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It's far too early to rule Intel out of the mobile game. The company's success with 14-nanometer architecture could give it the power it needs to elbow aside the likes of ARM and Nvidia.
A smart partnership will bring ultra-fresh produce to a new Whole Foods store.
According to new research, small businesses in the U.K. habitually waste money on IT products and services they don't need.
It's all about expecting reliability.
Vodafone Italia has extended its LTE network to 21 areas.
Sage has updated its local Sage 50 Accounts to allow customers to share their data via the cloud, and added new mobile apps, a new look and subscription pricing. Other, more radical, cloud developments...
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A hip designer who has pioneered 3D printing in the realms of fashion and home furnishings predicts how "printed" food can be monetized and influence attitudes toward "ownership."
A 'hero' device may not be in the offing, but don't underestimate Facebook's plans for mobile.
Are we surprised?
Headed for Samsung Knox when it debuts this year, Absolute asserted that Samsung mobile devices will be the first to offer "constant, tamper-proof security connection for tracking, wiping, recovery and IT servicing."
A recent survey executed by MeriTalk, sponsored by Brocade, promotes the notion that adding more suppliers can reduce IT infrastructure capital costs and only minimally increase operational costs in Federal data centers. Does this survey provide useful information, or is it yet another self-serving, badly executed study?
SFMOMA curators offer a glimpse at the next phase of art museum's expansion project as the current building prepares to (temporarily) close for construction.
A sketchy rumor of upcoming laptops running Android is thankfully most likely not true. What would be great is bringing Android apps to the Chromebook instead.
Google brings a Quickoffice to iPhone as a freebie for Google Apps customers.
A second version of the Nexus 7 tablet could start landing on retailers' shelves from July 2013, with Google aiming to shift up to eight million of the devices before the year is over.
Mozilla has released the latest version of its Firefox web browser which features new enhancement to private browsing and fixes a number of flaws.
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