Eager as it might be to promote Ultrabooks, Intel has reportedly drawn the line at cutting the price of is Core processors in order to promote the devices. It's the latest in a tug of war between the chipmaker and Taiwanese vendors, according to ongoing DigiTimes reports....
Acer has announced a new 5-inch phone for AT&T — although most of the specs (internals) are expected to be midrange, it still features a full-HD display.
The device will also have an 8MP sensor for its main camera on the back.
We don’t have any pictures or pricing for the device, but it should be pretty inexpensive.
Red Hat has upped its commitment to support servers based on the ARM processor architecture, with the formation of a new partner program specifically for vendors of 64-bit ARM hardware for the data center.
Kaspersky Lab has appointed a new business development manager for Australia and New Zealand, charged with expanding the company’s partner base in the region, as the company pursues an aggressive growth strategy for the ANZ market.
Lenovo is looking to set up shop in America but don’t expect your next ThinkPad computer to sport a Made In The USA sticker just yet.
IBM offloaded its computer business to China-based Lenovo in 2005. This brought harsh criticism upon IBM, a shining example of American success. But soon Lenovo will be able to advertise something long forgotten by American computer companies Dell and HP.
There is a serious battle going on in the Business Intelligence (BI) market between traditional BI platform vendors and aggressive, innovative data discovery vendors, with big money and critical market share at stake. A recent report from Gartner has identified what could be a generational shift in BI technology.
It was always clear Q4 would be difficult for HTC, as the company continues to struggle to make itself heard in a space dominated by its Android OEM rival Samsung, but exactly how difficult has been made clear today: the Taiwanese smartphone maker has posted its lowest profit in eight years, according to Bloomberg.
HTC said unaudited Q4 net income was $1 billion Taiwanese dollars ($34 million)
The nation's number two telco Optus has achieved one of its first exclusives with Taiwanese handset manufacturer HTC, unveiling plans to exclusively launch the company's Incredible S handset on its mobile network from the 1st of May -- although pricing for the device has yet to be released.