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Dell introduces slim XPS 15z notebook

It's not as thin as an Adamo, but it packs second-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, Nvidia graphics, USB 3.0, and an option for a 1080p display.
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The Internet fuels a new Industrial Revolution, eG8 forum reveals

At the first eG8 conference in France this week, political and Internet leaders lay out the massive importance of the online economy.
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Foxconn closes all polishing workshops, tech supply chain affected

Following Friday's explosion at a Foxconn factory in Chengdu, the company has decided to temporarily close its polishing workshops at all of its factories while it investigates the exact cause of the explosion and ensures the safety of the…
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Microsoft CEO: Windows 8 due in 2012

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said in Tokyo on Monday that the next version of the Windows operating system will be called Windows 8 and that it will become available in 2012.
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Move over, Chromebooks: Xi3 brings Chrome to the desktop

A cloud-based OS on a desktop? Sounds like an oxymoron, but Xi3 introduces the concept with the ChromiumPC.
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MasterObjects brings instant search suit to Microsoft

Microsoft is MasterObjects' latest target in a suit claiming instant search features violate their patents.
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Mozilla rolls out Firefox 5 beta

It's only been a few weeks since Firefox 4 launched, but guess what? The first Firefox 5 beta is already here.
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Sony to declare $3.2 billion loss for year

Sony says it expects to declare a $3.2 billion loss for its fiscal year due to a one-time charge and disruptions from Japan's earthquake and tsunami.
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Anonymous to attack US Chamber of Commerce website today over ‘PROTECT IP’ bill

In protest of the "PROTECT IP" bill, hacker group Anonymous plans to attack the US Chamber of Commerce website Monday evening.
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Lady Gaga stars in new Google Chrome commercial

Adding another endorsement to her pile, Lady Gaga is now appearing in a Google Chrome commercial to celebrate the release of her new single, "Edge of Glory."
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Sony BMG Greece website hacked, user data revealed

Once again, hackers have attacked a Sony digital property, SonyMusic.gr, and exposed private user data.
Apple

Foxconn explosion death toll rises; iPad 2 output possibly affected by disaster

The number of Foxconn workers killed by the explosion at the company's factory in Chengdu, China, on Friday has risen to three. Production of Apple's iPad 2 may be affected by the deadly accident.