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Technology firms look stable as earnings season begins

Reports from software makers have helped keep up investor confidence in tech stocks despite continued uncertainty in the economy.

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Windows 8 makes 'Windows' make sense -- Analysis

The operating system isn't the PC-centric product it has been since its inception -- it is a multi-platform offering that goes farther than anything either Apple or Google has attempted.

Cyber attackers target energy companies

The campaign is the second one targeted at oil companies to be discovered by SecureWorks this year.

NexPhone concept: an Ubuntu-based, Android 'brain in your pocket'

This dockable device be used at home, at the office, and on the road without the need to synchronize content or contacts.

Tablets might actually be increasing PC customer satisfaction

According to a just-released report by the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, customer satisfaction among PC users has reached a two-year high.

How to future-proof your hardware for Windows 8

If you need to buy PC hardware today, you'll do best to purchase gear that sings in harmony with Windows 8--even if you're not planning an imminent upgrade to Microsoft's new OS.

Intel: Clover Trail Atom chip won't work with Linux

Instead, the forthcoming processor will be 'a Windows 8 chip,' the company reportedly said.

Office for Windows RT to ship between November and January

Buyers of computers running Windows RT, the Windows 8 version for ARM-based devices, will receive at no additional cost a version of Office.

Intel unveils all-in-one desktop that doubles as a 27-inch tablet

The Adaptive All-In-One's display panel weighs 14 pounds.


Intel outlines our mobile future at IDF keynote

The company plots a future where Intel is inside everything.