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The future of human-computer interaction was the theme at the Blur conference's jaw-dropping demo day.
Cummins looks to simplifying comparing datacenter backup power products
Tea-leaf-reading alert: More signs are pointing to some kind of Microsoft reorg coming that will likely feature the Windows client unit.
Three decent notebooks for under $300 that have what it takes to run Microsoft new Windows 8 operating system.
British resident Richard O'Dwyer escapes extradition to the U.S. over copyright infringement claims, but what does this mean for future actions between the U.K. and U.S.?
15 years ago this month, the BBC News Web site was launched. Built from scratch, one U.K. publication lifts the lid on how the world-leading news site was founded.
More than 100,000 UK civil servants' details may have been stolen in a data breach at the Civil Service Sports Club two years ago, but the organisation is only now telling its members.
Most announcements of partnerships or alliances appear to be piecrust promises, easily made, easily broken.
Make Blu-ray almost as cheap as DVDs and it will sell. $40 Blu-ray players and $1.99 Blu-rays sell like hotcakes. Is the industry ready to accept near-DVD pricing for Blu-ray quality?
Eucalyptus Systems' new Eucalyptus 3.2 cloud computing software includes new management and storage capabilities, and a new graphical user interface.
Nearly three-quarters of companies have started using SaaS in the past three years, a global survey has found.
The UN likes to make deals. It exists to create agreements between nations. It does not, necessarily, exist to create good agreements. But it exists, it grooves on making international policy. Sometimes, like now, that policy threatens to destroy the Internet as we know it.
The erstwhile TVShack.net proprietor, who faced up to a decade in a US jail on copyright infringement charges, has struck a deal with the authorities there that will see him pay a relatively small amount of compensation.
Reports suggest that Intel is preparing to kill off PC upgrades by adopting the BGA rather than an LGA package for its upcoming Broadwell architecture processors. This is the beginning of the end for the desktop PC.
The hardware in mobile devices has become so powerful that OEMs can no longer innovate what's inside to be different. This is leading to strange form factors to make products stand out.
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