Intel wants to always be ahead of what software demands.
Security experts around the globe are currently trying to unravel a mysterious networking error that saw Web traffic to sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube rerouted to Chinese servers.
Intel's Xeon has just graduated to the new 32nm process.
HP wants to be in touch with the young and hip.
Today we have Keith Curtis returning for a new discussion on Linux. Curtis spent 11 years as a Software Design Engineer at Microsoft before examining Linux and the open source side of things, which resulted in...
Tell AMD what you might do with 48 cores and you could have your plans realized!
Steve Ballmer has said Microsoft is "betting the company" on cloud computing. He also offered some very interesting numbers with regards to how much of the company is focusing on cloud-related projects.
The Atom to help you serve files.
This SSD has the SLC for your serious needs.
It's the Intel processor for critical missions.
IBM will today launch its new Power7 processor along with systems based on the chip.
Are we ready for high-capacity RAID solutions for our backup needs? Today we're looking at an external device from Highly Reliable Systems that connects to your machine through a single eSATA interface and...
Claiming a worlds-first product, LG has out a Blu-ray burner into a new NAS machine.
We're big fans of media servers, and HP's MediaSmart boxes have consistently impressed us. Of course, every time we look at a configured machine, the comments light up with DIY suggestions, so we went that...
The Diskeeper Corporation claims that its technology can prevent HDD fragmentation.
IBM is building a new supercomputer based on its Power7 processor.
Seagate joins the SSD fray with Pulsar.
We think that today's top of the line SSDs are very fast relative to what we're accustomed to using from years with magnetic storage. But if for some reason that's still not fast enough for you, there's...
Cray Inc.'s AMD-powered Jaguar system has snagged the coveted title of fastest computer in the world.
HP has announced a $2.7 billion acquisition of networking company 3Com.
It's like a summer blockbuster. Sorta.
Gmail users experience service issues throughout the weekend.
The latest version of Ubuntu Linux, 9.10, has just been released.
Los Angeles is replacing GroupWise with Google Apps.
A new Asus supercomputer uses 960 Nvidia cores.
Sun Microsystems today said it would lay off a further 3,000 employees because of the delays in closing the deal with Oracle.