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PrimeSense buy would open 'world of apps and services' for Apple

Gartner analyst speculates on reports, says Apple's interest in 3-D gesture and scanning technology would be long-term investment meant to keep pace with rivals read more »

Microsoft hops on 3D printing bandwagon with Win 8.1 app

3D Builder is available now for download from the Windows Store read more »

Suse Linux Enterprise expands regular support to 10 years

Suse expands general support on customer requests read more »

AWS: Our virtual desktop will succeed where others have stumbled

AWS hopes that its new WorkSpace VDI service will appeal to enterprises with low cost and maintenance read more »

Once-pilloried Apple Maps gets the last laugh

Since Google Maps was booted off iOS, the former first-party app shed 22 million monthly users and its reach declined three percentage points read more »

Android, Windows Phone grow in smartphone share, while iPhone drops

Lack of large-screen phablet hurts Apple share, IDC says read more »

Apple springs Retina iPad Mini on customers

Starts selling the 7.9-in. tablet with 2048 x 1536 display, but shipping delays stretch as long as 10 days read more »

Claims surface that Apple will follow Samsung, LG into curved smartphone screens

Larger screens draw more power, but curved displays could compensate by reducing reflection, says expert read more »

Test and test again: Lesson from Windows 8.1's bumpy rollout

That's good advice for Microsoft, developers, hardware partners and customers read more »

Superbug tracking app hits top medical spot in Apple's App Store

The superbug tracking app has been accessed more than 300,000 times read more »

iPad Air's usage share hints at opening weekend sales boom

Air's share was double that of 2012's iPad Mini + fourth-gen iPad, when Apple sold 3M tablets read more »

Zurich Insurance signs Accenture deal to generate better value from SAP apps

The application services agreement will support operations in North America and the UK read more »

Linux 4.0 may have only bug fixes, no new features

Linux creator Linus Torvalds wants comments on a proposal for an entirely bug-fixes and stability release in about a year read more »

Samsung squeezes out Apple for J.D. Power tablet satisfaction honors

Apple cedes coveted award to Asian rival for the first time read more »

iPad trade-in interest doubles over 2012

Design changes -- the new iPad Air is lighter, thinner and faster -- prompt consumers to unload older Apple tablets to fund purchases read more »

Early indicator puts Cook's 'iPad Christmas' prediction at risk

Analyst points out that Google Trends -- a predictor of past quarter sales -- is down 25% from last year at this time read more »

Some Windows 8.1 updates tripping over driver problems

Affected users are reporting that their attempts to download the new version of the OS are failing read more »

How to score an iPad Air on Friday

Plenty of tablets for the opening weekend, says analyst, but for those who just have to be first.... read more »

Windows XP infection rate may jump 66% after patches end in April

Microsoft again puts the scare into XP laggards, this time using stats read more »

Samsung's takes baby steps in touting Tizen OS to developers

Open source OS is viewed as a cross-platform opportunity, and an example that Samsung isn't fully dependent on Android read more »


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