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Chinese server makers grow at expense of US vendors in Q1

Server shipments in Q1 for Chinese companies Huawei and Inspur went up, while HP, Dell and IBM shipments declined

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Intel wants more cheap tablets with x86 through Rockchip deal

Intel's deal with Rockchip shows its willingness to take on ARM in the low-cost tablet market

Western Digital's TV streaming device expands in-home video support

Western Digital adds support for Miracast to the $99.99 WD TV Personal Edition streaming video device, and can pull files from external WD hard drives, too.

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Lenovo starts taking orders for its first 4K monitor

Lenovo's ThinkVision Pro2840m is priced at $799.

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Research firm: Wearable hype could slow by 2016

Wearables are red-hot right now, but NPD Group warns that winter is coming.

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AT&T wants cool apps from open-source developers

AT&T is breaking away from proprietary hardware and software

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Dell goes greener with line of PCs made from recycled plastics

Dell is expanding its hardware take-back program to acquire more plastic for reuse in laptops and desktops

Hands on with Surface Pro 3: Lots to like, just not the price

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Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 has a larger screen than predecessors, and bridges the gap between laptops and tablets

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Next version of Intel's open-source Galileo computer plays to the 'maker' scene

Intel is adding more circuitry for fine-grained movement control, but not upgrading the CPU

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AT&T tracking device would help you find your luggage

AT&T researchers showded off a 3G luggage-tracking device that highlights the company's push into machine-to-machine communication.

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New development kits make Arduino easier for the do-it-yourself crowd

But knowing how to program in Arduino still matters

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Lenovo plans new cloud offerings for mobile devices, data centers

Lenovo's Stoneware unit is planning to add off-premises, hosted application services to its cloud portfolio

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Intel to ship open-source Galileo 2.0 computer soon

Intel's uncased Galileo computer is used to make robots, wearable devices and electronics.

Linux group builds 64-bit Android KitKat for ARM developers

Linaro has built a 64-bit version of Android 4.4 for developers to write and test applications for ARM-based mobile devices. Is a Google-authored version coming soon?

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Nvidia's Tegra K1 chip might wind up in servers

Nvidia said it is seeing interest for the Tegra K1 chip in microservers