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Friday, June 07, 2013
Microsoft today released a new version of Bing Desktop that includes new features.
Demand for flexible displays is set to undergo massive growth during the next seven years, driving a nearly 250 times expansion in shipments from 2013 through 2020.
Intel's latest application processor, Z2580, reportedly sets the bar for performance and current drain in smartphones, outperforming competition.
Mushkin today launched the Scorpion Deluxe PCIe SSD alongside Mushkin's "Pacific Rim Sweepstakes" which will run from June 5, 2013 until August 17, 2013.
ZTE completed data signaling at speeds of 400 Gigabits per second over a distance of more than 5,000km, setting a benchmark for the global optical networking industry.
Worldwide external disk storage systems factory revenues posted a year-over-year decline of -0.9%, totaling just over $5.9 billion, in the first quarter of 2013 (1Q13), according to the International Data Corporation (IDC).
TiVo Inc. announced today that it has settled its pending patent litigation with Motorola (now owned by Google and Arris), Cisco and Time Warner Cable and that TiVo has agreed to enter into certain patent licensing arrangements with Arris, Cisco, and Google.
ARM and Intel claim superiority over each other's mobile processors - ARM Cortex A15 Vs. Silvermont-based Intel chips.
Microsoft's Bing Team has made the Bing Translator app available for download in the Windows Store for Windows PCs and tablets.
In a bid to get marketers to spend more money, Facebook is simplifying the advertising options offered advertisers.
Tech companies including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Facebook on Thursday said they do not provide any government agency with access to their servers, responding to reports that they have granted such access under a classified data collection program.
As the E3 game show is just a few days away, Microsoft continues sharing information about the Xbox One as a connected device; its games licensing policies; and its privacy principles for the new Kinect sensor.

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