New, better memory chip may replace flash, HDD

New, better memory chip may replace flash, HDD

Flash memory and hard-disk drives could face a challenge from a new chip technology, dubbed phase-change memory, being developed by...

December 11th, 2006 Dan Nystedt

The 25 worst tech products of all time

The 25 worst tech products of all time

16. Comet Systems Comet Cursor (1997)Thank Comet Cursor for introducing spyware to an ungrateful nation. This simple program had one...

September 7th, 2006 Dan Tynan

The 25 worst tech products of all time

The 25 worst tech products of all time

We spend most of our time talking about products that make your life easier or your work more productive. But,...

August 3rd, 2006 PC World

Sandisk to buy rival M-Systems for US$1.6B

Sandisk to buy rival M-Systems for US$1.6B

SanDisk Corp. will acquire competing flash memory developer M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd. for US$1.6 billion, the two companies said...

July 31st, 2006 Martyn Williams

HP, IBM set to launch servers on Intel

HP, IBM set to launch servers on Intel

Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM Corp. are poised to launch new servers based on Intel Corp.’s latest dual-core Xeon processors. The...

June 8th, 2006 Shelley Solheim

Crosswalk launches storage grid

Crosswalk launches storage grid

Crosswalk, the data protection management vendor, has introduced its grid storage product. The iGrid 5100 comes as two to eight...

May 24th, 2006 Chris Mellor

HP, IBM set to launch servers on Intel’s dual-core chips

HP, IBM set to launch servers on Intel’s dual-core chips

Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM Corp. are poised to launch new servers based on Intel Corp.'s latest dual-core Xeon processors. The...

May 23rd, 2006 Shelley Solheim

Blu-ray PCs coming in June

Blu-ray PCs coming in June

Sony Corp. will begin selling its first personal computers with Blu-ray Disc drives in Japan in June, the company said...

May 16th, 2006 Martyn Williams

Product hits

Product hits

Microsoft tools link Office with ERP, CRM appsA new set of integration tools from Microsoft Corp. will more tightly weave...

March 16th, 2006 ComputerWorld Canada staff