Open source and Microsoft continued to soak up the limelight last year, though consumers managed to steal some away.
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Indian IT services provider shuts down manufacturing business, following in the footsteps of fellow market player HCL Infosystems, as both companies seek to leave the weakening hardware landscape and focus on services.
Mobile phone shipments grew 18 percent in 2007 to 366 million over the previous year, and is expected to exceed 400 million by end-2008, IDC says.
By Eileen Yu, ZDNet AsiaImagine a supercomputer so powerful it can run 280.6 trillion calculations per second.
And the World Cyber Games committee ponders over whether to include mobile devices as an official games platform in the competition.
We all know that IT has pervaded our work and social lives, and the times have changed. But I don't remember having felt any abrupt changes; in fact, I think we gradually eased into today's "information age".
What do you look for in a server? Performance? Ease of use?
Chinese PC shipments clock 18.5 million units to tune of US$11.9 billion, outstripping U.S. market, as the Asian powerhouse continues growth path that's accelerated by ongoing economic situation in global markets, reveals new report.
Last weekend, I accompanied my husband to Sim Lim Square, a popular PC mall in Singapore, to buy a new home computer. He chose a white box PC with brand-name components, and finally settled on the best value-for-money deal after comparing prices.
I still take notes using my trusty pen and paper when I'm out attending a press conference or conducting an interview. Lugging around my ThinkPad X31--even though it's an ultraportable notebook--presents too much of a hassle.