk have developed guard robots which can communicate problems or irregularities via cell phones.
Steve Ballmer gives a ringing endorsement to the first computer released by China's Lenovo Group following its purchase of IBM's PC business.
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs spreads the news of the addition of Intel inside Macs.
Microsoft was ordered to offer a version of Windows without a bundled media player last year.
Mayors from around the world met at U.N. World Environment Day 2005 in San Francisco last week to create a plan for a sustainable urban future.
The Dell Laser Printer 1100 is so inexpensive it could kick off a price war for low-cost home and business printers.
IBM's Blue Gene/L can perform 70.7 trillion calculations per second, keeping its claim as the fastest supercomputer. Images: The world's fastest supercomputer
HP targets the low-end while Acer rides its Ferrari in their new Turion 64-based laptops.
Google Earth begins with a satellite view of the world. You can control the world with your mouse.
Java founder James Gosling, Souheil Saliba (Sun VP of strategic alliances) and IBM's Robert LeBlanc.
Christopher Bergland, a three-time Triple Ironman champion recommends some MP3 players designed for athletes.
A new photolithographic process creates inkjet printheads on a single unit for new HP lineup of printers.
Tadpole and Naturetech have been making notebooks based on Sun's UltraSPARC processors for several years, but now they have the full blessing of Sun.