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AMD turns profit following jump in chip sales

IDG News | 2006.01.19 13:46

Intel Corp.'s poor performance in the last three months of 2005 turned out to be good news for rival chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices Inc., (AMD) which on Wednesday reported better-than-expected financial results for the period. With sales of AMD's microprocessor division increasing nearly 80 percent from the previous year, the company reported revenue of US$1.84 billion.

Microsoft downplays Windows Wi-Fi 'anomaly'

IDG News | 2006.01.19 13:44

A design flaw in Windows XP and Windows 2003 systems with built-in wireless capabilities could be exploited by hackers to lure Wi-Fi users into connecting to malicious wireless networks, according to Microsoft Corp., which recently completed an investigation of the issue.

Rambus renews lawsuit against Micron

IDG News | 2006.01.16 12:36

A Delaware judge has lifted a stay in an ongoing lawsuit between Rambus Inc. and Micron Technologies Inc., allowing Rambus to file new claims and to proceed in its patent infringement suit against the Boise, Idaho, memory chip maker.

IBM making more blade moves in retail space

IDG News | 2006.01.16 12:35

IBM Corp. plans to unveil a server, storage, networking and software bundle based on its BladeCenter servers targeting the retail market Monday. Known as the Systems Solutions for Retail Stores, the bundle follows similar packages IBM has already announced for the banking industry and small to midsize businesses.

Seagate shipping 160G-byte laptop drive

IDG News | 2006.01.16 12:34

Seagate Technology LLC has begun shipping a 160G-byte hard-disk drive for use in laptop computers, it said Monday.

Microsoft issues patch for Vista OS build

IDG News | 2006.01.16 12:34

Microsoft Corp. has issued a patch for a preliminary version of its Vista OS for the same graphics-rendering problem that raised concerns about current versions of the Windows OS earlier this month.

Taiwan legislature takes on Microsoft

IDG News | 2006.01.16 12:33

Taiwan's legislature has passed a resolution asking the government to reduce its purchases of Microsoft Corp. products by 25 percent this year, a further sign the world's largest software company is running into resistance in Asia.

AOL buys video search engine

IDG News | 2006.01.11 12:40

As consumer demand for online video swells, America Online Inc. (AOL) announced Tuesday that it has acquired Truveo Inc., a provider of video search, to boost its capabilities in this area, considered one of the hottest segments of the search engine market.

Microsoft patches two critical vulnerabilities

IDG News | 2006.01.11 12:39

As part of its monthly security updates, Microsoft Corp. Tuesday released patches for two critical vulnerabilities in its products. The more serious of the two flaws is a remote code execution vulnerability affecting Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server products.

British student's Web site nears $1 million in ad sales

IDG News | 2006.01.11 12:38

When 21-year-old British student Alex Tew needed to raise money to pay for his university, he came up with an idea many might dismiss as wishful thinking: raise US$1 million by selling 1 million pixels worth of advertising space on his Web site for $1 each.

Sharp to speed up LCD factory expansion

IDG News | 2006.01.11 12:28

Sharp Corp. is planning to increase production at its two LCD (liquid crystal display) factories in Japan in response to anticipated soaring demand for flat-panel LCD televisions over the next few years, it said Wednesday. The company also expects to report record sales in 2006.

Court gives first nod to Sony BMG settlement

IDG News | 2006.01.09 13:56

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is praising a U.S. District Court judge's preliminary approval Friday of a settlement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment over two widely-criticized copy protection programs found on an estimated 15 million music CDs.

Intel bringing life to channel surfers with Viiv

IDG News | 2006.01.09 01:53

If you're a producer for a third-rate variety television show, you're not going to like PCs with Intel Corp.'s Viiv logo, according to the head of the company's digital home group.

Google's Page launches video download service at CES

IDG News | 2006.01.07 13:51

As expected, Google Inc. launched a new video download service during a keynote by co-founder and President Larry Page at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Friday.

iPod, LCDs best sellers at top U.S. tech stores

IDG News | 2006.01.06 13:49

Holiday sales at top U.S. technology retailers over the past few weeks sparkled, with iPod music players and LCD (liquid crystal display) displays leading the charge, executives said Friday.

Sony's Stringer seeks balance for copy-protection

IDG News | 2006.01.06 13:48

The recent controversy over a copy-protection system employed on music CDs from Sony BMG Music Entertainment proved to Sony Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Howard Stringer the need to carefully balance the needs of customers and the rights of artists, he said this week.

Fight between Blu-ray, HD-DVD bad for everyone

IDG News | 2006.01.06 13:43

The drive to replace DVD technology with newer discs boasting greater storage capacity has come down to two major competing formats, and the coming marketplace battle will be bad for companies and users, the head of a major U.S. technology products retailer said Friday.

Microsoft shuts down Chinese blogger's site

IDG News | 2006.01.06 02:54

Microsoft Corp. has blocked the site of a Chinese blogger critical of the government, raising sharp questions from its own employees over how far the company should go in abiding by restrictive laws used to curtail free speech and press in the communist country.

WMF flaw can't wait for Microsoft fix, researchers say

IDG News | 2006.01.02 13:33

Users of the Windows OS should install an unofficial security patch now, without waiting for Microsoft Corp. to make its move, security researchers at The SANS Institute's Internet Storm Center (ISC) advised on Sunday.

Google to be default search on Opera mobile browsers

IDG News | 2006.01.02 13:30

While rumors of Google Inc. buying Opera Software ASA haven't proved true, the pair have extended their relationship. Opera will include a Google search item on the opening pages of Opera Mini and Opera Mobile, the browsers designed for handheld devices. Opera filed a short statement regarding the one-year contract to the Oslo stock exchange on Thursday.

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