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Intel executive admits devices haven't been good enough to justify an upgrade, but says the company's new processor will get things moving.
Microsoft is taking a chance by comparing Surface RT with the iPad. The comparisons -- even those listed by Microsoft -- aren't that favorable. Originally posted at News - Microsoft
The European Commission is spending 5 billion euros to coordinate and advance the processor industry in Europe. The goal: a fifth of worldwide manufacturing.
Designed for 802.11ac wireless, the new 5G chips are being targeted for entry-level devices. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
Its PC-making rivals may be hurting, but Lenovo is turning in record results as evidenced by its latest quarter and fiscal year.
Tesla is proving that a U.S. electric car company can succeed. It paid off a $465 million loan nine years early.
Hewlett-Packard is thinking a lot more about Android these days. CEO Meg Whitman focused on new Android products during the company's earnings conference call.
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The tech research firm believes 78 million PCs will ship with touch by 2016, up from 4.6 million in 2012.
The board urges shareholders to vote "yes" for the bill when they meet to place their ballots on May 31. Originally posted at News - Mobile