Tom Krazit

Krazit is a reporter for the IDG News Service.

Intel forsees more capacity constraints in '06

Chip set supplies should be fairly tight during most of 2006, Intel CFO says

Intel touts its manufacturing clout

Manufacturing operation gives Intel a cost advantage its rivals can't match, CFO says

Inside Intel's D1D fab -- through the looking glass

Visitors given fleeting glimpse of Intel's most important chip-making facility

HP unveils utility services for flexible computing

Offerings provide extra computing power to users who don't wish to deploy servers just to handle temporary demand surges

TI upgrades 3G smart phone processors

TI's new processors improve performance of multimedia applications in phones

Dell unloading old PCs through retail stores

Long-time reluctance to use retail channels is changing as the worldwide leader in PC shipments experiences growing pains

Dell's interest in AMD old story with new twist

The perennial report comes at a time when both companies are at a turning point

AMD: Quad-core Opterons by 2007

The new server processor design is similar to the core used by Opteron  and Athlon  64 chips

Key ruling in Blackberry dispute could come next week

A federal judge in Virginia is expected to consider two motions in the case

Study: Security still top IT spending priority

Overall IT spending will decrease slightly, Goldman, Sachs predicts

FCC commissioner Abernathy resigns

Republican worked to limit regulation of emerging telecommunications technologies

HP Q4 revenue up, profits fall on layoff charges

Blade server revenue rose 65 percent during the period

Intel readying new Extreme Edition processor for Q1

Extreme Edition 955 appears to be the first iteration of the Presler core

Intel's latest flash chip runs faster with more storage

Intel's new M18 flash memory chip writes information three times faster than its older L18 chip

Panasonic ships 'rugged' ultralight notebooks

Toughbook T4 and W4 notebooks depart from other Toughbook models

AMD aims for four-core Opterons by 2007

Cores will be connected by new version of Hypertransport interconnect technology

Sun looks to turn back time with T1 processor

Sun hopes to recapture users by focusing on multithreading and power consumption

Intel brings virtualization to desktop chips

Support for Intel's virtualization technology expected from software companies by beginning of 2006

Update: Dell confirms disappointing Q3 results

Company continued to strengthen its services business, a top priority this year

IBM releases Cell software developer's kit

Big Blue's aim is to help developers write software and games for the multicore Cell processor

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