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USITC investigates patent complaint against mobile device makers

The U.S. International Trade Commission has launched an investigation of patent infringements alleged by patent acquisition firm Digitude Innovations against a who’s who of smartphone and tablet makers. Digitude, a patent licensing firm based in Alexandria, Virginia, has asked the USITC to rule against the mobile device makers and exclude their products from import into […]

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Despite Weak PC Sales, Microsoft is a Buy

If you’re a tech investor chances are you’re pretty excited about the week ahead. Three tech titans release quarterly results and what they say could move markets. Take a look:Wednesday: eBayThursday: Microsoft, Google Ahead of those numbers the Fast traders along with Colin Gillis of BGC Partners parsed through expectations. Here’s how they suggest trading: […]

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A dozen atoms enough to store a bit—provided they’re kept near absolute zero

Magnetic media has been the mainstay of computer storage for decades. Just as with processors, shrinking feature size—smaller clusters of magnetic atoms—have allowed huge gains in storage density. Just as with processors, though, these gains are starting to push up against physical limits, as it’s getting harder and harder to set the magnetic state of […]

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Despite Weak PC Sales, Microsoft is a Buy

If you’re a tech investor chances are you’re pretty excited about the week ahead. Three tech titans release quarterly results and what they say could move markets. Take a look:Wednesday: eBayThursday: Microsoft, Google Ahead of those numbers the Fast traders along with Colin Gillis of BGC Partners parsed through expectations. Here’s how they suggest trading: […]

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Cisco sending enterprises to the cloud

In an effort to accommodate enterprise users looking to implement private and hybrid clouds, Cisco in the coming months will unveil an “integrated” WAN routing system of existing, but enhanced, products. Chambers: Cisco’s Q1 solid, but access routers, Nexus 7000 lagging Cisco’s Integrated Enterprise WAN Solution (IEWS) is comprised of its ASR 1000 edge router, […]

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PC Advisor’s most commented stories of the week – 13th January 2012

It’s been a busy seven days in the world of technology, with Virgin Media announcing its plans to double broadband speeds for its customers and Ofcom revealing its wants 98 per cent of the UK to be able to access 4G technology when the networks are rolled out. As usual our readers have had plenty […]

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U.S. PC Shipments Down 6% in Q4 2011, Apple Up 21%

Wow. Don’t let the facts get in the way of a good excuse. Directly from the Gartner report. You can find it here: http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1893523 “Note: Data includes desk-based PCs, mobile PCs, including mini-notebooks but not media tablets such as the iPad.Source: Gartner (January 2012)” Specifically: “but NOT media tablets such as the iPad.” As for […]

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UPDATE: PC Gold Climbs Almost 66% As Identifies High-Grade Vein at Pickle Crow

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5 Useful Laptop Accessories Spotted at CES 2012

CES isn’t just a parade of giant TVs, razor-thin laptops, or variations of tablets. Accessories for your laptop and other useful peripherals are also making their debut at the electronics show. Here are a few of the most interesting yet useful ones you may be able to get your hands on soon. Belkin Thunderbolt Express […]

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And in other PC gaming news…

Everybody, quick, we need to upgrade to 1.1. The Old Republic’s doing it, Minecraft’s done it, and we don’t want to be left behind. Personally, I’ve attached a pair of Project Fiona style controllers to either side of my head and now I look like this. My head is a new form factor for human […]

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