It seems this whole Sidekick debacle is finally coming to an end. Microsoft has said the company has managed to recover "most, if not all," of the data lost.
We all knew it was coming, which is why we're all completely unsurprised by the fact that Sidekick users are filing lawsuits left and right over Microsoft-owned Danger losing all their data.
There's been quite a lot of toing and froing when it comes to Microsoft/Danger's huge, server-related boo-boo. While customers are sobbing, mourning the loss of all their data, folks are asking the same...
Here's an interesting little piece of information for Sidekick users who have had it up to the teeth with T-Mobile: if you shout loud enough, you can break your contract for free.
Cisco is really going for it when it comes to these multi-billion dollar acquisitions. Hot on the heels of its $3 billion acquisition of Tandberg, Cisco has announced plans to acquire Starent Networks for $2.9...
Alright Sidekickers, don't get too excited, but you might get your data back.
Should we really have to remind Microsoft to make a backup if the data you're trying to protect is important or you know, not yours? No, we shouldn't. Tut, tut, tut.
Yesterday we joined Intel for a live chat about Core 2 processors and vPro and today the company is hosting a second chat discussing its Xeon processor and virtualization.
Super Talent is shipping its PCIe-based SSDs next month, including the 2 TB Gamer version.
Pliant's new Lightning line of SSDs provide super fast IOPS that seem... well, lightning fast.
OTOY demonstrated its game streaming service by running Crysis on an iPhone and using AMD's latest GPU server-side.
You want your 2 TB and 7200 RPM? Now you can have it.
This one runs in a 40W power band.
Whenever we review dedicated NAS devices, readers point out that do-it-yourself projects are often much less expensive and much more flexible. Jeff Deifik explains why he built his own file server and the...
That's right, Microsoft's giving something to Linux. For free.
The Pirate Bay wants YOU!
Windows 7 to penetrate businesses quickly.
Businesses to get Windows 7 volume licenses September 1.
Three of AMD's new Opterons are energy misers.
Facebook's Vice President of Technical Operations says that new chips from AMD and Intel don't deliver promised performance increases.
Believe it or not, there was once a time when computers took up entire rooms. As you sit there, appreciating your svelte desktop, check out our complete history of mainframe computing for a look back at some of...
Opera has long been a small player in the browser marketplace. Yesterday the company launched Opera Unite in an effort to cut itself a bigger slice of the browser pie.
Istanbul is here.
This is big daddy Nehalem.
When you're using a computer, it's a whole different world than when you're working with computers at a system administrator level.
Fujitsu shows off one smoking fast processor.