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The dv7t, a heavy-duty desktop replacement, wows with its performance but falls a little short in multimedia--where you'd expect it to excel.
Google increased its U.S. Internet search market share in July, while MSN has been the biggest loser.
Nvidia took a $196 million warranty charge to cover the cost of fixing bad graphics chips used in laptops.
Sony will expand sales of its 11-inch OLED (organic light emitting diode) television to Europe in 2009, according to a...
Dell on Tuesday announced a series of Latitude laptops, including one the company claimed provides 19 hours of battery life.
Yahoo announced the general availability of Fire Eagle, its location-sharing platform.
Microsoft has released patches to fix 19 critical holes in its software Tuesday, including five flaws in IE that should be...
Steve Bass learns that Microsoft has had it with Windows. Plus three free tools and lots of time wasters.
Can the computer maker meld consumer sensibilities into a business notebook line?
Gmail suffered a significant outage on Monday, the second in less than a week.
We sort through the myths of Madden mania to find the deeper truths about the man, his videogame franchise, and the misfortune said to beset those whom it honors.
You can't force anything to 'go viral' on the Internet, but that didn't stop these 10 companies from giving it a big, dumb try. Guess who topped the list.
Lenovo updated its ThinkPad line of laptops with a quad-core notebook.
AMD released a new graphics card Tuesday that is expected to outperform products made by rival Nvidia.
Apple in September will announce a new iPod Touch and a redesigned MacBook, analysts say.
A Symantec study found domains that appeared to be registered for e-mail spying.
The MIT student presentation 'Anatomy of a Subway Hack' that was barred from DEFCON security conference is released to Web.