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Microsoft hopes that it will attract app developers by giving them access to its speech recognition technology for Windows.
Western Digital on Thursday announced its first quarter earnings.
Microsoft said its fiscal first-quarter profit rose by 17 percent, as strong sales of its Office and server software to businesses offset weakness in its flagship Windows system.
IHS analysts believe that supplies of Apple's second-generation iPad mini will fall well short of demand in the fourth quarter due to limited production of the tablet's new Retina Display.
IBM has licensed a broad range of ARM Cortex processors from ARM Holdings, in order to offer the new microprocessors to its custom-chip clients; companies that build network routers, switches and the cellular base stations.
Vine's new "Time Travel" feature allows users to edit their videos by reorganizing their shots before posting.
Corsair today announced the Hydro Series H75 dual-fan 120mm liquid CPU cooler. The H75 provides PC users with quieter and more effective cooling than stock CPU coolers, all in a 120mm footprint that is widely compatible with most PC cases on the market.
Carl Icahn has sent a letter to Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook pushing him for a massive $150 billion buyback at the company. Icahn has also increased his investment in Apple by 22% to 4.73 million shares.
PROMISE Technology today announced Pegasus2 and SANLink2, the first storage solutions with Thunderbolt 2, the technology from Intel that delivers speeds of 20 Gbps.
The FPD International 2013 kicked off on the 23rd in Japan and many companies including Panasonic, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Philips and Japan Display showcase their latest flat panels including 4K OLEDs for tablets and smartphones as well as flexible displays.
Microsoft on Wednesday commented on Apple's move to give away its software, claiming the iWork productivity suite from its rival was "lightweight" and "has never gotten much traction."
Panasonic has launched its new 2-in-1 Ultrabook with Full HD IPS anti-glare display and a more powerful Intel processor.
Samsung Electronics seems to be making a device designed to compete with Google Glass.
LG Electronics reported its lowest quarterly profit for 2013 on Thursday as its mobile business slipped into the red due to the cost of marketing its latest smartphone.
Samsung Electronics has apologised to Chinese customers for problems with some mobile phones after a broadcast on China Central Television criticised Samsung repair policies.
The booth of Japan Display at FPD International 2013 includes a 5.4-inch WQHD (1,440 x 2,560 pixels) TFT LCD module with a pixel density of 543ppi. The company is also showcasing a naked-eye 3D display that tracks the the movement of the viewer's head.
AMD's partners have officially released their Radeon R9 290X implementations and it seems that the new flafship card delivers a great value for money, effectively competing with Nvidia's GTX 780 and TITAN offerings.

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