Advanced Micro Devices' next-generation core is designed to maintain its lead over Intel.
Apple calls its new 13-inch MacBook "the world's most advanced consumer notebook."
Sony has announced a fully functioning pocket-size PC and a Blu-ray-enabled notebook available for sale this summer.
IBM and Fuji Photo devise system that can hold 15 times more data than most popular types of magnetic tape on the market today.
Construction of world's largest hydroelectric power project will be completed nine months ahead of schedule.
RIAA is suing XM Satellite Radio over recording devices which store up to 50 hours of programming.
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A look at the 13-inch MacBook, the newest member of Apple's family of Intel-based laptops.
The Hannover upgrade of Lotus Notes will include Workplace office-productivity applications.
Is it an escaped ceiling fan? Nope. It's a remote-controlled flying reconnaissance robot.
The Berlin Air Show is where military and civilian airplane shoppers can see everything from drones to Airbuses.
One Walkman phone includes motion sensor and fitness software programs to track exercise while a person listens to music.
GameTap is bringing back Cyan's "Uru Live," in large part because of the passionate community that kept Uru alive for two years on its own.
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