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HP, Dell Ride Next Wave of TV

ORLANDO—Gateway Inc. may have thrown in the towel on making TVs, but competing PC makers are still eager to plug their boxes into living...

Lenovo Thinks Small

Lenovo Group LTD is pitching a new low-price ThinkCentre desktop in an effort to gain more of a following in the small business market. The...

HP CEO Produces Some Answers

ORLANDO, Fla. —Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd acknowledges that his companys customer account services need improvement. Speaking to about 4,000 Hewlett-Packard Co. customers at the HP...

Pings & Packets from eWEEK Labs – 23

Thinkpad Z60t Is Stylish, PowerfulTalk all you want about the new features packed in Lenovos ThinkPad Z60t, but the first thing everyone wants to...

Googles Got GAIM

Sean Egan, Google Inc.s latest high-profile hire, up until a few weeks ago was lead developer of software to simultaneously use multiple IM accounts. But...

Digital Content Is the Next Big Thing for PCs

NEW YORK—Sleek hardware, such as Apple Computer Inc.s new iMac G5 and video iPod, Hewlett-Packard Co.s Digital Entertainment Centers and slim Pavilion 7210n, and...

Intel Offers Key to Digital Home

NEW YORK—Intel Corp. is working to open the door to the digital home. The chip makers Digital Home Group is architecting new hardware platforms and...

U3 Smart Drive Redefines Mobile Computing

I spend a lot of my time in eWEEK Labs looking at portable computing devices. Recently, though, Ive been playing with a U3 "smart...

Linspire Pitches to Education Vertical Market

Intentionally or not, Linspire Inc. may be trying to become the "Education Linux" distribution. The San Diego-based desktop Linux software maker, formerly known as Lindows,...

Samsung to Pay Up in Chip Price-Fixing Case

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has agreed to plead guilty to computer-memory price fixing and to pay a $300 million fine in a settlement with...