An upcoming Intel Atom chip may blunt the growth of tablets based on the widely used ARM processor--with the possible exception of Apple, according t... read more »
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Hewlett-Packard will unleash a business ultraportable with Intel's most power-efficient Sandy Bridge processors and USB 3.0 ports, according to repor... read more »
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We may be basking in the waning sunlight of tax-free Internet shopping. ... read more »
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Beware: The New York Times reported that the man who operates DecorMyEyes.com racked up scores of complaints but that Visa and Mastercard did littl... read more »
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A Chinese embargo on rare earth elements is causing a dramatic spike in the price of materials, which is expected to lead to a jump in high-tech prod... read more »
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The search for people in the tsunami-ravaged areas of Sendai, Japan is almost impossible if you're overseas. Here's my brief account. Let me preface... read more »
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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said Tuesday he could prove that new Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker was involved in a scheme to steal intellectual prope... read more »
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Inside of Google's newest smartphone is a lot of solid, though fairly standard-issue hardware. One item on the outside of the phone raises a few eyeb... read more »
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RIM&39's BlackBerry PlayBook. (Credit: James Martin/CNET) Research In Motion may be planning to release the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet as early ... read more »
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(Credit: HP) Don't expect all the big announcements to end at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. Hewlett-Packard will be hosting a special W... read more »
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Intel compares chip performance at CES 2011. (Credit: James Martin/CNET) Intel unveiled its long-awaited new line of desktop and laptop CPUs at i... read more »
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It was back in 2003 that our sister site first wrote about the immi-merce trend, noting the increasing prevalence of businesses catering to immigrants... read more »
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Intel is using its technology know-how to pave the way for safer football helmets with the goal of reducing serious injuries on the field. (Credit:... read more »
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More than 90 percent of open-source installs at the Flisol event were done on laptops or Netbooks. (Credit: Johanna DeBiase) BUENOS AIRES, Argenti... read more »
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Do men and women who work in IT see their jobs and career opportunities differently A new survey from IT staffing firm Technisource finds some dispar... read more »
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For a company with more than $2.3 billion in annual earnings and $9.1 billion in revenue, it has been shockingly fashionable to write off eBay. The c... read more »
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The FBI has arrested another person in the ongoing investigation into the sharing of insider information with investors by consultants working for... read more »
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WikiLeaks promised its latest release of classified documents to the Internet would be its biggest to date, and the resulting backlash ratcheted up... read more »
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Oracle has amended its patent-infringement lawsuit against Google over Android and provided line-by-line comparisons in its exhibits. In its tweake... read more »
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Mathematica 8 can solve mazes. (Credit: Wolfram Research) Wolfram Research has released Mathematica 8, bringing some rudimentary human-language s... read more »
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