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Top DRAM makers post massive losses

Less cash means weakened chip makers may be unable to upgrade production lines

Netbook pioneer to stick with Windows in 2009

Asustek sees the first quarter of 2010 as a better opportunity for non-Windows OSs, such as Android, in netbooks

Nortel gets extension of bankruptcy protection

The Canadian telecom equipment maker now has until at least June to refine its restructuring plan. Find out what the creditors told an Ontario commercial court judge

Win 7, Snow Leopard could give graphics chip a spark

Apple's Snow Leopard and Microsoft's Windows 7 could stimulate the demand for PCs and graphics chips.rn

Lost laptop valued as much as a Mercedes-Benz

New study uncovers surprising financial repercussions of lost and stolen notebooks

Strong growth projected for digital signage in 2009

Even in a downturn, businesses still need to get the word out and increasingly, that means digital signage

Ayava to bring Aura to the channel

Networking vendor expects an increase in its channel base because of the new products

Atom netbook chip propels Intel to top of market

Intel gained sharply over rival AMD in the microprocessor market

Seagate discovers hard drives and ice don’t mix

After 100 days buried in an ice rink the company's YouTube experiment comes to an end

Hardware vendors aim to cut costs with new Xeon

IBM, HP, Dell building low cost Xeon servers

New Xeon to give Intel a turbo boost

This release places pressure on rival AMD to execute on roadmap

Video: HP launches Xeon powered

New Z Series will enable productivity gains that cover the purchase cost in months, HP claims

New Avaya CEO shifts focus towards Nortel

Kevin Kennedy takes over for Charles Giancarlo

Nvidia countersues Intel for breach of contract

Nvidia wants to sell chipsets compatible with Intel's latest Nehalem chip

HP sees early signs of stronger demand for PCs

Vendor witnesses signs of spending on computers, but not a full-scale recovery

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