At the AMD Taiwan Embedded Forum this week, AMD added new processors and a new chipset to its embedded roadmap. New CPUs include the high performance AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core processors TL-56 and TL-62...

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Customers of Alltel Corporation and Verizon Wireless can now access AOL's popular instant-messaging service by using cell phone text messaging. To activate, users can simply send a blank text message to "AIMAIM". The service makes...

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Apple Incorporated is expanding the free educational content available on its online iTunes Store in a new category called "Beyond Campus" within iTunes U, a free service which Apple has offered to universities since 2006...

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With the launch of Advanced Micro Devices Incorporated's Athlon X2 BE-2350 and 2300 processors on June 5th, AMD will debut its new naming scheme for its product lineup. The new naming scheme designates the first...

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AOL is expanding to India with a new portal (in the English language) since "India is one of the world's fastest-growing online markets, and our India portal will help us compete for users and advertisers...

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Microsoft is constantly expanding VirtualEarth, the engine behind Live Search Maps. The software giant's latest move is with GlobeXplorer, an aerial and satellite imagery provider. GlobeXplorer's images will be integrated into Virtual Earth within the...

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The California Supreme Court has ruled that individuals - such as bloggers - who use the Internet to distribute information from another source may not be held to account if the material is considered defamatory....

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BSkyB is preparing to expand its internet phone service, according to a report in The Times. The newspaper said that Sky hopes to "shake up the market" for internet-based VoIP telephony. Sky has not released...

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IBM has announced that they have released five new software programs as well as services and training, which are related to service-oriented architecture. This allows companies to build virtual bridges across previously unrelated computer data,...

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ATI Technologies said Tuesday it has expanded its family of multimedia graphics cards with All-In-Wonder X800 XL. The new addition is designed for both U.S. and European customers and provides both relatively high performance in...

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Microsoft said Tuesday that it is expanding its Windows XP Starter Edition to include Mexico, with plans to eventually offer the low-cost operating system throughout Latin America. The software maker said that...

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When it launched its "Windows Genuine Advantage" pilot program in September, Microsoft Corp. was hoping 20,000 customers would opt into the voluntary program, via which Microsoft checks whether customers are running counterfeit copies of Windows....

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Digital Bridges to continue to provide development, distribution of mobile versions of top EA franchises. Electronic Arts Senior VP Gerhard Florin announced today at the European Games Network (EGN) in London that...

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In an effort to generate more money from advertising on content sites, Google has begun letting any Internet publisher host a search on its website and collect revenue from advertiser-sponsored search listings. The program, AdSense...

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MMP beta title game managers in-game four more hours. According to the official World of Warcraft Web site, effective Monday, June 7th the in-game support will be open four hours earlier. GM...

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Apple Computer, Inc. has updated its iBook Logic Board Repair Program to include coverage for additional models. According to Apple's site, the following models are now eligible for this program: iBook (16 VRAM) iBook...

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Intel will offer 64-bit CPUs that can also handle 32-bit apps. An all-64-bit-computing world just took a significant step forward, and your upgrade path to that world just got a lot less...

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Dell on Monday began revealing its plans for the enterprise virtualization market, disclosing an expanded partnership with VMware Inc. Dell will use VMware software to enable single physical servers to act as two or more...

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Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it would kick off its Xbox Live online gaming service in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore in April, making inroads into Asian markets dominated by Sony's PlayStation 2 console. The...

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Loss-making chipmaker Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd said on Thursday it would start producing chips with faster processing speeds for U.S. tech giant International Business Machines Corp. The agreement, which expands Chartered's partnership with...

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The Inquirer is reporting that later this year a major update to Sony's popular memory format "mini-disk" will be released. This new version will give up to 40 hrs of capacity,a huge increase...

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Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday will turn up the heat on Intel by releasing a desktop chip and three notebook processors. AMD's Athlon 64 3400+ processor largely will be aimed at high-end...

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The European Commission widened its probe into Microsoft Corp for anti-competitive practices on Thursday, asking computer hardware makers for details of their licensing deals with the software giant. Competition regulators at the European Union's executive...

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Publishing software giant Adobe Systems plans to announces a new electronic forms application that appears to be aimed at Microsoft's upcoming InfoPath product. The as-yet unnamed product, which Adobe plans to introduce...

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A previously secret licensee of SCO Group's Unix intellectual property has revealed its identity: Unix leader Sun Microsystems. SCO's Unix licensing plan got a major boost of publicity in May when Microsoft announced...

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