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Dell is using the Linux operating system and Intel processors including the Atom in new Vostro PCs for emerging markets.
Private information stored in Apple's iPhone and protected by a lock code can be accessed by anyone with just a few button presses.
China Mobile said its music service members topped 80 million, and said it has fully recovered from the Sichuan earthquake.
Samsung launched 3 new SSDs for low-cost PCs, saying the computers are driving explosive growth in SSD sales.
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Fujitsu is developing an eight-core version of its Sparc64 server processor, a Fujitsu engineer said on Tuesday.
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An experimental extension to Mozilla Firefox lets people substitute simple text commands for complex Web tasks.
China hopes to develop a petaflop-class supercomputer based on its Godson processor by 2010, an engineer said Tuesday.
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Microsoft has updated anti-piracy checks for Windows XP Pro to make it more like Windows Vista.
Google is apparently mulling giving people more options to modify search-results pages.
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Several panelists at a tech event in Denver call for a stronger U.S. broadband policy.
Two database vendors have integrated Google's MapReduce parallel processing framework.
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HP and Acer have cut prices on their respective netbooks, the Mini-Note and Aspire one.
Google dropped Bluetooth and GTalkService instant messaging APIs
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