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Acer says it's trying to grow its non-Windows business "as soon as possible," which means more Chromebooks and Android-powered devices from the manufacturer.
IBM researchers have announced a breakthrough software ecosystem to complement their neuron-like computer chips.
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Tech stocks had an upbeat week as industry watchers appear to be looking at the positive side of earnings from Internet, consumer electronics and networking companies.
South Korea-based Hardkernel has a developer board, the Odroid XU, which incorporates Samsung’s eight-core Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chip. The chip is based on ARM’s latest processor designs.
An advertising industry oversight group says Oracle has repeatedly failed to make any (much less a good faith) effort to bring its advertising into compliance.
The Special Committee overseeing Dell's buyout proposal has reached an agreement with company founder Michael Dell and his associates, Silver Lake Partners, on a proposed purchase in which shareholders will get US$13.75 per share and a special dividend of $0.13.
The Windows 8 Secure Boot mechanism can be bypassed on PCs from certain manufacturers because of oversights in how those vendors implemented the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) specification, according to a team of security researchers.
Carl Icahn Thursday filed a lawsuit against Dell and its board of directors on Thursday.
In a recent study, Windows 7 and Windows XP hold strong with users, but Windows Vista usage declines.
The World Wide Web Consortium has finalized its specification for Web Storage, a technology that would give Web applications more flexibility in storing data on user machines.
Oracle is preparing to roll out the latest member of its family of "engineered systems" that combine software and hardware, with the upcoming product focused on virtualization.
Dell's board gave company founder Michael Dell and his associates, Silver Lake Partners, a setback in their fight with investor Carl Icahn to take the PC maker private.
Intel's first "open-source PC," is a bare-bones computer aimed hobbyists looking to construct their own computer and some software developers.