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What if you could keep Windows stored entirely in RAM?
Forget Siri. I want Watson.
You may be able to get rid of the last sets of cords for your notebook and phones within 2 years.
Samsung wins in Japan after heavy blow of US loss.
Nvidia appears to be regaining trust from analysts - not so much because of its Kepler discrete graphics cards, but a general sentiment that Tegra 3 will succeed and drive revenues.
Turning off pixels you don't need can save substantial power consumed by an OLED display.
Positive news about the U.S. patent system today is a rare find, but not all hope is lost.
Asetek has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against CoolIt, which should have some interesting implications for the liquid cooling technology field.
There are several ways to show common Word, Excel, and PowerPoint file formats in Chrome, the most elegant being the Document viewing App that is offered via the Chrome Web Store.
Microsoft has just been granted a patent covering ad-hoc wireless connections for portable devices.
Mobile DRAM is developing into an increasingly bright spot in the troubled memory industry.
ASML cannot complain about a lack of attention these days.
Following a recent agreement with TSMC, ARM announced that it has also entered into a contract with Globalfoundries to support the production of next-gen processors, including upcoming 64-bit server SoCs and...
Apple's ability to scale iPad shipments are driving "strong" overall growth for the tablet industry, IDC reports.
At today's Hot Chips Symposium, Mark Papermaster, Senior Vice President and CTO of AMD, talks about the future of "Surround Computing".
Following Seagate, Western Digital has apparently recovered from the impact of the Thailand flood as well. As of Q2, the company has become the leading hard drive maker again.
Reports coming out of Taiwan suggest that DRAM memory will lose 8 percent of their contract price in August alone.
Apple's Bob Mansfield is staying in Cupertino a while longer.
More GHz, please.
Add-In Board shipments are "seasonably" down, but AMD is catching back up with rival Nvidia.
More than two years after the introduction of the iPad, Samsung appears to be very confident in the tablet market and is shooting for margins that exceed Apple's iPad levels.
After several weeks of rumors, AMD officially introduced the quad-core FX-4130 processor today.
Apple's and Samsung' strong positions in the mobile applications markets is cemented via more market data.
The rumor mill churns on.
Perlman to continue as chief of company.
Write downs and restructuring charges of $10.8 billion drove HP's third quarter result deep into the red.