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Like Samsung and Intel, it wants to power the expected flood of future devices.
Fujitsu unlocks smartphone with iris ... Russian cybergroup stalks U.S. bank customers ... Online video pushes up cloud power consumption
Samsung's three Artik boards have varying speeds and power consumption, and are meant for different device development
Move over, Intel's Pentium III. Russia's Elbrus 4C microprocessor is here, and it's ready to kick some American tail.
AMD is calling Carrizo a “sixth-generation” part, implying it's more advanced than Intel’s own fifth-generation Core chips. We'll have to wait in line behind China to find out, though.
SAP's S/4Hana moves to the cloud...AMD puts Zen up against Intel's Skylake...Europe probes e-commerce firms
AMD chief executive Lisa Su says the most important thing for AMD to do is "gain profitable market share," and that road leads back to high-end products.
Apple Beats deals may be target of probe ... French go all-in on Internet spying ... Intel's new chips are tuned for machine learning
Salesforce in play? It'll be a big deal...Secret is out -- of the apps business...Microsoft opens up even more at Build
The company's latest chipset can send data to four users at the same time
IBM says it has made a breakthrough in multiple types of error correction for quantum computers
The company is banking on new tech and services to attract customers to new smartphones
Some developers will be offered the company's development environment and reference board for free
Facebook's mobile traffic dominates... Google, Box step up enterprise tools... Russian malware targeted the White House
Researchers at MIT have developed a prototype trackpad that’s the size of a stick-on nail and controlled by running a finger over its surface.
The technology could help improve sound clarity in teleconferences and speech recognition