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Intel eliminates the lead from its chips

Intel Corporation has announced it will stop using lead in its upcoming microprocessors, starting later this year with the lead-free Penryn line of processors made using a 45-nanometer process and 65nm lead-free chips following next... More...

LCD TV Pioneer Sharp Loses Market Lead

According to market research companies iSuppli and NPD Group's DisplaySearch, Sharp is no longer the world's leading maker of flat-panel TVs since rivals surpassed the Japanese company in unit shipments last year. Both research companies... More...

Lead PHP developer quits

One of the lead developers of the PHP Zend Engine, as well as a lead developer for the thread safety system and other core components of the PHP project, has quit. The developer, named Jani... More...

Revolution will take lead in 2010

Nintendo's upcoming console, named Revolution, is expected to overwhelm the gaming industry. It is favourite to win the next-gen console battle against Xbox 360 and Playstation 3! Similarly, Thomas Runte, a self-proclaimed analyst who frequents... More...

Microsoft Takes Lead in PDA Shipments

Microsoft Corp.'s software platform for personal digital assistants took over the market lead from PalmSource Inc. for the first time in the third quarter, according to market research released Friday. Microsoft's Windows CE operating... More...

Study: U.S. to hold onto tech lead

The United States will stay at the helm of the global technology scene for years to come despite the rise of Asia as a tech manufacturing powerhouse, according to a U.S. government-funded study. ... More...

Dell Reclaims PC Sales Lead

In a still-tepid personal computer market, Dell Computer Corp. reclaimed the top sales spot in the first quarter, but progress by Toshiba signaled that 2003 may prove to be the year of the notebook. ... More...

ATI, Nvidia battle for speed lead

The speed race in the graphics chip market will enter another leg next month, which has ATI Technologies likely to announce a new chip and the first products using Nvidia's GeForce FX set to go... More...

Maxtor CEO resigns to lead Selectron

Hard drive maker Maxtor announced Monday that its chief executive, Mike Cannon, is stepping down to take over as CEO at manufacturing giant Solectron. The resignation is effective immediately, according to... More...

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