Arm 's new Cortex A9-MPCore design for a cellular processor with up to four cores aims to deliver better performance to smartphones and mobile devices while consuming minimal battery life.
A group of seven companies including Mozilla, Arm and MontaVista Software are hoping to grow the market for a relatively new device category that sits in between a smartphone and a laptop.
AT&T announced yesterday that it signed an agreement with IBM to serve as the company's provider of outsourced telecommunications and network management services -- an assignment previously handled by IBM's own services division.
Fans of '80s teen comedies know San Dimas as the Los Angeles suburb that's the hometown for the lovable dimwits of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.
For the second time in two months, Microsoft has rolled out fixes to improve Windows Vista's speed and reliability.
Microsoft will take another crack at blending social networking with digital music next month with the release of new Zune music players and a renewed campaign to promote song sharing.
The Federal Government yesterday announced a further seven broadband providers have been approved under the $163 million Australian Broadband Guarantee.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (GST) has announced new enhancements to its Partners First worldwide channel program, a program designed to make it easier for partners to facilitate sales and a way for them to increase overall revenue opportunities.
Resource provider, Intersell, has announced a new drop ship solution as an addition to its ecommerce toolkit, Tech-Link4U.
NSW-based audio visual distributor, Image Design Technology (IDT), has signed two deals with display vendors, Planar and Premier Mounts.
Altech also has picked up distribution rights to graphics card vendor, EVGA. Altech MD, Antony Sheen, said EVGA, known in the industry for its factory-overclocked GPU and memory products, would play a key role in Altech's efforts in the high-end gaming market.
Victorian distributor, Westan, has inked a deal with UK-based hardware vendor, New Medium Enterprises (NME).
Sydney-based Altech Computers has inked a distribution deal with Taiwanese motherboard manufacturer, VIA.
Future mergers remain very much on the cards, according to ComputerCorp chairman, Domenic Martino. The Perth reseller cemented a place at the tier-one table last week after joining forces with Melbourne's Leading Solutions.
Seven years after it was acquired by Westcon Group, LAN Systems is adopting the name of its parent company. The new moniker is expected to be adopted on March 1, 2008. The rebranding will enable the specialist networking distributor to access global Westcon marketing and reseller programs.
Anti-virus application vendor Symantec found a total 212,101 new malware variants over the first months of 2007, an astonishing 185 per cent increase over the second half of 2006, totalling an average of well over 1100 unique samples arriving per day.
Microsoft has amped up its antipiracy campaign, adding a program that targets large customers that need to "get legal" after being fingered for using counterfeit or illegally-applied volume licenses.
Embattled Queensland distributor, Cellnet, is in the midst of comprehensive vendor reviews and has boosted in-house marketing in an attempt to steady the ship.
Macquarie Hosting, a division of Macquarie Telecom, has been selected by Software as a Service (SaaS) company Authentium to host its anti-malware software updates for BigPond.
Security vendor, Attachmate, has hired Kevin Van Gils as its southern region manager for its NetIQ products.
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