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Google to build Play-like hardware store for Project Ara

Hardware makers will be able sell swappable modules read more »

Attach Xbox One Kinect sensors to Windows tablets, PCs with adapter kit

Microsoft releases $49.99, and is specially for Kinect sensors that plug into the Xbox One gaming console read more »

ARM speeds data flow in the cloud with new, zippy interconnects

The faster CoreLink interconnects will help servers react faster to the glut of data from mobile and IoT read more »

EMC buys controlling interest in VCE, its joint venture with Cisco

The move comes as Cisco and EMC are increasingly competitive on some fronts read more »

World's first 3D full-body scanning booth to create custom you figurines

3D hardware maker Artec announced the U.S. debut of the Shapify Booth, which can scan a person's body in 12 seconds to create 3D printed replica figurines read more »

Samsung now producing 32GB DRAM modules, 128GB to follow

Samsung said its 20nm process technology has allowed it to begin mass production of 8Gbit DDR4 chips read more »

Rimini Street's practices remain 'suspect,' Oracle alleges

Oracle isn't buying that the third-party support provider has made its services legally compliant read more »

Motorola Solutions unveils the Symbol TC70 rugged handheld

The 4.7-in. touchscreen can accommodate wet fingers, gloves or a stylus. read more »

Mac revenue tops iPad as Apple sells record 5.5M computers

Apple said it sold a record 5.5 million Macs in the September quarter, boosting sales by 21% year-over-year read more »

Samsung delivers fix for SSD slowdowns

Samsung has issued a software fix to address slowdown problems with its triple-level cell 840 EVO SSDs -- the company's most affordable consumer drive. read more »

With chip fabs gone, IBM's hardware future will be in high-end design

After selling chip-making operations to GlobalFoundries, IBM will focus on designing faster chips and Watson-like computers read more »

5K display aside, Apple's new iMac is barely changed from 2013's desktop

Except for the 14.7-million-pixel display of Apple's new 5K Retina iMac, the machine is virtually the same as last year's model read more »

IBM exits semiconductor business and recreates itself

IBM is shifting from manufacturing to a company that focuses on research, software and advanced systems development. read more »

Cabinet Office launches procurement for new PSN framework

'Network Services’ framework worth up to £2 billion expected to launch in March 2015 read more »

Daisy Group agrees £494m takeover deal by CEO

Consortium led by CEO Matthew Riley to buy telecoms firm read more »

GlobalFoundries to take over IBM's semiconductor unit in $1.3 billion deal

The chip maker is getting factories, patents, employees -- and a $1.3 billion payment from IBM read more »

Apple's iPad Air 2 chip paves the way for new devices

Apple's A8X chip could be used in the next Apple TV, 4K TV, gaming devices or even Macs read more »

Apple's new iMac is its most expensive ever

Apple yesterday launched its most expensive-ever iMac that will appeal to professional creative customers and well-heeled consumers read more »

Why data centers can be massive, but not gigantic

The IT industry has long abused words, touting almost any new product as innovative and disruptive. So it is with data centers, too. read more »

Apple jumps to a 5K display with the new iMac

Apple's 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display is priced at $2,499 read more »


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