PC hardware

  • December 10, 2000 10 Dec'00

    Intel and IBM to boost processor performance

    Intel and IBM will this week separately announce new technologies and manufacturing processes to make chips that are as much as 10 times faster than...

  • December 06, 2000 06 Dec'00

    Users call time on PC renewal

    Time Computers denies reports this week that it is in refinancing talks with its backer HSBC

  • December 05, 2000 05 Dec'00

    Apple joins list of glum PC vendors

    Apple Computer is set to post its first losses for three years. Apple's news confirms it is now a buyers' market for desktop PCs. It follows revenue...

  • August 02, 2000 02 Aug'00

    Project Monterey on track

    IBM's project to produce a 64-bit version of AIX to run on Intel's Itanium processor, codenamed Monterey, appears to be on track.

    A source close to...

  • July 12, 2000 12 Jul'00

    Power boost for Windows

    Cliff Saran & Caroline Davis

    Microsoft has released the 64-bit Windows 2000 software developers kit and device developers kit, designed to help...

  • July 05, 2000 05 Jul'00

    Power-hungry users await Intel's Pentium 4

    Caroline Davis

    Intel's new Pentium 4 processor will give a performance boost for office PCs, but only for power-hungry users, according to a US...

  • May 03, 2000 03 May'00

    Experts attack Gates' new-era PCs

    The next generation of PCs will be difficult to manage because they will be over-specified for business needs, according to user...

  • March 01, 2000 01 Mar'00

    NEC prototype notebook is first to use Bluetooth

    NEC has developed a prototype notebook computer that could be the first to use the Bluetooth short-range wireless data...

  • February 23, 2000 23 Feb'00

    Radical new-look for PCs

    Lindsay Clark

    Hewlett-Packard and Compaq are set to change the face of desktop PCs with the launch of radical new designs. Both suppliers...