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Here's a look at the fallout should Google go with custom ARM chips in its data centers.
New Qualcomm chief executive Steve Mollenkopf will take the reins on March 4 after his elevation to the chipmaker's leadership position.
ARM has acquired a company that specializes in graphics technology for games as the race to produce better mobile device chips for entertainment purposes continues.
While Steve Ballmer has been one of the most maligned CEOs of the past decade and made some critical errors, he also made two key moves that will shape Microsoft's next decade.
In the fourth quarter, Adobe ended with 1.44 million Creative Cloud subscriptions, up 402,000 from the third quarter. Enterprises continue to tap into Adobe's subscriptions.
A review board will be a key part of how devices and manufacturers get Firefox OS branding.
AT&T says that machine-to-machine technology will take center stage next year in the corporate world.
The file-sharing platform has managed to secure millions in a fresh round of funding.