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  1. Microsoft's Lumia 950 XL looks deceivingly like a flagship Android phoneRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Network World

    With the recently announced Lumia 950 XL Windows Phone, Microsoft aims to replicate the success it had with its Surface tablet in the smartphone market. The specifications of Microsoft's recently announced Lumia 950 XL Windows phone could easily be mistaken for those of a flagship Android smartphone like the Nexus 6. Both are powered by a Snapdragon 810, both have 3GB of RAM, both feature 560x1440-pixel, 5.7-inch screens, and both can shoot 4K video.


  2. future.write();a Conference To Explore Power of Digital InkRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Industry technology leaders and innovative system developers will gather in Santa Clara on October 19-20 at the only event dedicated to exploring digital handwriting and digital ink management. future.write(); provides an industry forum for technology leaders, market visionaries, and developers to discuss the power of digital ink and trends driving user adoption.


  3. Morningstar Assigns "AA" Credit Rating to IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    Intel has been given an "AA" credit rating by analysts at Morningstar . The research firm's "AA" rating indicates that the company is a very-low default risk.


  4. Microsoft Is Creating Havoc For Valve's Steam MachinesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Microsoft purchased the Havoc engine from Intel . For those not familiar, Havoc is not an actual turning pistons kind of physical engine, but rather the framework that numerous popular video games have been built on.


  5. Microsoft launches Surface Book, its first own-brand laptopRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Computer Weekly

    Software giant Microsoft announces a range of new Windows 10 devices, including smartphones, a tablet - and Surface Book, the company's first laptop device The Surface Book laptop is a hybrid device with a detachable keyboard, based on Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. Microsoft is aiming the device at users wanting the latest "super thin" laptop, similar to Apple's MacBook or the Ultrabook machines available from Windows laptop suppliers.


  6. Samsung semi & display units drive quarterly profitsRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Aurora Era-Banner

    Samsung said that it expects its operating profit to increase by nearly 80% in the most recent quarter despite weaker performance in smartphones. The smartphone maker said that its operating profit for the period between July to September was Won7.3tn which is a 78% increase compared to the profit it recorded a year earlier.


  7. Recent Analysts' Ratings Changes for IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago |

    They now have a $30.51 price target on the stock. 10/6/2015 - Intel had its "neutral" rating reaffirmed by analysts at Mizuho.


  8. Intel-Powered Surface Book From Microsoft Is A Threat To AppleRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Apple selected Intel for its most expensive MacBook Pros. Microsoft also selected Intel chips for its first enterprise-worthy premium laptop.


  9. Altera shareholders approve Intel dealRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    As expected, Altera shareholders have approved Intel's $54/share purchase of the company. Over 97% of shareholder votes were cast in favor of the deal.


  10. M&A Daily: Microsoft-Intel Deal Sign Of New Gaming Focus?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

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  11. Sony bets on image sensors with semiconductor spin-offRead the original story

    Yesterday | Aurora Era-Banner

    Sony will split off its semiconductor operations into a separate company to capitalise on growth in its image sensor business. The new division, called Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation, will take over R&D, business control, sales and other operations in the semiconductor division from Sony Corporation.


  12. Wall St. Analyst Announces Investment Opinion: Semiconductor and Tech Stocks ScreenerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    The broad-based rally in U.S. equities on Monday, October 05, 2015, supported a rise in all tech related industries. Major subsectors under this sector such as Hardware, Internet Software and Service, Telecommunication, and Semiconductors posted impressive gains.


  13. HTC suffers yet another quarterly lossRead the original story

    Yesterday | Aurora Era-Banner

    Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has reported a net loss of NT4.48bn the three months ending September, marking the second straight quarterly loss. The company made a net profit of NT$600 bn a year earlier.


  14. Rendering Software EngineerRead the original story

    Monday | Employment News

    Job Description: Company DescriptionMAGNUS Personnel is partnered with the most reputable companies spanning the globe. We provide our clients and candidates specific industry knowledge ensuring that we deliver results in a consistent and highly predictable manner.


  15. Intel to enable SGX technology on future Skylake CPUsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TechSpot

    Intel's initial batch of Skylake processors shipped without Software Guard Extensions enabled. That'll soon be changing as the chipmaker has published a product change notification letting partners know that future Skylake chips will have the feature enabled.


  16. Tech that breaks the bank: 5 of the world's most expensive gadgetsRead the original story

    Monday | Aurora Era-Banner

    Won the lottery or just browsing your options for when you land that massive windfall? There are some expenive peices of kit out there, and CBR brings you five of the most expensive. This is one phone you do not want to drop.


  17. The best desktop strategy: Forget the desktopRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Computer Weekly

    As Microsoft is offering Windows 10 as a free upgrade for users from the decent but old Windows 7, and the badly implemented and generally disliked Windows 8, consumers have been taking the opportunity to move to the new, continuous-delivery version of Windows - the last that Microsoft will provide a number to. From now on, new functionality will be added at regular intervals, downloaded at the same time as the regular patches.


  18. Linux Foundation ropes in Google and Intel to accelerate real-time Linux developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Inquirer

    DUBLIN: LINUXCON EUROPE is underway in Dublin and the first morning has seen a slew of announcements from hosts, the Linux Foundation. Jim Zemlin, chief executive of the Foundation , said in his opening remarks that this year's opening day falls on the 24th anniversary of Linux itself and the 30th of the Free Software Foundation, giving credit to delegates for their part in the success of both.


  19. Intel to begin shipping Skylake CPUs with SGX enabledRead the original story

    Monday | The Tech Report

    Intel's Software Guard Extensions is a CPU instruction set that allows applications to set aside private memory regions for code and data. SGX was first introduced with the Haswell CPU architecture, but the instructions weren't enabled for Skylake CPUs that sold at launch.


  20. Intel Engineers Collaborate with Microsoft To Enhance Key Windows 10 FeaturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | [H]ard OCP

    Last month, Intel debuted 6th Generation Intel Core processor family, its best ever. Engineered to run best on Windows* 10, 6th Gen Intel Core and Microsoft's* newest operating system mark a major milestone for the computing industry and will make people's "personal computing" experience significantly more personal.