Motion pushes ahead with new Tablet PC design

Motion pushes ahead with new Tablet PC design

Motion Computing Inc. unveiled its latest Tablet PC design Tuesday, hoping to light a fire under a PC category that...

May 17th, 2005 Tom Krazit

IDC reports wireless LAN market boom

IDC reports wireless LAN market boom

IDC has attributed soaring growth across the wireless LAN (WLAN) market to a rapid adoption of broadband technology by consumers...

April 5th, 2005 Tim Lohman

CEBIT : Faster ExpressCards on tap for PC expansion media

CEBIT : Faster ExpressCards on tap for PC expansion media

A new standard for PC expansion cards is starting to appear in notebooks, bringing wider bandwidth and standards compliance practices...

March 10th, 2005 Tom Krazit

Wi-Fi gaining foothold in the Philippines

Wi-Fi gaining foothold in the Philippines

Less than two years after its commercial rollout, wireless fidelity, or Wi-Fi, has already made a “breakthrough” in the local...

November 23rd, 2004 Grace S. Clavecilla

Dell, HP introduce new notebooks

Dell, HP introduce new notebooks

The top two PC vendors worldwide, Dell Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co., released this week new notebooks designed to be attractive...

July 28th, 2004 Tom Krazit

Wi-Fi security still spotty

Wi-Fi security still spotty

In addition to being faster than their predecessors, new Wi-Fi-certified 802.11g wireless products promise better protection from snoops, thanks to...

July 6th, 2004 Sean Captain

‘Industry-wide’ memory flaw appears confined to HP

‘Industry-wide’ memory flaw appears confined to HP

The notebook memory-module flaw that Hewlett-Packard Co. identified last week as having the potential to cause problems for all notebook...

July 1st, 2004 Tom Krazit

AMD launches new mobile, desktop Athlon chips

AMD launches new mobile, desktop Athlon chips

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. extended its line of Athlon 64 processors Tuesday, rolling out three new mobile chips and a...

January 5th, 2004 Scarlet Pruitt

Intel debuts cheaper mobile chip

Intel debuts cheaper mobile chip

Intel Corp. introduced Celeron M on Monday, a lower-cost version of its nine-month-old Pentium M Centrino mobile technology processor chip,...

January 5th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce