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AMD Shields Fusion Demo From Intel's Spies

AMD gave reporters a first look at Fusion in a demonstration designed to reveal few concrete details.

Maloney Ready to Return to Intel After Medical Leave

Sean Maloney will return from medical leave to resume his post at Intel before the end of this year.

Via Shows Dual-core Nano Processor

Via Technologies showed off the first working prototype of its dual-core Nano processor at Computex.

Asus First to Put Intel's AppUp Store on Netbooks

Asus will be the first computer maker to put Intel's AppUp Center application store on netbooks.

Intel Talks Technology Concepts, Plans Atom Update

Intel will discuss its future product and technology plans at Computex.

Intel Readies Atom Platform for Tablets

Intel plans to release a version of its Atom processor early next year that's designed for tablet computers.

Nvidia CEO: Hardware Makers Uniting Behind Android

Hardware makers will unite behind Google's Android as the primary operating system for tablet computers, Nvidia's CEO says

Rising Demand for PCs Lifts Lenovo out of the Red

Lenovo marked its return to profitability on Thursday but said higher component costs put a dent in its annual results.

Marc Benioff Loves the IPad

Salesforce.com's CEO Marc Benioff is a big fan of Apple's iPad.

Indonesia, India Offers Better Prospects Than China, MS Says

Microsoft sees better opportunities in Indonesia and India than it does in China due to weak protection for intellectual property in China

Ballmer: Robbie Bach Just Wanted to Retire

Microsoft CEO Ballmer said the retirement of Robbie Bach, head of its entertainment and devices group, had nothing to do with the group's strategy or plans.

Salesforce.com CEO Says Microsoft Is a 'patent Troll'

Salesforce.com Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff said Microsoft is a patent troll.

Dell: We're Selling the 'appropriate' Number of Netbooks

Netbooks shouldn't replace more powerful laptops as a primary computer, Dell said.

ZTE's First Japanese Handset Designed for Elderly Users

China's ZTE showed off its first handset designed for Japan, a model that's intended for elderly cell-phone users.

on techhive.com

GM's OnStar Developing Mobile Apps for Chevy Volt

General Motors' OnStar subsidiary is developing a series of Android mobile applications for the Chevy Volt.

on techhive.com