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Profits increased by 76 percent during last three months of 2012.
Windows division enjoyed revenue increase of 24 percent from 2011's fourth quarter.
Spectrum is part of U.S. carrier's 700MHz B block.
It's official: Belkin is taking Linksys of Cisco's hands despite previous denials.
Up to 50 base stations to be utilized, as well as 200 "user devices".
Sony fined for failing to protect users' information.
Dividend won't be payed in 2013 to save costs.
Lenovo's CFO has admitted that RIM is one of many possible acquisitions being considered by the PC maker.
Bring the Dell Dude back, says actor Ben Curtis.
Asus tells us what it thinks about Intel's big decision.
It may be a while before we see a new Motorola product stemming from Google's acquisition.
Former Palm CEO Edward Colligan didn't succumb into pressure.
THQ's assets have been auctioned off. The buyers have been announced.
Intel recently sent over a pair of its SSD DC S3700 drives at 200 and 800 GB. Our esteemed storage expert just put the finishing touches on his in-depth evaluation, which includes comprehensive consistency...
The man who helped create the Call of Duty franchise is now the chief operating officer of Oculus VR.
The SSD market is expected to equal 40-percent of the HDD market by 2016.
Semiconductor firm reported net loss of nearly half a billion dollars during 2012's fourth quarter.
Bids now being placed online.
We get Gigabyte's reaction to the landscape-changing decision from Intel.
Microsoft may invest up to $3 billion in Dell to help to company go private.
Has HMV been saved less than a week after going into administration?
Deloitte has announced that unredeemed gift vouchers are once again being accepted in HMV stores.
AMD has hired former Qualcomm and Apple engineers.
Intel has released a statement in which it announces that it will be leaving the design and manufacturing of desktop motherboards, leaving the field open for other motherboard manufacturers to fill in the gaps.
Nvidia wants to release a GK110 based graphics card for consumers, codenamed 'Titan'. The GK110 GPU is currently used solely in workstation professional graphics cards.
Following some indicators such as flat hard drive shipments from Seagate, Gartner said that global PC shipments declined year over year in the fourth quarter of 2012.
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