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Novell has announced that Micro-Star International, a manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions based in Taiwan, is pre-installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 on MSI's low-cost mini-notebooks.
A new processor line-up from Nvidia Corp hopes to spawn a new class of fast, small devices with long battery life that can surf the full Internet, play high-end games and display high-definition video.
In the midst of the growing trend by computer makers to develop smaller, low-price machines, Dell has announced that it too will begin offering its own trimmed-down netbooks.
Intelâ€™s strategy to develop small, low-cost devices that connect to the Internet is leading the company to blaze some interesting new trails.
Intel Corp. announced the availability of bigger screens and more data storage capacity for its low-cost Classmate PCs Wednesday. The enhanced features will position the Classmate PCs to better compete with products from Cambridge, Mass.-based rival One Laptop per Child organization (OLPC). The new PCs will begin selling this month for $300 to $500.
Intel Corp, the worldâ€™s largest chipmaker, is looking to create a new market by releasing five new Atom microprocessors and a collection of chips designed for portable gadgets that access the Internet and for other uses.
Intel Corp plans to release a new line of microprocessors aimed at satisfying the growing need fueled by mobile Internet devices.
Intel Corp Chief Executive Paul Otellini revealed advanced microchips for portable devices and home electronics at Mondayâ€™s Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, sensing a new growth opportunity as its main processor market matures.
Intel Corp. said on Tuesday it is combining its desktop and notebook microprocessor architectures, as the world's largest chipmaker focuses on boosting the power efficiency of its chips.
For decades, computer performance has been driven largely by the increasing numbers of ever-smaller transistors squeezed into the machines' silicon brains. With each generation, speeds jumped and prices dropped.
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