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DRAM glut driving up chip capacity

The DRAM glut is causing companies to speed up technology development and sell chips with higher capacities

Lenovo redesigns ThinkPad for the SMB market

Three new models in its SL series of ThinkPad notebooks offer reliability and multimedia functionalities

Report: Steve Jobs’ health issue not life threatening

Apple CEO Steve Jobs quashes health rumours after Apple stock takes a hit

‘World’s cheapest laptop’ now available

The Impulse NPX-9000 laptop costs just US$100, but is only sold in units of 100 laptops

Typhoon may interrupt Eee Box launch

Typhoon Fung Wong may delay Austek's launch of the desktop version of its Eee PC

Microsoft to buy data-warehouse appliance vendor

Acquisition will allow Microsoft to compete with other data-warehousing solutions

The hosted services opportunity is untapped in the SMB, says Primus

The telco's research shows SMBs are under serviced when it comes to hosted infrastructure services

Managed services isn’t a channel panacea, says Kaseya

IT automation software Kaseya says managed services are a growth opportunity, but partners should be flexible with their models

Is a red iPhone in Apple’s future?

Plus, how frequent are users checking e-mails and will MSI work with LG?

HP folds Calgary-based Voodoo PC business unit

The Canadian business unit's high-end gaming PCs will be sold as part of HP's expanded consumer offerings

Microsoft veteran to be CEO of Juniper

Just days after leaving Microsoft as head of its online group, Kevin Johnson is tapped to head Juniper

Cisco to buy home-network software vendor

Networking vendor Cisco has announced plans to acquire Pure, a home networking software company, for US$120 million

On the road with the iPhone 3G

The iPhone GPS is no toy...finding the nearest Tim Horton's is an essential service

Intel takes on embedded market with Atom chip

Chip vendor Intel is developing new x86 chips to put in devices ranging from consumer electronics to mobile phones

Human and computer intelligence starting to merge

Nanoscale chips may enable machines to work inside people

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