In order to better compete with Google's Android operating system in the netbook market, Microsoft is preparing a version of Windows 7 specifically for netbooks.
The Cuban government has developed its own Linux-based operating system in order to eliminate Windows from all computers within its borders.
Nvidia announced today that it's SLI technology would now be available for use on Intel branded X58 motherboards.
Microsoft has given Nvidia's new Ion platform its seal of approval. Nvidia also confirmed that its new computing solution will be seen in small desktops starting this spring.
Nvidia, the company behind some of the worlds top performing video cards, is rumored to have an x86 processor in the works.
Steve Wozniak, whose engineering skills help put Apple on the map, has taken a position as Chief Scientist with startup Fusion-io.
The six largest disk makers on the planet have decided on a universal encryption standard that will be used on all storage drives, both disk based and solid state.
LG Display has signed a five year contract with Apple which will see the display maker provide LCD screens for wide range of Apple's products.
According to a patent filed by Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo would give gamers the option to watch games unfold like a movie instead of playing them.
While they won't be on the same scale as other major update rollouts, Valve is will soon tweak two classes in its smash hit Team Fortress 2.
IM Flash Technologies, a joint subsidiary of Intel and Micron, has starting production on 34nm, 32 gigabit multi-level cell flash chips.
With Intel Core i7 processors and X58 motherboards now in the hands of boutique computer makers, several companies now have Nehalem offerings ready for launch day.
After years of exclusively using Nvidia SLI graphics technology in its laptops, Alienware has revealed a new 17-inch powerhouse with ATI Crossfire graphics at its core.
While the Mac Mini may have been left out of recent Apple announcements, the small, book-sized computer will see a refresh sometime in the very near future, according to AppleInsider sources.
According to the Microsoft blog "Engineering Windows 7," the next version of Windows will tone down and streamline the User Account Control that so many Vista users are frustrated with.
During Ceatec in Japan this past week, ATI said that it expects to see DirectX 11 GPUs based on a 40 nm manufacturing tech sometime next year.