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Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Microsoft is trying to attract more Windows 8 and Windows Phone developers and it's tempting them by offering $100 per app for newly published applications submitted to the Windows Phone Store or the Windows Store by June 30th.
Microsoft said on Tuesday that allegations of potential bribery by employees in China, Romania and Italy should be reviewed by U.S. agencies and its own compliance unit.
Security researchers have discovered a botnet that is stealing millions of dollars per month from advertisers by simulating click-throughs on display ads hosted on at least 202 websites.
Google has announced that it is rolling out its Chrome OS notebooks to Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, France, and the Netherlands as of Tuesday.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 smartphone costs $244 to make, according to data from market researcher IHS iSuppli.
This week Intel heads to TV Connect 2013 to highlight its solutions for set-top boxes, media servers, and video gateways. At the London event, Intel will launch the Intel Media Server Reference Design (MSRD) at TV Connect.
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang kicked off the company's annual GPU Technology Conference in San Jose this morning, unveilling the company's new Tegra roadmap and graphics chips.
A German court on Tuesday ruled that HTC infringes on a Nokia patent related to a power-saving technology for mobile phones.
BlackBerry's CEO promised US customers that the Z10 samrtphone will boast 100,000 apps when it debuts in the U.S.
Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding said Tuesday that the European Commission must take a larger role to monitor consumer protection laws, citing Apple's misleading commercial warranties as an example.
Noctua will be supplying its customers with its SecuFirm2 mounting kits for new platforms free of charge. While newer Noctua heatsinks support Haswell's LGA1150 socket out of the box, older models can now be upgraded with the new NM-i115x kit at no additional cost.
Samsung has begun producing a new lineup of middle power LED packages with the industry's highest efficacy level, making it ideal for use in a wide variety of LED lighting applications including LED tubes, LED ambient lighting, downlighting and retrofit lamps.
Panasonic has commercialized a bridge LSI that connects UHS-II standard-compliant SD cards with host CPU having PCI-Express interface.
Motorola Mobility's SecureMedia content protection has been approved by the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem LLC (DECE) for streaming UltraViolet content.
South Korean manufacturers Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are in a patent row over technology that enables users to control their smartphones with their eyes.
Brion Technologies, a division of ASML, on Monday announced a partnership with GLOBALFOUNDRIES to deliver high volume computational lithography capabilities for 28 nm and 20 nm tapeouts, while also accelerating the development of future nodes, including extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography.
NTI has made available NTI Pocket Ninja, an easy app designed specifically to safeguard personal data stored on a USB pen drive.
SAPPHIRE has officially announced the HD 7950 Mac Edition, a new graphics accelerator compatible with the Apple Mac Pro series of desktop computers.
Samsung Electronics is developing a wristwatch as it races against Apple to create a new industry of wearable, smartphone devices.
ARM Holdings plc announced today that Chief Executive Officer Warren East has decided to retire from the company, effective 1 July 2013, after nearly twelve years as CEO and nineteen years at the company.
Electronic Arts on Monday announced that chief executive John Riccitiello is stepping down and that the US videogame giant would make less money than initially expected this quarter.

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