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CEO Meg Whitman touts Hewlett-Packard's ability to offer a wide range of computing devices -- and teases a laptop-tablet combo coming for consumers.
As many laptops dip below $400 to combat the popularity of tablets, Apple isn't falling prey to price wars yet, says Deutsche Bank. Originally posted at News - Apple
If a Chromebook is near trusted hardware like a phone or watch, an app could wake up the machine. Easier screen unlocking could encourage people to lock them in the first place. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
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The developer of COBOL, which allowed computers to handle words instead of just numbers, would have been 107 years old on Monday. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said he's concerned Nokia might try to leverage its patent portfolio for its own legal good. Originally posted at News - Mobile