Users suspect that the radiation emitted from airport scanners has permanently affected the Kindle’s electronic ink display, although other culprits might include a static electricity charge. Amazon has refuted the claims, saying that many Kindle users have travelled through airports without suffering any problems.
Condé Nast, everyone’s favorite magazine producer that is fading into irrelevancy, is teaming up with HP to push magazine content to your printer whenever the publisher darn well feels like it.
Hewlett-Packard’s CEO Meg Whitman said last week that she wants to make a decision on the fate of HP’s personal systems division by the end of the month.
“Now, I know that HP has disappointed investors in recent quarters, and we’re not happy about it,” Whitman said on a conference call with reporters.
The new iMacs all have Intel quad-core processors, which had been available as an upgrade to the standard dual-core processors of the previous generation. Apple said the new models are up to 70 percent faster.
The Jack PC from Chip PC Technologies offers a neat and novel thin-client desktop computing solution where the computer doesn’t just plug into the wall, it is the plug in the wall.
Bunnie Huang is no stranger to absolutely ridiculous legal claims concerning trying to hack an Xbox.
After dismantling the city’s data center and moving it three times to avoid hurricanes, the IT team for the city of Altamonte Springs, Fla., decided to try a different approach.
This system is a high-quality rival to Skype and other low-cost providers. The product will be available next month, and can be pre-ordered on Cisco’s website.
New PCs could start in just seconds, thanks to an update to one of the oldest parts of desktop computers.