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Apple, Qualcomm won't get to hog TSMC chip fab capacity

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) won't let either Apple or Qualcomm lock up its semiconductor manufacturing capacity, despite both companies offering to write checks in excess of $1 billion. Though both Apple and Qualcomm are reportedly struggling to increase capacity to meet growing demand, TSMC doesn't want to bet the...
Apple, Qualcomm won't get to hog TSMC chip fab capacity

Hotmail’s war on spam produces head-turning results

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I’ve been critical of Hotmail in the past, given that I find Gmail to be consistently superior from both a product and usability standpoint. However, I now have to admit that Hotmail has been working hard to right its ship. One of the critical components of any good webmail service is spam...
Hotmail’s war on spam produces head-turning results

Apple analyst: Dispatches from a Taiwan and China road trip

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We've having fun following Brian White's travels up and down Apple's supply chain FORTUNE -- Topeka's Brian White is on a week long "technology tour," meeting -- as some analysts like to do -- with his contacts in Apple's (AAPL) supply chain. These are the companies that manufacture mission-critical components...
Apple analyst: Dispatches from a Taiwan and China road trip

How to Have a Great Life and a Great Business

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Check out this free 31-page PDF report called How to Have a Great Life and a Great Business (Especially if You’re Not the “Business” Type). It not only ties together the themes we’ve touched on so far in the Lateral Action Entrepreneur series, but also delivers practical ideas on...
How to Have a Great Life and a Great Business
Intel invests in two Brazilian fashion e-commerce sites

Samsung Hits "Play" on Series 7 Gamer Laptop

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Samsung is dialing it up a notch or four with its new gaming laptop, the Series 7 Gamer. First introduced in January at CES 2012 and available today, the Series 7 Gamer features a unique dial that allows you to switch between four different modes and optimizes the laptop’s performance,...
Samsung Hits "Play" on Series 7 Gamer Laptop

Dell Wins $2.4 Billion Bidding War For Quest Software

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After more than a month of back and forth negotiations, Dell today announced that it had landed the reluctant fish called Quest Software. Dell will pay $28 a share for Quest, about $5 a share more than Quest was valued at when all this started, back in May, for a...
Dell Wins $2.4 Billion Bidding War For Quest Software

Intel researchers put WiFi inside--the processor, that is

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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner unveiled a pair of technologies coming out of Intel Labs that will overcome many of the size and power limits that have stood in the way of integrating radio technology more tightly with computers and other...
Intel researchers put WiFi inside--the processor, that is

ZaReason UltraLap 430 pairs penguin power with Ultrabook form factor

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Beauty shot of the UltraLap 430 Image by ZaReason The latest generation of svelte Ultrabooks paints a potent picture of performance and portability. Although Windows users have a wide assortment from which to choose, Linux enthusiasts have largely been left out of the party. There aren't many options for...
ZaReason UltraLap 430 pairs penguin power with Ultrabook form factor
Udemy Rolls Out New Publishing Platform To Helps Teachers Create Quality Online Courses
Reuters: Apple cutting back on Samsung components for iPhone 5, but not out of hate

An off-contract Lumia 900 will set you back $449.99

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Listen up, Windows Phone fans, the Lumia 900 is on the way. If you don’t mind setting up a new two-year contract, you can snag one for a mere $100 on April 8th. However, if you want to pick one up without a contract, the bill will come to $449.99....
An off-contract Lumia 900 will set you back $449.99
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