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Intel Nabs Senior Exec Faintuch from Qualcomm

Chipmaker Intel Corp has hired Amir Faintuch, a senior executive at Qualcomm Inc , to co-manage the development of the company's chips, an Intel spokesman said on Friday.


Related Topix: Qualcomm, CPU, Science / Technology, Santa Clara, CA, Santa Clara County, CA, Business News

Fri Aug 29, 2014

Business Journal

It's time to 'mobilize' your website's search engine optimization

Nowadays, websites are accessed from a variety of mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets and video game consoles, in addition to the traditional laptop and desktop computers.


Related Topix: Emerging Technology, Search Engines, Search Engine Optimization

KLEW-TV Lewiston

New laptop computers at Genesee schools bring new opportunities

Students in Genesee head back to school on September 2nd, and the district is welcoming them back with some new technology.


University at Buffalo

Can a stack of computer servers survive an earthquake?

The rack of servers shook, but did not fall, during a simulation that mimicked 80 percent of the force of 1994's Northridge earthquake.


Related Topix: Natural Disasters, Earthquake, SUNY Buffalo

KUQL-FM Mitchell

Power cords, childrena s furniture among this weeka s recalls

More than 2 million bean bag chairs manufactured by Ace Bayou are being recalled after two children died while using the furniture.


Related Topix: Product Recalls, McKinney, TX, Laptops/Notebooks, Hewlett Packard

Redditch Advertiser

VISIT: MP Harriett Baldwin on Malvern Science park with former science minister David Willets

A NEW company to the growing cyber security cluster on Malvern Hills Science Park has received a "pleased to meet you" visit from the area's MP Harriett Baldwin.


Related Topix: Worcestershire County, England, United Kingdom

Missing from LAUSD Schools: $2M Worth of Computers

More than $2 million worth of Los Angeles Unified School District computers, mostly iPads, could not be accounted for during a recent audit by the school system's inspector general, it was reported today.


Related Topix: Laptops/Notebooks

Thu Aug 28, 2014


Chromebook Pixel revisited: 18 months with Google's luxury laptop

Is it crazy to pay $1300 for a Chromebook? Some reflections after a year and a half of living with Google's luxurious Pixel.


Related Topix: Laptops/Notebooks, Fitness, Yoga

Samsung new Gear S smartwatch won't need companion phone

This handout illustration released by LG Electronics in Seoul on August 28, 2014 shows LG's new smartwatch "G Watch R" featuring a traditional wristwatch design with a 1.3-inch circular plastic OLED display.


Related Topix: LG Electronics, Electronics, Seoul, South Korea Travel, Travel, South Korea Travel, Asia Travel, South Korea, World News, Marketing

The New Zealand Herald

Apple to unveil next products at Sept. 9 event

Apple's latest product launch will be in a setting that holds a special place in its history, signaling how big this event is for the company.


Related Topix: Apple, Startups, Science / Technology, iPhone, Steve Jobs, Ipad

New Samsung smartwatch won't need companion phone

Samsung has unveiled a computerized wristwatch that can do more without a smartphone to go with it, while LG has one with a round design.



Leap Motion Dives Into Virtual Reality

Leap Motion has continued to improve the software on its gesture-based controller, which allows you to interact with computers purely through hand motions, by adding more accurate and responsive hand tracking.


Related Topix: Science / Technology, Virtual Reality


Round smartwatches mean more work for developers

The arrival of the first round Android Wear-based smartwatches means developers have to take extra care to ensure their apps look good.



IBM Uses Watson as Part of New Cloud Service

IBM announced late Wednesday that it's making its artificially intelligent computer system, Watson, available to researchers as a cloud service.


Related Topix: Science / Technology, High Performance Computing


PH's typhoon hashtags 'a very big deal'

"Open data" - the trove of data-sets made publicly available by governments, organizations and businesses - isn't normally linked to high-wire politics, but just may have saved last month's Indonesian presidential elections from chaos.


Related Topix: Southeast Asia, World News, Indonesia, The Data Company, Law,


HP is still having trouble making PC components that won't kill you

HP has been on fire over the past yeara and that's not a good thing . HP announced this week that it will be recalling roughly 6 million AC power cords that were sold between September 2010 through June 2012 after discovering that the cords are liable to overheat and catch on fire.


Related Topix: Laptops/Notebooks, Hewlett Packard, PC

Wed Aug 27, 2014

Network World

Cotap, a WhatsApp for the enterprise, links with cloud storage providers

Cotap, a startup launched last year that provides a WhatsApp-like messaging service for the workplace, has integrated its product with four leading cloud storage providers and released a desktop app, as it jockeys for position in the enterprise communications market.


Related Topix: Yammer, Google, Startups, Cellphones

Network World

Free, fast Windows updates are the future -- and they could hurt PC sales

Microsoft will unveil the next edition of Windows in just over five weeks, according to a widely-cited report last week.


Related Topix: Microsoft, Startups, Marketing, Microsoft Windows, Science / Technology, Laptops/Notebooks


HP recalls 6 million laptop power cords

If you bought a Hewlett-Packard laptop between September 2010 and June 2012, you may want to check the serial number on the power cord as the computer giant has just issued a global recall for around six million of them.


Related Topix: Laptops/Notebooks, Hewlett Packard, Product Recalls, PC

New Scientist

Supercomputers make discoveries that scientists can't

No researcher could read all the papers in their field - but machines are making discoveries in their own right by mining the scientific literature IN MAY last year, a supercomputer in San Jose, California, read 100,000 research papers in 2 hours.


Related Topix: Science / Technology, High Performance Computing, Arts, Literature, Baylor College of Medicine