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Microsoft Delays WinHEC

Microsoft has delayed WinHEC until the fall of 2008, in response to "industry feedback." The conference will be supplemented throughout 2008 by "a series of technology-specific events that are designed...

AMD Outlines Plan to Pay for ATI Acquisition

Advanced Micro Devices said on April 23 that it will offer $1.8 billion worth of debt to banks and other financial institutions, as a way of funding its acquisition...

Intel Chops Dual, Quad-core Prices Almost 40%

In the midst of a price war with AMD, Intel announced its own substantive price cuts for its high-end Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad microprocessors over the...

IBM Announces 160-Gbits/s Optical Transceiver

IBM has developed a prototype optical transceiver capable of 160 Gbits/s, the company is expected to announce this week. The optical transceiver is eventually expected to form the heart of...

IBM Shrinks Cell Chip to 65 nm

IBM has begun manufacturing a smaller, 65-nm version of the Cell microprocessor, the company said March 12. /zimages/6/28571.gifClick here to read more about IBMs 65-nanometer manufacturing. The Cell is the heart...

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