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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Intel expects a single-digit percentage increase in the company's revenue for the Q2 2013, unchanged from prior expectations and despite the falling sales of PCs.
Yahoo today reported a flat net revenue for the first quarter, as the company's display advertising business kept experiencing declining revenue.
Speaking at a conference in New York on Tuesday, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said that there will be more than a billion smartphones running the Android software within the next six to nine months.
LG has send out invitations for a New York City press conference slated for Wednesday, May 1.
Facebook has updated its iPhone and iPad applications to let people keep using its chat feature even when thay are doing stuff on Facebook, like checking their News Feed.
Japanese manufacturer Scythe today announced the the brand new Ashura CPU Cooler.
Even after 10 years of operation, Apple's iTunes store leads the market in digital music downloads, although Amazon.com's AmazonMP3 has grabbed more than a fifth of the market.
HP will soon enable users to control its hardware by moving their hands in the air, as a result of a new deal between HP and a startup called Leap Motion.
Mozilla's CEO has confirmed that the smartphones running on the open-source Firefoc OS operating system will be landing in Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, Mexico, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Spain, and Venezuela this summer.
WD today unveiled WD SmartWare Pro, a software tool that gives users the power to back up their files to any USB external hard drive or the cloud using their personal Dropbox.
Dell today launched the Latitude 3330, designed for schools and educators.
Sapphire has just added a 2 GB model to the recently introduced HD 7790 series of graphics cards.
Microsoft today announced lower prices for hosting and processing its customers' online data in an effort to challenge Amazon.com's cloud computing services.
BIOSTAR's full range FM2 motherboards are ready to support the new AMD "Richland" series, although users need to update BIOS and drivers first.
Music streaming service Spotify has launched in Asia and Latin America, announcing plans to launch in eight new countries as it attempts to catch up with rival Pandora.
Altera and TSMC today announced a technology collaboration using TSMC?s 55nm Embedded Flash (EmbFlash) process technology.
Netflix is considering using extensions to HTML5 video to enable enable playback of premium video content on web browsers.
A Sony-backed Japanese ISP is offering plans with 2Gbps download and 1Gbps upload speeds in Tokyo and districts surrounding it - double the speed offered by Google Fiber in specific cities in the U.S.
The Google Glass wearable device will have a high-resolution display equivalent of a 25-inch high-definition screen from eight feet away, and will capture 5-megapixels images and video at a resolution of 720p, according to technical specs released by the company on Monday.

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