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Eight cores, six operations per CPU cycle, 200GB of bandwidth. But does it mean anything?
It could be the power efficient display that smartwatches and e-readers are looking for.
Today's the deadline to pay $81,000 in sanctions, and Prenda missed it.
Hands-on with the new mobile version of the world's fifth-favorite browser.
VMware finds a way to wring more cash out of virtualization customers.
Scripps reporters uncover mishandling of customer data; companies threaten to sue.
Two big questions are addressed definitively, but some remain about second hand sales.
Pictures of the new console in all its glory.
How do you go from an RNA to a cell with membranes and proteins?
Making a great photo at work or on social sites doesn't have to be hard.
No Modern Warfare 4 here—meet the graphically superior Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Steven Spielberg is attached to the project.
5 billion transistors, 64-bit architecture, other impressive-sounding numbers.
Fifa, Madden, NBA Live, and UFC to arrive on new console, along with Forza 5.
It's "the ultimate, all-in-one home entertainment system."
New York hunts for violations of hotel laws; will other cities follow?
Grant money goes to see if we can't print perfect, nutritious food.
AI that won Jeopardy may save us from customer service hell.
Little key-value store still works great, keeps most of the WWW running.
Some theories theoretical physicists study aren't true, but they help reality.