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As PC market stabilizes, Intel focuses on smartphones

As the PC market shows some signs of stabilization -- thanks, Windows XP! -- Intel's focus turns to improving its emerging communications chip business.

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German researchers hack Galaxy S5 fingerprint login

The integration with Paypal makes the weakness of Samsung's implementation extra serious

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Telefónica starts exchange for targeted mobile ads

Axonix' ambition is to compete with Google, Facebook and Twitter in the mobile ad space

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Leave no trace: Tips to cover your digital footprint and reclaim your privacy

Reduce your exposure to spying eyes with sandboxing, disk encryption and more.

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How to remotely log out of Gmail

If you've left Gmail logged in on another computer, there's a quick and easy fix.

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Glass all gone after one-day sale, Google says

Sales of the wearable computer are brisk despite $1,500 price tag

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Linksys WRT1900AC Wi-Fi router review: Faster than anything we’ve tested

Don’t let the retro design fool you: This puppy’s a speed demon.

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Cyberlink PowerDVD 14 review: Media playback app has what you need -- almost

PowerDVD 14 has no peer in playing Blu-ray and video, but it's still a tad shy of Cyberlink's espoused goal of making it the only media player you need. There are also some bugs.

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Mt. Gox has filed for liquidation in Japan, says report

A long, convoluted road lies ahead for what was once the world's largest exchange for bitcoin

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Lenovo announces an aluminum-clad all-in-one PC and several new laptops

The Lenovo A540 AiO will be available in July. The new laptop launches range from May to August.

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Microsoft's Chinese partner confident Xbox can compete against Android consoles

China recently ended its foreign-made videogame console ban, opening the door for Microsoft to sell its Xbox

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Ukraine tensions could hurt international security efforts, Kaspersky says

Anything that hurts trust between countries sets back global Internet efforts, the cybersecurity pioneer said

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See ya, Microsoft: Intel looks to Android for growth in tablets

Intel projects Android will be in 80 percent to 90 percent of the tablets it expects to ship with its chips this year

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Rushed Heartbleed fixes may expose users to new attacks

Be careful patching the bug and restarting, or attackers could slip in, Kaspersky says

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Cellular industry makes concession on kill switch

Carriers, phone makers, and a lobbying group announce a voluntary agreement, but it might not be enough