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Panel Makers Show Off AMOLED Advances

Panel makers in the Far East are wandering around marking out territory on their latest battleground. Not content with the measly number of letters in the acronym OLED, the Koreans and the Taiwanese are... More...

DVD Dispute Burns at PC Makers

After quietly heating up over recent months, the battle over next-generation DVD formats boiled over Thursday, as Dell and Hewlett-Packard assailed Intel and Microsoft, which have lined up in the opposite camp. ... More...

Game makers pursue serious concerns

Glucoboy, a glucose meter that can be connected to a Nintendo GameBoy, will be available for kids with diabetes this spring. SuperCharged!, released last year, helps physics students understand electromagnetism; Virtual U, released in 2001,... More...

AMD Opteron Gains Support from Memory Makers

One of the world's most known memory experts – Transcend – released its new registered PC3200 memory modules for server applications in general and AMD Opteron-powered solutions in particular. Transcend's new 1GB PC3200 memory modules... More...

Sun: More PC makers warm to Java

After signing similar deals with Dell and Hewlett-Packard earlier this year, Sun Microsystems announced Tuesday that several other PC makers will begin shipping machines loaded with its Java software. The distribution agreements with Acer, Gateway,... More...

Mobo makers seek to bundle Athlon 64 for sale

In view of the potential short supply of Athlon 64 processors, first-tier Taiwanese motherboard makers are negotiating with Advanced Micro Devices to bundle their motherboards with AMD's new-generation processors for sale in the retail market,... More...

A subdued tone for cell phone makers

The communications market is still waiting to see a little daylight. Although a few companies are reporting signs that business is improving, most makers of cell phones and related equipment are showing little... More...

Laptop makers mobilize Pentium-M models

PC manufacturers are coming out with a slew of new notebooks containing Intel's Pentium-M processor, and executives claim that goes a long way toward improving the laptop experience. Dell Computer, IBM, Hewlett-Packard... More...

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