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AT&T wants cool apps from open-source developers

AT&T is breaking away from proprietary hardware and software

Clockwise quick take: Surface Pro 3

PCWorld's Brad Chacos fields questions about Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 from Serenity Caldwell, Dan Moren and Jason Snell.

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Lenovo's Q1 profit grows 25 percent on PC, smartphone gains

Lenovo's smartphone shipments continue to soar in China. Yes, smartphones.

Hands on with Surface Pro 3: Lots to like, just not the price

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Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 has a larger screen than predecessors, and bridges the gap between laptops and tablets

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IDC cuts IT spending forecast on mobile slump, emerging market uncertainty

Economic uncertainty in China and Europe due to the Ukraine crisis are 'wild cards'

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Press invites tease launch of colorful Samsung tablets on June 12

One of the new models is reported to have a 13.3-inch screen

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China's Xiaomi breaks into tablet market, launches low-price 4K TV

Xiaomi has been gaining popularity for selling Android phones at just above cost

Linux group builds 64-bit Android KitKat for ARM developers

Linaro has built a 64-bit version of Android 4.4 for developers to write and test applications for ARM-based mobile devices. Is a Google-authored version coming soon?

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Baby boomers embrace technology as much as younger users

Older adults could especially benefit from the integration of technology into health care

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Acer back in profit, but barely

Revenue, however, was still down by 17 percent year-over-year

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J.D. Power: Shoppers prefer iPad, but price matters, too

The iPad is still the best-loved tablet, but shoppers actually care more about price and features than the brand.

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Wall Street Beat: Internet stocks under the gun

Fierce competition among social media and e-commerce companies, and the need to spend money, are making investors nervous

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Microsoft's Surface continues to lose money

The amount of money Microsoft spends to sell its Surface tablets continues to exceed the amount of revenue the tablet generates.

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Samsung grabs tablet market share from Apple

But tablet shipments during the first quarter of this year rose just 3.9 percent, lower than IDC's expectations.