Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Sharp has announced a 5" slate-format device running Ubuntu 9.04.
Industry sources claim that Nokia is looking to release a netbook based around the ARM processor family.
Freescale has unveiled a range of concept designs for "smartbook" systems - devices based on the company's ARM processors that sit between smartphones and netbooks.
Sales of Mobile Internet Devices based on Intel's Menlow platform have been significantly lower than the company has predicted - but Intel claims it's nothing to worry about.
Archos is planning to update its Internet Media Tablet range with a new ultra-slim device running Google's open-source Android OS.
Intel has completed work on getting an Asus Eee PC to boot into a fully-functional version of the Fedora Linux OS in just five seconds flat, and is making the technology open for all.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel is still banging the MID drum, but it's not good news when demos are unconvincing and devices are uninspired.
IDF FALL 2008: Anand Chandrasekher said that Moorestown is on track for 2009/2010 and shows off silicon for the first time.
Mobile internet devices based on the open-source Linux operating system are expected to account for 23 percent of the market by 2013 according to analysts.
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker showed off a Moorestown PCB at the end of his keynote. It's smaller than a credit card!
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker said this morning that Intel will deliver Mobile Internet Devices to market within 60 days.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
We round up this year's CeBIT tradeshow looking at the best of those that didn't make our news feed last week. We've got products from Akasa, Asus, BFGTech, CoolIT, Cooler Master, Corsair, Gigabyte, Lian Li, MSI, OCZ, Seasonic, Tagan, Zalman and more!
CeBIT 2008: Dolby Mobile is a new standard initiative to get mobile sound extra Dolby features and a better quality.
CeBIT 2008: Intel demonstrates its new Atom and Centrino 2 brands during its press conference.
On one hand Intel offers an ultra low power, ultra tiny 45nm single core processor, on the other a 2Bn transistor quad core behemoth with 30MB of on-die cache!