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Now top man at Acer, Jason Chen previously held sales and marketing positions at Taiwan Semiconductor and Intel.
Cognitive computing promises to change the game, as humans and computing devices collaborate, each performing the function best suited to its expertise.
The PC industry takes "glimmers of hope" from market interest in more capable talents, analyst notes; but 2014 may be a pivotal year.
Calxeda folds operations after it failed to find additional capital.
Clear out some space on that credit card--you'll pay a pretty penny for a completely tricked-out Mac Pro.
Acer has been struggling financially because of declining PC sales and is looking for new leadership
Annual maintenance revenue rises 6 percent to $4.5 billion
Loosely modeled on the human brain, artificial neural networks are finally finding use in industry.
Silicon brains will create new computers that can use the human brain as a model to make decisions.
AppliedMicro's $5,000 MyX-Gene development board will ship to system makers, software partners before solo developers.
New software license revenues for the quarter will be a closely watched result