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Cisco, Intel, Others Need Hyperscale Datacenter Tech (Or Else)

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If Intel, Cisco, HP and other vendors don’t develop proprietary chip architectures within the next few years, they could face trouble. continue…

Are Flexible Screens the Next Big Thing?

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Samsung showed off some flexible screens for mobile devices at this year’s CES. They’re not the first firm to toy with that tech. continue…

Does CES Matter Anymore?

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The Consumer Electronics Show, kicking off this week, finds itself at a crossroads. continue…

Samsung Buys Nvelo for SSD Expertise

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Nvelo’s software takes “hot” data and stores it on an SSD. Does Samsung have plans to use it in the data center? continue…

5 Reasons To Keep Your Old Galaxy S… For Now

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I’ve been drooling over Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphone ever since my last contract was up a few months ago. But barring an unanticipated disaster, I’m afraid I’m going to stick with the faithful old Galaxy S, at least until after the holidays. It’s going to be quite a challenge. The lure of 4G, a large, bright display, and super-fast performance is very compelling and I don’t want to miss out on any of the fun. What’s holding me back?… continue…

Samsung’s Android Success Could Trouble Google

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Samsung is swallowing up much of the Android market for itself. continue…

Acer C7 Chromebooks Expand Chrome OS Market

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The Acer C7 Chromebook runs Google’s Chrome OS and is designed for portability, but its short battery life could prove an issue for some users. continue…

Apple, HTC Settlement Could Provide Blueprint for Future Deals

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Apple and HTC have reached a settlement, in what could provide a blueprint for other Apple-Android battles. continue…

Samsung’s Galaxy S III Passes iPhone as Quarter’s Top Smartphone

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Samsung edged past Apple in Strategy Analytics’ smartphone market estimate, but might not hold the crown for long. continue…

Is Samsung Eyeing the Data Center?

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Seizing a portion of the data-center market could be the reason behind Samsung’s 64-bit ARM license. continue…