"Microsoft expects Motorola to withdraw Xbox complaint after FTC settlement: Microsoft told the US International Trade Commission it expects Motorola Mobility to withdraw some requests for patent-related injunctions"
Computerworld 8:42 AM
"Microsoft: 60 million Windows 8 licenses sold to date"
ZDNet 5:41 PM
"New Intel Chipsets Spur Hope for Windows 8 Surge in 2013: 2012 was a tough year for Windows 8 hardware. But 2013 is already looking a lot better"
Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows 11:43 AM
"Intel Hedges Bets, Gets Cozy With Android: At CES 2013, Intel shows it won't let longstanding partnership with Microsoft stand in the way of growth."
InformationWeek 8:38 AM
"Power saving through marketing: Intel's '7 watt' Ivy Bridge CPUs/The new CPUs definitely save some power, but not as much as you might think."
Ars Technica 6:26 PM
"Intel at CES: More performance, less power, and x86 everywhere/2013 will be a defining year for Intel's mobile computing strategy."
Ars Technica 8:47 AM
"Voice recognition will make touch obsolete, Intel exec says: Intel Senior Vice President Mooly Eden tells CNET that other forms of 'perceptual computing' will change computing as we know it. And it may not be as far away as it seems."
CNET 3:31 PM
"Intel preps its first quad-core Atom chip for tablets: Intel says the upcoming Bay Trail chip will have double the performance of today's Clover Trail processors"
InfoWorld 8:30 AM
"Intel Haswell: $599 Touch Ultrabooks In 2013"
BYTE 8:30 AM
"5 Things to Expect from Intel This Year"
Techland 8:30 AM
"Intel and AMD take another step into the future with perceptual computing"
Digital Trends 8:26 AM
"AMD takes fight to Intel with Richland, Temash and Kabini/Read more: AMD takes fight to Intel with Richland, Temash and Kabini"
PC Pro [Free Registration Required] 8:27 AM
"AMD's Su says engineers transitioning from PC culture"
Yahoo! News 8:55 PM
"AMD Demos Next Gen APUs, Partners with Vizio, HP, ASUS"
HotHardware 11:03 AM
"AMD shows off Windows 8 tablet with upcoming Tamesh chip: Temash chips will come in dual- and quad-core versions and will be twice as fast as the Z60 tablet chip introduced in October"
InfoWorld 8:25 AM
"AMD Taps NVidia Vet to Lead Global Channel Sales, Names CFO"
The VAR Guy 8:26 AM
"AMD unveils new APUs, SoCs and Radeon HD 8000 Series"
bit-tech 8:26 AM
"Cisco Expands Linksys Smart WiFi Portfolio"
eWeek 8:29 AM
"IBM services chief and CEO contender Daniels retires: Other top brass may follow suit, letting others move up"
Channel Register 8:35 AM
"International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) Looking to Develop Affordable 'Cloud Computing'"
The Point 8:36 AM
"IBM brings smarter home, mobile initiatives to CES 2013/Summary: IBM shows off its cloud platform and new partnerships amid the connected home buzz at CES 2013."
ZDNet 8:37 AM
"Why Warren Buffett Keeps Buying IBM"
Forbes 8:36 AM
"Vint Cerf: Internet competition has 'evaporated' since dial-up/Zero regulation for telcos could endanger neutrality, Internet co-creator says."
Ars Technica 5:59 PM
"Sony CEO Kaz Hirai: 'We need to be a more focused company'/The Verge sits down with Sony's president and CEO for a chat"
The Verge 6:26 PM
"Simulated trip to Mars left crew with sleep, exercise problems: Some napped, one shifted to a 25-hour day; all but one remained alert."
Ars Technica 3:07 PM
"Textbooks at CES highlight the changing education industry: McGraw-Hill is introducing a new 'adaptive textbook' called the Smartbook for computers and tablets."
The Verge 2:11 PM
"Google Opens Up Registration For 'Advanced Power Searching' Program"
TechCrunch 2:10 PM
"Hulu Debuts Previews Of Its 2013 Original Programming And Exclusive Series"
TechCrunch 12:00 PM
"Steam 'game console' hardware debuted at CES: A modular PC designed to let users to play Steam games on their TV has been unveiled at CES."
BBC 3:22 PM
"Valve-funded Steam-optimized PC coming from Xi3"
GamesIndustry 11:03 AM
"Firefox OS Makes An Appearance At CES On 'Mystery' Hardware [Video]"
Redmond Pie 10:07 AM
"Samsung's Video search tool for TVs will be coming to tablets too: TJ Kang, senior vice president of Samsung's media solution center, tells CNET that certain tablets will be able to use the new feature that allows users to search live TV and various streaming services through one app."
CNET 9:46 AM
"Broadcom chip ushers in H.265 and UltraHD Video: The H.265 Video standard, aka HEVC or MPEG-5, squeezes more pixels over a network connection to support new high-resolution 4K TVs. Broadcom's c"
CNET 8:17 PM
"Qualcomm's insane CES 2013 keynote in pictures and tweets: A night of cringeworthy conversations, product demos, and music"
The Verge 5:58 PM
"CES keynote: Young people today are 'born mobile'"
CNN 8:41 AM
"Ballmer, Big Bird and Desmond Tutu enliven Qualcomm's big night at CES: The chip maker put on quite a show but found time to announce a new family of Snapdragon chips, the 800 series"
Network World 8:41 AM
"Amazon Prime arrives in Canada: Free two-day shipping, no Instant Video"
Engadget 9:18 AM
"Manufacturers Need You to Buy an Ultra-High-Def 4K TV. Save Your Money"
Wired 9:00 AM
"Google offers free Wi-Fi in Chelsea neighborhood: The company's free public Wi-Fi in the Chelsea neighborhood is available to folks between Gansevoort Street and 19th Street from 8th Avenue to West Side Highway."
CNET News 9:46 AM
"U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, Google CIO To Unveil Free WiFi In NYC's Chelsea Neighborhood"
TechCrunch 8:24 AM
"Is NYC Getting Super Fast, Free Internet? Google Is Holding A Mysterious Press Conference This Morning (GOOG)"
San Francisco Chronicle 8:23 AM
"First cracks appear in Windows RT's locked-down desktop: But the complex hack falls some way short of being a useful jailbreak."
Ars Technica 11:43 AM
"Sprint Vaguely Jumps on Windows Phone 8 Bandwagon: Sprint says it will deliver Windows Phone 8 handsets this year, but won't even say which models it will offer"
Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows 9:52 AM
"US is main source of EU credit card fraud - Europol"
BBC 3:23 PM
"France tells internet service provider to end ads block"
BBC 3:23 PM
"Bob Dylan's record label dodges copyright law with super limited release of rare songs: Available in just 100 copies, Sony Music's box set exploits Europe's 'use it or lose' it provision to avoid the public domain"
The Verge 2:11 PM
"Web Firms Pressed to Pay More: French Government, Internet ProViders Want Google, Others to Invest in Infrastructure"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:50 AM
"India to Western Tech Firms: To Sell It Here, Build It Here"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:50 AM
"Witnessing The Rebirth Of The Greek Startup Ecosystem"
TechCrunch 9:12 AM
"Scientists Relieved As Supreme Court Passes Over Case Against Embryonic Stem Cell Research"
Forbes 9:09 AM
"Treasurys up before auction seen as Fed gauge: U.S. to sell 3-year notes at highest yield in several months"
MarketWatch 8:51 AM
"ENISA, Europe's Cyber Security Agency, Says Drive-By Exploits Are The Biggest Threat Today, Spam On The Decline"
TechCrunch 9:15 AM
"The delicious snacks of CES: tradeshow tailgating/This year's 'exclusive' Digital Experience was a tribute to the American experience, complete with faux cheerleaders and gridiron heroes"
The Verge 7:58 PM
"From pizza museums to Sundance films: Kickstarter projects collect $274M in 2012"
GigaOM 7:33 PM
"Demo: Conditional actions in Photoshop CS6"
Adobe 1:15 PM
"Nokia Confirms It's Keeping An Open Mind About Using Android In Future. Message To Microsoft: Don't Take Support For Granted? | TechCrunch"
TechCrunch 10:07 AM
"Could the next Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram ever debut at CES? More apps, websites, and cloud software startups are creeping into the gadget show, but they remain an afterthought to the main action"
The Verge 9:19 AM
"Plot An Effective Data Archive Strategy"
TechWeb News 9:08 AM
"In which 'Windows Technical Support' scammers call me again: 'Justin Roberts' would like to fix my computer remotely."
Ars Technica 8:44 AM
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