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A note for Hotmail users (Mar 11, 2011)

Forthcoming AMD processors revealed (Mar 10, 2011)

AMD-powered motherboards ready to take your money (Feb 01, 2011)

Sealed panel PC survives being dunked (Jan 15, 2011)

All-in-one POS device runs SUSE Linux (Jan 13, 2011)

IBM announces solid-state memory breakthrough (Dec 29, 2010)

Intel's 11 tech predictions for '11 (Dec 24, 2010)

Entry-level LAN appliance has dedicated reset button (Dec 07, 2010)

Toshiba spins shake-and-bake hard disk drives (Nov 29, 2010)

Tiny module includes 1.2GHz CPU, Wi-Fi (Nov 22, 2010)

Rackmount computer includes dual quad-core Xeons (Oct 20, 2010)

Intel reveals second-generation Cores, 22nm successors (Sep 14, 2010)

Netbook's first with dual-core Atom (Aug 27, 2010)

Linux distro focuses on audio recording (Aug 25, 2010)

Dual-core Atom for netbooks finally breaks cover (Aug 24, 2010)

Intel wows the Street with best quarter ever (Jul 16, 2010)

Mini PCs include bootable miniSD slots, low power consumption (Jul 02, 2010)

Netbook has 14-hour battery life, Bluetooth 3.0 (Jun 30, 2010)

HP spins a netbook just for schools (Jun 25, 2010)

Intel slims down Cores for thinner laptops (May 25, 2010)

Dual-core Atom for netbooks? (May 17, 2010)

Get ready for 7Gbps wireless networking (May 12, 2010)

Transflective screens finally shipping, Pixel Qi claims (Apr 30, 2010)

Seven-inch tablet runs Android (Apr 28, 2010)

Via aims 64-bit CPUs at embedded market (Apr 23, 2010)

Tiny DIY PC gets smaller, more powerful (Apr 21, 2010)

Marvell promises $100 tablet for students (Mar 19, 2010)

Intel fields six-core embedded CPUs (Mar 18, 2010)

Solid-state disks fall to below $100 (Mar 16, 2010)

Ultra-compact PC targets digital signage (Feb 23, 2010)

Signage computer sports 46-inch display (Jan 30, 2010)

Advantech launches Core i7 flotilla (Jan 15, 2010)

Intel's chip blitz includes 12 embedded CPUs (Jan 09, 2010)

PC fits into keyboard, uses only five Watts (Dec 19, 2009)

$99 netbook runs Linux (Dec 16, 2009)

Atom-powered PC targets in-vehicle signage (Oct 22, 2009)

$300 tablet runs Ubuntu Linux on AA batteries (Sep 23, 2009)

Ubuntu netbook is colored to match (Aug 17, 2009)