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Optical fibres show promise for brain-like computer

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Optical fibres show promise for brain-like computer

How glass can help build super-fast computers

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How glass can help build super-fast computers

New research demonstrates how glass could be manipulated to create a material that would allow computers to transfer information using light.

Android grabs more tablet market share: survey

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Android grabs more tablet market share: survey

Tablets to overtake PCs by 2015: Survey

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Tablets to overtake PCs by 2015: Survey

Soon, liquids to keep your PC cool

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Soon, liquids to keep your PC cool

How computers remember things

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How computers remember things

How does your computer recall things and perform logical operations? It is all thanks to the "moving" metal particles in memory components, finds new research.

PC market grew only 6 percent in 2013-2014: MAIT

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PC market grew only 6 percent in 2013-2014: MAIT

Dell partners with Iris Computers

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Dell partners with Iris Computers

Intel and Chinese technology firm Rockchip partner to produce low-cost Android-based tablet computers

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Intel and Chinese technology firm Rockchip partner to produce low-cost Android-based tablet computers

The funniest thing you’ll see today: Kids react to old computers

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The funniest thing you’ll see today: Kids react to old computers

Cisco unveils desktops for video conferencing

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Cisco unveils desktops for video conferencing

Microsoft report reveals that Malware infections tripled in Q4 of 2013

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Microsoft report reveals that Malware infections tripled in Q4 of 2013

Samsung’s latest innovation could have a big impact on upcoming phones

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Samsung’s latest innovation could have a big impact on upcoming phones

Lenovo records higher than expected profits and sales

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Lenovo records higher than expected profits and sales

Wearable computers: The new 3D TVs?

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Wearable computers: The new 3D TVs?

10 percent of PCs now running on Windows 8 and 8.1

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10 percent of PCs now running on Windows 8 and 8.1

Welcome to the post-post-PC era: A review of Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview

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Welcome to the post-post-PC era: A review of Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Apple’s iOS platform seemed to come out of nowhere and take the world by storm in 2007. The introduction of the first-generation iPhone set in motion a chain of events that lead up to the holiday quarter in 2011, when Apple recorded the most profitable quarter in technology history thanks mainly to unbelievable iPhone, iPod touch and iPad sales. No platform is selling as quickly as Apple’s mobile platform right now, but iOS is still in its infancy and the fact remains: as hot as iOS is right now, and as popular as smartphones and media tablets are, no platform installed base on the planet even comes close to approaching the size of Windows right now.


OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion first impressions: This is a cougar I’d take home

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OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion first impressions: This is a cougar I’d take home

Apple just did something the company hasn’t done very often in recent years it completely surprised nearly every single person with the announcement of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, the next OS for the Mac. Inching a step closer to bridging the gap between iOS and OS X, Mountain Lion brings practically all of iOS’s featured apps to desktop and laptop computers. From Messages, which I’ve been waiting for ever since iMessage was announced, to built-in iCloud support, Notification Center, Game Center, Reminders, Notes, a much-improved Safari browser, AirPlay and more, the two OSes are practically the same now in terms of system apps. This is the first developer preview of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and the OS will only improve before it is released in the summer. If you’re itching for my thoughts, though, you’ll find them after the break.

$25 Raspberry Pi computer is as small as a credit card, will launch next month

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$25 Raspberry Pi computer is as small as a credit card, will launch next month

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is preparing to launch a new ultra-affordable Linux-powered computer next month that is the size of a credit card. It’s so affordable, in fact, that it will cost just $25 or $35, depending on how much RAM the buyer requires. In an interview with Edge, Raspberry Pi Foundation head David Braben said, despite the size and low cost, the Raspberry Pi computer is powerful enough to run games such as Quake III Arena and power 1080p video. The company will launch just 10,000 units to developers next month, mostly in the United Kingdom. “At the moment we’re appealing to techy people because we want people to give their time for free, writing software and improving things, porting them from other places, and putting them into the public domain, essentially, so we can use them for education,” Braben said, noting that he hopes to turn the developer board into a consumer-friendly device next year. The Raspberry Pi is equipped with a 700MHz processor, 128MB or 256MB of RAM, support for an SD card, and both HDMI and RCA outputs.

Samsung may exit netbook business in 2012

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Samsung may exit netbook business in 2012

Samsung is considering an exit from the low-margin netbook business as soon as next year according to a recent report. French CNET blog Blogeee claims to have obtained an email sent by the South Korea-based electronics giant to several of its partners. “Following the introduction of our new strategy in 2012, we stop the product range in 10.1” (Netbook) in Q1 2012 for the benefit of Ultraportables products (11.6 and 12 inches) and ultrabooks to be launched in 2012,” the email reportedly stated (machine-translated). The matter could be one of semantics, however Samsung’s “ultraportable” class may include low-cost notebooks driven by inexpensive ATOM processors. Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment.