The merged division will not be called the Printing and Personal Systems Group.
There is a new startup that is developing a multicore architecture IP that promises up to 4,096 RISC processing cores on a single die.
Sources claim that HP will announce its plans to merge its Imaging and Printing Group with its Personal Systems Group.
That's one way to avoid raids.
Company will start distributing dividends and buying back shares in the second half of this year.
PC microprocessor sales climbed to $10.9 billion in the fourth quarter of last year, up 1.8 percent sequentially, and up 14.2 percent.
AMD's new FirePro V3900 is the company's low-profile, entry-level workstation graphics card. It's priced to compete against Nvidia’s Quadro 400. Today we're putting it up against Nvidia’s Quadro 400 and...
Removing printed toner on paper, similar to how we use an eraser to clear pencil writing, is not something entirely new, but there has never been a feasible approach for the mass market.
A new broadband data consumption report released by IDC that concludes that there is a "ravenous appetite for online data" that "has some network administrators reaching for the Pepto-Bismol."
The bankruptcy filing of Elpida may set the stage for a rebound of the DRAM industry.
The HPC Advisory Council said that it is offering developers of high-performance computing applications an opportunity to test their software free of charge on Nvidia Tesla M2090 GPUs.
Jimmy Wales named as an unpaid adviser to the Government.
The popular software solution for remotely accessing computers now has a free plan, allowing for a single remote connection to a PC or Mac.
Lantronix announced the xPico, which the company claims is the world's smallest embedded device server.
We got our hands on one of Thecus' eight-bay N8800PRO storage appliances for the purpose of taking Open-E's Data Storage Software V6 out for a test drive. Read on as we set up, manage, and benchmark this...
Lenovo is recalling 50,500 ThinkCentre M70z and M90z AIO desktops over a fire hazard issue.
Intel's vaunted Sandy Bridge architecture has finally made its way to the company's dual- and quad-socket-capable Xeon processors. We got our hands on a pair of eight-core Xeon E5-2687W CPUs to compare against...
There is a new agreement between AMD and GlobalFoundries that transfers AMD's remaining 8.8 percent ownership in the foundry to ATIC.
GlobalFoundries has been chastised by AMD's new CEO Rory Read for the production problems that limited the availability of 32 nm processors.
Intel has reserved $100 million for investments in hardware, software and services companies that are focused on in-vehicle applications.
Expect the bankruptcy filing of Elpida to result in higher prices for DRAM in the second half of the year.
Wonder how long that will take?
Those waiting for something new and impressive from RIM will have to wait until BB10 arrives.
Western Digital (WD) and Toshiba announced that the two companies have reached an agreement under which WD will sell certain 3.5-inch manufacturing and distribution assets.
Adaptec today said that it will be demonstrating an interface capable of reaching a sustained data rate of 6600 MB/s.
GlobalFoundries apparently has agreed to purchase DRAM maker ProMOS.