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It's all here: New chips, great phones, innovative hardware. And the year's far from over yet.
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.
After cornering the market on premium mobile displays, Corning has turned its attention to touchscreen PCs.
Tablet sales continue to increase as sales of laptops and other PCs decline.
Ultra-thin notebooks will feature Intel or AMD processors and 10-point touchscreens.
In an interview with PCWorld and TechHive, Shih riffs on Nexus 7 development, Windows 8 woes, and Asus's smartphone aspirations.
This $35 dongle from Google will connect to your HDTV via HDMI and stream video from the Web to the TV at your instruction.
Michael Dell has raised his offer to take Dell private by US$0.10 per share, to about $24.7 billion, after the company was forced to delay a vote because stockholders seemed inclined to reject the bid.
Sony wants to simplify laptop backups.
Intel has snapped up Omek, a company specializing in gesture recognition. It's part of Intel's effort to popularize perceptual computing, in which we interact with PCs and other devices using hand gestures, voice commands, and facial tracking.
New notebook features a custom quad-core CPU from AMD.
Games can come cheap in the Microsoft Windows 8 store. In fact, a lot of the best stuff is free. Check out these 11 titles that won't cost you a dime but will keep you entertained for hours.
Microsoft demonstrated a renewed willingness to listen to its customers, delivering a ton of new features. That's worth cheering for.
In the continuing war between Verizon and AT&T, the battle has come down to LTE network size vs. LTE network speed. But new LTE technology isn't far over the horizon.
OS X could be holding back the new AirPort Extreme's wireless throughput.