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posted in January 2011
The StorageTek T10000C is built for the SL8500 Modular Library System, which can be expanded to 1 exabyte of storage for archiving and backup.
Fixing the 6 Series chipset design error will cause a $300 million revenue drop in the first quarter, said the company.
The government ordered the shutdown of the country's four ISPs, effectively blocking all Internet communications during anti-government protests.
Boosting share in the Japanese computer market is the goal of the alliance, which was announced the same day NEC reported a threefold increase net losses.
Worldwide revenue from mobile applications downloaded from online stores will reach $58 billion in three years, Gartner says.
The first of six university-based R&D centers, led by Stanford, will focus on visual computing in tablets, smartphones, and other consumer tech.
Tablets are driving rising interest in Google's mobile platform, which is now within 5 points of matching Apple's ranking.
The 7,200 RPM Ultrastar 7K3000 has a claimed enterprise-class mean time between failure of 2 million hours.
Simple Email Service offers AWS customers a low-cost, hosted option to on-premises or third-party email systems.
After growing more than 30% last year, electronics manufacturing services and original design manufacturing are projected to slump into single digits this year, according to iSuppli.
Radeon, ATI FirePro, and ATI FireGL graphics card drivers for Windows and Linux support the latest OpenGL spec.
The microprocessor maker delivers solid earnings, offers few details on the recent resignation of CEO Dirk Meyer.
The social network is trying to reach the majority of mobile phone users who don't have smartphones.
More than 500 customers are already using the open source hosted environment in the United Kingdom.
U.K. businesses need to hire 110,000 technology and telecom employees this year, and a half-million over the next five years.
The G-series chips compete with Intel's combo graphics-CPU processors, and are targeted toward Internet-enabled set-top boxes, thin clients, and point-of-sale kiosks.
The reorganization reflects the computer maker's push into the consumer Internet device market.
Apple announced record revenues and earnings on soaring iPhone and iPad sales, but didn't discuss Steve Jobs's medical leave.
The carrier says the $10 increase is to cover the costs of people increasingly using their devices to play games, download applications, and browse the Web.
The smartphone has too many shortcomings and users are better off waiting until Apple releases the next generation model later this year, according to the venerable consumer magazine.
Preparing to offer the Apple iPhone, the carrier is eliminating a promo that offered special phone discounts for renewing service contracts.
Business spending, particularly in the data center group, led the chipmaker to income and revenue peaks in the fourth quarter.
One more beta version is possible as developers work through the final stages of bug cleanup before final release.
The patent filing may portend that future iPhones and iPads use solar power to extend battery life.
Akorri's BalancePoint analysis software will extend NetApp's OnCommand storage and data management system with tools for improving capacity in virtualized environments.
Executives are said to be getting MySpace's financial house in order before News Corp. begins shopping the site to potential buyers.
The six-year cross-licensing agreement gives Intel access to Nvidia's full range of graphics chip patents.
Intel's recent record revenue and Advanced Micro Devices disappointing financial performance contributed to the company board's choice to seek new leadership; CFO Thomas Seifert will serve as interim CEO.
University of Glasgow scientists say their microprocessor performs tasks 20 times faster than the best desktop computer.
RIM's BlackBerry remains the leading mobile OS for smartphones, but slipped more than 4% during the last quarter, according to ComScore.
CEO Steve Jobs received his usual $1 annual salary, while Chief Operating Officer Timothy Cook received $59.1 million in total compensation last year, according to an SEC filing.
Forrester Research predicts that global spending will increase 7.1% this year, down from 7.2% in 2010, and pick up speed in 2012 to 8.7%.
With Microsoft taking Windows to ARM, Nvidia could eventually gain ground against Intel and AMD in general-purpose computing.
With Verizon expected to soon get the Apple smartphone, AT&T is making a dash for subscribers with a price cut on the older model.
Consumers flocked to retailers to buy or rent Blu-ray discs last year, eclipsing all other video entertainment, including electronic delivery.
The $3.1 billion purchase will fill a crucial gap in Qualcomm's mobile processor portfolio.
The streaming video provider is the first to get one-click access on Internet-connected TV, Blu-ray player, and set-top box remote controls.
A day after Intel unveiled a similar design, Advanced Micro Devices introduced its "Brazos" chips that combine graphics and CPU on the same die to improve performance and lower energy consumption.
The Android smartphone has a sliding Qwerty keyboard, but a smaller screen than its predecessor and no user-facing camera.
The Sandy Bridge CPUs -- i3, i5, and i7 -- include video-related technologies, such as Intel Insider, Quick Sync Video, and a new version of Wireless Display.
The business ultraportable runs AMD's new E-series accelerated processing unit, which integrates a CPU and graphics processor on the same die for higher performance.
Via Plus, an application platform which will ship with all of the company's televisions, Blu-ray disc players, smartphones, and tablets, will also be demoed at CES.