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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.

Acer announces new laptops, tablets, hybrids, and all-in-one PCs

Acer unveiled its new product lineup at an event in New York Tuesday, highlighting tablets and hybrid devices in an effort to counter the company's ailing PC business.

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Wall Street Beat: Mobile, cloud are key to tech earnings

Facebook, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon weigh in with earnings

Xplore's XC6 DMSR tablet

What kind of tablet does $5,000 get you?

Xplore's new XC6 DMSR tablets may break the bank, but they can take 7-foot drops and remain submerged in water.

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Hands on: Polaris Office's new cloud option wants your contacts

Polaris Office adds a cloud-based office option, but for what the suite offers, the price is simply too steep -- even for free.

Faulty charger forces Nokia to halt Lumia 2520 tablet sales for electric shock risk

The AC-300 charger can give users an electric shock, but no incidences have been confirmed so far

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See ya, Microsoft: Intel looks to Android for growth in tablets

Intel projects Android will be in 80 percent to 90 percent of the tablets it expects to ship with its chips this year

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