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Tech stocks: No shine for chipmakers till later in 2012

Tech stocks outlook for next two months is better for semiconductor equipment makers, analyst says. Upgrades to Windows 8 will fuel demand for tech stocks like Intel in the second half of the year.    By Jennifer Leigh Parker, CNBC.com Writer / January 4, 2012 The Intel sign is shown at Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, […]

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Laptop switcheroo prompts warrant

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Sprint gives LightSquared more time to win over FCC

Sprint Nextel has given LightSquared another month to gain FCC approval for its planned 4G network, extending a deal in which LightSquared would use Sprint’s Network Vision infrastructure and save an estimated US$13 billion in deployment costs. The 15-year partnership agreement, announced in July, had been scheduled to expire on Dec. 31 if LightSquared did […]

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Windows XP finally giving way to Windows 7?

Net Applications Is it finally out with the old (Windows XP) and in with the new(er) Windows 7 — especially with Windows 8 on the way? Many of you have said “no” in the past year, but new figures show that XPiration is heading out at last, more than 10 years after the operating system […]

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Legal action started to wind-up iStore

<!––> Make text smaller Make text larger Photos Photo by Tamell Simons Winding up: a petition to wind up the iStore in the Washington Mall has been filed with the Supreme Court<!– 2 of 2 –> According to a legal notice published in today’s Royal Gazette, the landlord of computer and electrics shop, iStore, are […]

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AT&T settles TiVo patent suit for at least $215 million

ATT will pay TiVo at least US$215 million to settle pending patent litigation relating to digital video recorder technology. TiVo in Alviso, California filed in August, 2009 a patent infringement complaint against ATT in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall division, in which it stated that ATT infringed three […]

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Tips in Selecting a PC

Like us on Facebook Desktop PCs have one specialty, to maximize everything. This type of PC is the only one that can be upgraded many times superseding other units and making itself a supercomputer with only the risk of electric failure and shock, but definitely fast! A video uploaded in the Internet featured several processors […]

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Browsing Broad: Town’s Main Drag Offers Shops That Sizzle

Broad Street may be Southern Pines’ main thoroughfare but little about it suggest Main Street, USA — a movie theater, yes, but one that serves wine and doubles as an arts venue. Several coffee shops — none a Dunkin or Starbucks. A grocery store that carries fresh pigs’ ears across from a restaurant with goat […]

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TiVo spikes in after-hours trading on AT&T payment

TELEVISION TiVo spikes on ATT payment TiVo rose as much as 22 percent in extended trading after ATT Inc. agreed to pay at least $215 million to settle a patent lawsuit over digital video recorders. ATT will make an initial payment of $51 million, followed by quarterly payments through June 2018 totaling $164 million, Alviso’s […]

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Intel: Piper CIO Survey Finds Servers Good, PCs Bad

By Tiernan Ray The tech hardware and chip analysts at Piper Jaffray today offered up their outlook on corporate IT spending this year, predicting 4% to 5% IT spending growth, based on a survey of 69 small- and mid-cap company chief financial and chief information officers in 13 industries, the vast majority based in North […]

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