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Windows 8 hasn't done much for Acer, whose PC sales didn't get a boost from the OS's launch.
In an effort to prevent the next big cyberattack, the Defense Department plans to greatly expand its digital security forces.
Guest Post Genomics data is about to change the way doctors discover and treat disease -- but there are some significant obstacles standing in the way.
Ashton Kutcher's portrail of Steve Jobs was so intense that it landed him in the hospital, the actor revealed.
4K television content could get a major bump next year, courtesy of the Japanese government.
Huawei, once a blip on the smartphone market radar, has become a major force in the smartphone world. But the U.S. is standing in its way.
So long, unlocked smartphones -- we hardly knew ye.
Samsung has posted another quarter of record profits -- but there are signs that its explosive growth is about to flatten.
With rumors of Verizon's Lumia "Laser" flagship, Nokia's 2013 Lumia lineup is starting to take shape.
Could Lenovo be the suitor that RIM has been desperately searching for? It sure looks that way.
With its acquisition of Ivona Software, Amazon aims to up the accessibility factor of future Kindles.
Guest Post The consumer app space is reaching its saturation point. It's time for international startups to focus on the enterprise.
Cisco is plunking down $475 million to buy Intucell, an Israeli startup that specializes in self-optimizing network software
Nokia's 41-megapixel PureView 808 was really practice for this: a true PureView Windows Phone.
February is the new January for Microsoft, which is giving its Surface Pro tablet a February 9th release date.
It's the start of the school year for the first batch of Cornell Tech's master's degree students.
The AT&T spectrum shopping spree continues.
Guest Post By allowing the crowd to decide if an idea has merit, crowdfunding can help cure the biases that still afflict investors.
A BlackBerry 10 phone made by Samsung or HTC? RIM could one day make it happen.