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Samsung, LG Display Feud Winding Down As LG Drops Sales Ban Request Against Galaxy Note 10.1

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The War of the Korean Tech Giants: Battle Display is approaching a detente. LG Display has dropped its request for a domestic sales ban on rival Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1, reports Yonhap News Agency. The world’s two top display makers (Samsung is in the number one spot) have been warring...
Samsung, LG Display Feud Winding Down As LG Drops Sales Ban Request Against Galaxy Note 10.1
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Qualcomm integrates 4G into its mobile Snapdragon processor

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Making it easier for mobile device manufacturers to build 3G and 4G-equipped devices, Qualcomm today announced that its newest quad-core processor would include these wireless capabilities. 3G is the third-generation of wireless data, while 4G is ostensibly the fourth...
Qualcomm integrates 4G into its mobile Snapdragon processor

Korean researchers develop new flexible, more stable lithium-ion battery

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Researchers from South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology have developed a new "shape-conformable" polymer electrolytes that could help craft those flexible display handsets of the future. Thanks to the nano-materials used, these polymers behave like more typical liquefied electrolytes but would create, according to the country's...
Korean researchers develop new flexible, more stable lithium-ion battery

VIDEO: 3D printing 'as big as the internet'

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Ping Fu's company Geomagic is revolutionising the manufacturing process in the digital age using 3D printing....
VIDEO: 3D printing 'as big as the internet'
Next iPhone will use in-cell technology to produce a thinner screen, says WSJ

AMD Launches Radeon HD 7950 Graphics Card

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January 31, 2012 is finally here, so Advanced Micro Devices stepped up and made the genuine introduction of the second board from its Radeon HD 7000 series. The Radeon HD 7950 graphics adapter is powered by the same graphics processing unit as the HD 7970 (the GPU codename is...
AMD Launches Radeon HD 7950 Graphics Card

Intel Officially Launches First Quad-Core Ivy Bridge Processors

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In line with the rumored April 23 launch date, BBC News reports that Intel has officially introduced the first batch of its next-generation Ivy Bridge processors. The processors are Intel's first to use a 22-nm manufacturing process and "Tri-Gate" technology of 3D transistors to reduce power and increase efficiency. The...
Intel Officially Launches First Quad-Core Ivy Bridge Processors

Spotted: Samsung shows off a white Series 9 Ultrabook with a different finish, we prefer the old version

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Welcome to "Laptop Porn," an exciting series hosted by that lady who reviews notebooks sometimes. Here at CES 2013, Samsung is showing off a white version of its 13-inch Series 9 Ultrabook -- the same second-gen model that's been shipping since last year. What's interesting is that although this...
Spotted: Samsung shows off a white Series 9 Ultrabook with a different finish, we prefer the old version
AMD’s 1-gigahertz Cape Verde graphics chips will bring extreme performance to mid-range computers
SpaceX Team Tells Us To Learn C++, Says They'll Take Us To Mars In 5 Years

Yota To Mass Produce E-ink Phone In Singapore

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Russian phone maker, Yota Devices, will start making its first dual-screen e-ink YotaPhones in Singapore. The company has signed with Hi-P, a manufacturer in the country, to have it mass produce the devices. Yota’s COO, Lau Geckler, told us that he is also in Singapore to help set up Yota’s...
Yota To Mass Produce E-ink Phone In Singapore
Fracture Raises Another $500K For On Demand Printing Of Photos On Glass
AMD's new Hondo CPUs aren't quite a perfect fit for Windows 8 tablets
0.3mm thin 'organic radical battery' from NEC can be printed straight to IC cards
HP unveils an army of PCs featuring Intel's new low-power processors
AMD launches new set of 8-core processors for gamers

Samsung aims to up memory to 2GB for phones, tablets

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Electronics giant announces that an advanced manufacturing process allows it to pack 20 percent thinner memory chips into a 2 gigabyte package. [Read more]...
Samsung aims to up memory to 2GB for phones, tablets

The $10m Kickstarter Pebble Smartwatch hits a snag as first shipment is delayed

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The Pebble E-Paper Watch is a Kickstarter record breaker and Web phenomenon after raising more than $10 million in crowdsourced donations, but the ambitious project has hit a snag after it postponed the first shipment of the much sought after ‘smartwatch’. Despite the huge haul in funding and significant weight...
The $10m Kickstarter Pebble Smartwatch hits a snag as first shipment is delayed

TSMC ramps 28nm ARM Cortex-A9 chip to 3.1GHz, gives your desktop jitters

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We know TSMC's energy-miser 28-nanometer manufacturing process has a lot of headroom, but the company just ratcheted expectations up by a few notches. Lab workers at Taiwan's semiconductor giant have successfully run a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor at 3.1GHz under normal conditions. That's a 55 percent higher clock speed...
TSMC ramps 28nm ARM Cortex-A9 chip to 3.1GHz, gives your desktop jitters

Cisco to buy LightWire to bring optics to the data center

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LightWire's optics transceiver. Cisco said Friday it is buying LightWire, a company that makes optics chips using traditional chip manufacturing techniques in a deal valued at $271 million. This is a significant acquisition for Cisco because it stays true to its core networking business and advances it with some pretty...
Cisco to buy LightWire to bring optics to the data center

White Nokia Lumia 800 hits Australia in March

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Nokia will launch its Lumia 800 Windows Phone in Australia come March, with the existing black, cyan and magenta variants joined by a white model. Offered on Australian carriers Optus, Telstra, Vodafone “and all major retailers” no pricing for the Lumia 800 has been announced, but the smartphone will come complete with...
White Nokia Lumia 800 hits Australia in March

20-Year-Old College Dropout Has A Plan To Save The American Clothing Industry

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At 20 years old, Madison Maxey should be finishing up her second year of college.  Instead she's dropping out to become one of this year's 20 Thiel fellows. The program was launched by PayPal founder Peter Thiel to give inspiring young entrepreneurs the funding ($100,000), time (two years), and mentorship needed for their creative work....
20-Year-Old College Dropout Has A Plan To Save The American Clothing Industry

Chip delays point to next-gen iPhone launch around October

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Will Apple return to its usual summer launch for its next iPhone revision, or will it repeat last year's fall unveiling of the iPhone 4S? The latest news from baseband supplier Qualcomm suggests the iPhone update will happen closer to October due to manufacturing delays. Apple has switched its...
Chip delays point to next-gen iPhone launch around October

CPU Wars: The nerdiest card game ever?

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I consider myself extremely fortunate to have a dad who was always around when I was growing up. Well, almost always around. Every Thursday night — around my bedtime, so I can forgive him — he would leave the house to go to a poker game with a group of...
CPU Wars: The nerdiest card game ever?

7 Open Source Questions With Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst

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I recently had a chance to sit down over a Thai food lunch with Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst. Whitehurst, who took over Red Hat after leaving Delta Airlines in 2007, had a lot to say about the current situation of open source computing, and ReadWrite will be following up...
7 Open Source Questions With Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst

Are electric cars bad for the environment? | Leo Hickman

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Academics in Norway have published a study arguing that electric cars can be more polluting than is widely assumed. Leo Hickman, with your help, investigates. Post your views below, email leo.hickman@guardian.co.uk or tweet @LeoHickman9.40am: A study by engineers based at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology has questioned some...
Are electric cars bad for the environment? | Leo Hickman

ARM Expects 20-nanometer Processors by Late Next Year

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ARM chips made with an advanced, 20-nanometer manufacturing process could appear in smartphones and tablets by as soon as the end of next year, the head of ARM's......
ARM Expects 20-nanometer Processors by Late Next Year

Sony's 2012 PlayStation torn down, shows its evolved roots (video)

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We've looked intensely at the outside of the redesigned PlayStation 3 ever since it was unveiled in Tokyo last month. Getting a look inside has proven unusually tougher, but French YouTube member K0st3yr has volunteered to do what few gamers dare and tear down Sony's updated console. As we've...
Sony's 2012 PlayStation torn down, shows its evolved roots (video)
Dock+ Aims To Keep Things Simple And Give Your iPhone 5 The Lightning Support It Needs
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