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Intel has announced that it will be cutting its financial outlook for the fourth quarter of 2011 due to the PC hard drive shortages that are currently affecting the entire PC industry.
The current hard drive shortages caused by the flooding of plants in Thailand will cut into the PC shipment numbers in the first quarter of 2012, according to a new research report.
While the current PC hard drive shortage will start to get better early in 2012, an analyst at IDC says that the supply of hard drives won't fully recover to pre-Thailand flood levels until 2013.
The recent flooding in Thailand has had some impacts upon the availability of hard drives for all computer manufacturers, except Apple, it seemed. Now, even the Cupertino company cannot source drives.
Western Digital has announced it has resumed production of hard drives in one of its Thailand plants after the building was shut down for a number of weeks due to flooding in that country.
A new report claims that the rise in PC hard drive prices due to flooding in Thailand might actually go down in December as hard drive shortages don't appear to be as bad as first thought.
Massive flooding in Thailand, the worst in 50 years in that country, could cause shortages in hard drive supplies for the next several months as some hard drive makers shut down operations.
Authorities in Thailand have finally ended a ban on the popular video website YouTube. The ban, initiated five months ago, was prompted by controversy over a video clip deemed insulting to Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej;...
Thailand's army-backed government is considering suing Internet video-sharing site YouTube over clips it deemed insulting to King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Thailand is upset about videos insulting the monarchy, a serious crime in the country that carries...
Thailand's military-appointed government has blocked access to on-line video-sharing Web site YouTube after owner Google Incorporated declined to withdraw a video clip mocking the country's revered monarch. Communications Minister Sitthichai Pookaiyaudom ordered a block of...
I just recieved this from AOL..."Dear Beta tester We are now recruiting Beta testers to help us test the AOL Thailand Preview TOD. TOD stands for Tool On Demand. When...
Microsoft has slashed prices on Windows XP and Office in Thailand, a move that could curb the spread of the Linux operating system in the country. Microsoft last week announced plans to join...