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Worldwide PC shipments are expected to fall -6.0% in 2014, a slight adjustment from IDC's previous forecast of -6.1%.
Photo sharing app Instagram now offers editing tools that go beyond the original filters that made it popular.
Starting today, Motorola is rolling out Android 4.4.3, KitKat, which was just released by Google.
Google's 64-bit Windows version of Chrome is currently available for preview, promising that the browser is more stable and faster than its 32-bit sibling.
Nintendo has made available a new system update for the Wii U console, introducing changes including the addition of a Quick Start Menu for the Wii U GamePad controller.
MediaTek is showcasing at Computex Taipei a hardware and software development platform called "LinkIt" designed to help the development of wearable devices. The company also announced two System on Chips (SoCs) targeting the smart home market segment -- MT7688 and MT7681.
Facebook is buying acquiring Pryte, a Finnish company that offers mobile phone users the chance to use apps without buying a mobile data plan.
Apple will allow software developers include virtual-currency transactions in their applications.
Cavium, Inc. introduced at Computex the 2.5GHz 48 core ThunderX, a new 64-bit ARMv8 SoC SOC family of processors optimized for a range of applications in the cloud and data center.
Ten years after first going on sale in Japan, the PlayStation Portable (PSP) has reached the end of the line.
Today, HTC announced the HTC One (E8), a more affordble version of the company's One M8 flagship smartphone.
Japan Display has developed a "WhiteMagic" wide UXGA (1,200 x 1,920 pixels) liquid crystal display (LCD) module for 7.0-inch tablets and has begun shipping samples.
AU Optronics debuted at SID a series of car displays for in-vehicle infotainment systems, panels for tablets along with an 1.6-inch ultra thin in-cell touch AMOLED panel for wearable devices and 5-inch flexible AMOLED panel.
Huawei has successfully achieved a 10Gbps Wi-Fi service in laboratory trials at Huawei?s campus in Shenzhen.
Google has announced the DVF | Made for Glass collection, created in collaboration with fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg's studio, DVF.
Sony has just introduced the Xperia T3, a new, 5.3-inch smartphone crafted in a stainless steel frame.
TEAC Europe has just announced the new HA-P50, the company's first portable headphone amplifier with built-in 24/96 USB DAC.
Samsung Display is showcasing the latest advancements for Samsung's Ultra High Definition (UHD) display with a 4200R curvature, the first flexible display for mobile and wearable devices, advances in mobile OLED display technology, and green LCD display technology at the Society for Information Display's Display Week 2014.
Toshiba said on Tuesday it has filed suit in a Taiwan court against Powerchip Technology and three other firms charging infringement of its flash memory patents.
Kingston's HyperX memory was overclocked to 4500MHz, the highest frequency in the world.
Kaleidescape and DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) have reached a settlement agreement that will result in the end of long-standing litigation over Kaleidescape's use of the Content Scramble System (CSS).
WD is demonstrating the first PCI Express hard drive prototypes at Computex. The disks feature a new SATA Express interface, a form of PCI Express technology, which is offered on recently launched Intel series-9 chipset motherboard platforms.
SanDisk today announced the availability of its new SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD - a drive designed for gamers, PC enthusiasts and media professionals.
The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has released the DockPort standard, an extension of the DisplayPort standard that will allow USB 3.1 data and DC power for battery charging to be carried over a single DisplayPort connector and cable that also carries high-resolution audio/video (A/V) data.
Asus announced a slew of PC gaming-oriented products at Computex, including new Republic of Gamers desktop PCs, a laptop, three motherboards, a video card, and a new display.
Intel a Computex announced the Devil’s Canyon, its first 4GHz CPU, plus a 20th-anniversary Pentium processor, the Intel SSD DC P3500 and DC3600 solid-state drives utilizing PCI Express (PCIe) with NVM Express (NVMe) technology for data centers and the first 14nm fanless, detachable 2 in 1 powered by the new Intel Core M processor.

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