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Apple

Bill Gates responds to snipes from Steve Jobs biography

During an interview with ABC news, Bill Gates responded to posthumous snipes from Steve Jobs in his recent biography.
Apple

Weekly Rewind: Steve Jobs’ secrets revealed, Nokia’s last stand, HP PCs live on

This week we learned about Steve Jobs and his many secrets, the new strategies of Netflix, and the new Nokia Lumia.
Computing

Study: Children spending more time with screen media than books

What's happening to the bedtime story? A study carried about by Common Sense Media has found that American children aged between 0 and 8 now spend more than triple the amount of time watching television than reading books. or having stories…
Computing

HP’s $99 tablet officially no more, Best Buy to offer $150 32GB TouchPad Nov. 1

HP's $99 tablet is officially out of stock, but Best Buy says it has some 32 GB TouchPad's lying around and will be selling them for $50 in November.
Product Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Review.
Computing

Bill Gates: Super-rich is no better than just rich

All you aspiring 1-percenters, take heed: Bill Gates says that, after you become a millionaire, it doesn't really make much of a difference how much more money you make.
Computing

HP will continue to make PCs, says CEO Meg Whitman

HP announced today that, despite considerations to the contrary, the company keep its PC manufacturing business under the HP umbrella.
Computing

Video: Microsoft’s vision of the future

Microsoft has released a concept video showing its vision of the future. Spoiler alert: cell phones are going to get thinner.
Computing

Canon introduces a 12-ink PIXMA printer

While more photographers with advanced DSLR cameras seeking higher quality prints of their photographs, Canon is rolling out a new printer in the PIXMA line that meets that need.
Computing

IBM names 30-year veteran, Virginia Rometty, its new CEO

IBM's CEO Sam Palmisano will retire at the end of the year. SVP Virginia 'Ginni' Rometty, who has been with the company since 1981, will replace Palmisano as IBM's chief executive.
Computing

1 out of 10 American adults own a tablet computer

While tablet popularity has been on the rise lately at the expense of netbooks, more consumers are adopting the device to peruse news according to a new study.
Computing

Storage sticker shock: Why Thailand floods mean pricier hard drives

Flooding in Thailand means the cost of traditional hard drives is likely to increase over the short term, as manufacturers struggle to work around shut-down plants and suppliers.