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1. Acer's New Desktop Box Rides the Chrome OS Wave

56.07%
August 21, 2014
Following on the news earlier this month that it would be releasing a new family of budget-priced Chromebook laptops, Acer on Thursday announced plans to begin marketing a desktop Chromebox The Acer Chromebox CXI line -- aimed primarily at schools and small- and medium-size enterprises -- is set to become available in the U.S. and Canada late next month. ...

2. Samsung, B&N Target Amazon with Nook Tablet

24.28%
August 21, 2014
...never before offered on the Nook: built-in 1.3-megapixel front- and 3-megapixel rear-facing cameras for photos and video chats. The device is Wi-Fi-enabled and comes stocked with Google apps, including a Chrome Web brower and built-in GPS capabilities for mapping apps. Barnes & Noble has done plenty of market research that makes the companies bullish on the Samsung ...

3. Are Price Wars Hitting the Laptop Market?

25.27%
August 19, 2014
How low can laptops go? Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard are joining forces to make sure Google's Chromebook doesn't have the low-cost laptop market to itself. Microsoft is working with partners to create Windows laptops in the $199-$249 price range, one of which is the $199 HP ...

4. Yahoo Joins Google To Make E-mail Spy-Proof

47.98%
August 11, 2014
... Why PGP? In June, Google made headlines by flying in the face of the National Security Agency with a new Chrome browser add-on. The idea is to make your e-mail more secure and spy-proof -- and to provoke other e-mail providers to take similar measures. But the new system Google ...

5. Nuance Unveils Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13

18.48%
July 23, 2014
...Text Control (using your voice to perform direct dictation, text selection or correction and cursor movement within text) in popular web applications such as Gmail, Outlook.com and Yahoo! Mail in Chrome Firefox and Internet Explorer. For example, simply tell your computer to “Open Internet Explorer,” and from there, use your voice to navigate to Facebook, scroll through your news ...

6. Can One Size Windows Fit All? Microsoft Aims that Way

25.81%
July 23, 2014
...Apple and Google, both of which have separate strategies for app development on laptop and desktop computers and mobile devices. Apple uses Mac OS X and iOS and Google uses Chrome and Android. Nadella said he wanted to develop a single operating system that would adapt its layout and controls to numerous environments, including phone, tablet, PC ...

7. How Google's Chrome Browser Eats Your Battery Life

94.38%
July 21, 2014
If Windows-based users of the Google Chrome Web browser check the Windows Task Manager, they will find that Chrome uses more than its fair share of system memory. But more than being a resource hog, it ...

8. Google Sells a Million Chromebooks to Schools in Q2

43.36%
July 21, 2014
...its Google Play for Education, a portal for teachers and schools that it launched at the end of 2013 to make Android-based apps easier to purchase, will now also offer Chrome apps and books. The company has said that about 10,000 schools are using Chromebooks Recently, Microsoft announced that there would soon be $199, Windows-based HP Stream ...

9. Opera Software To Buy Startup AdColony

15.18%
July 16, 2014
...had to separately deal with Opera and AdColony in the past. Opera's other business is building a Web browser, similar to Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer or Google's Chrome that's able to reduce data usage and make pages load quickly. Mahi de Silva, chief executive of Opera Mediaworks, said AdColony's video compression technology could help ...

10. Google Sends Hacker Team to Hunt Bugs

24.94%
July 15, 2014
...Ben Hawkes, who has been credited with discovering numerous bugs in widely used software such as Adobe Flash and the Microsoft Office applications; American hacker George Hotz, who defeated Google's Chrome OS defenses to win the company's Pwnium hacking competition earlier this year; and Ian Beer, who was credited with finding six bugs Apple's iOS, OSX and Safari platforms. ...
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Who Is the Hacker Group Lizard Squad?
Are they dangerous or just obnoxious? That’s what many are wondering about the hacker group Lizard Squad, which tweeted out a bomb threat that grounded a flight with a Sony exec aboard.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Intel Intros Lightning-Fast PC Processors
Call it extreme. Intel just took the covers off its first-ever eight-core desktop processor, which is aimed at hardcore power users who expect more than the status quo from their computers.
 
HP Previews ProLiant Gen9 Data Center Servers
Because traditional data center and server architectures are “constraints” on businesses, HP is releasing new servers aimed at faster, simpler and more cost-effective delivery of computing services.
 
Apple Set To Release Largest iPad Ever
Tech giant Apple seems to have adopted the mantra “go big or go home.” The company is planning to introduce its largest iPad ever: a 12.9-inch behemoth that will dwarf its largest existing models.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
iWatch Watch: What Will Apple Ask Us To Wear?
There are still more questions than answers when it comes to details about the smart watch Apple seems poised to debut on Sept. 9. In fact, nobody seems completely sure that it will be a smart watch at all.
 
Google Successfully Tests Its Own Delivery Drone
While top technology companies are engaged in an "arms race" to develop drones that can quickly deliver goods to anyone anywhere, Google has revealed it successfully tested its own version.
 
Will iPhone Finally Catch Up with NFC Mobile Payment Ability?
Apple's latest version of the iPhone may have a mobile wallet to pay for purchases with a tap of the phone. The iPhone 6 reportedly is equipped with near-field communication (NFC) technology.
 

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