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  • Samsung tablet to be powered by Intel processor, report says

    Samsung tablet to be powered by Intel processor, report says
    One of the new Samsung tablets expected to be unveiled in late June will feature a processor built by Intel, according to Reuters. Most Android tablets and phones have come with computer chips made by ARM Holdings. That's weakened Intel's industry...
  • Upcoming PCs, tablets are expected to shun Windows

    Upcoming PCs, tablets are expected to shun Windows
    Looking to make desktops more competitive in price with tablets and mobile devices, more PC makers are turning to Android. In the latest blow to the new Microsoft Windows 8 operating system, Acer is expected to launch a second Android-based desktop next...
  • Obama tries to curb some patent-holding firms

    Obama tries to curb some patent-holding firms
    The increase in patents in recent years shows their importance to the nation's economy but also has spawned a seamy underside that is attracting attention from regulators and policymakers. The controversy involves the growth of patent-holding...
  • Report: Apple will unveil new versions of MacBook Air next week

    Report: Apple will unveil new versions of MacBook Air next week
    Apple typically introduces new products at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and this year, a report says that the tech giant will unveil new versions of its MacBook Air computers. Apple news blog 9to5Mac, which has an excellent track record...
  • DirecTV among pay-TV distributors seeking over the top rights

    DirecTV among pay-TV distributors seeking over the top rights
    Some of the nation's biggest pay-TV distributors are seeking to secure so-called over-the-top, or OTT, rights from programmers, according to several industry executives. The efforts, if successful, could ultimately clear the way for the demise of the...
  • Heiser's departure from North County High seen as blow to Arundel schools

    Heiser's departure from North County High seen as blow to Arundel schools
    At a recent Anne Arundel County school board meeting, members bemoaned losing one of the district's most prominent and influential leaders to a neighboring county. They weren't talking about Superintendent Kevin Maxwell's departure to take a similar...
  • What to buy in July

    What to buy in July
    The bloggers at dealnews.com, a bargain shopping website, have put together a list of the best and worst things to buy in July. Among the best deals are seasonal summer items, which are starting to hit rock-bottom prices to make way for back-to-school...
  • Wells Fargo galloped ahead of Wal-Mart in corporate giving in 2012

    San Francisco-based Wells Fargo & Co. topped the ranks of corporate giving in 2012, climbing ahead of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., according to a new survey of 100 companies released Sunday by the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Wells Fargo gave away $315.8 million...
  • Facing shareholder pressure, Emulex may cash in its chips

    Emulex Corp. in Costa Mesa designs and makes chips that help data move faster through computer servers and storage networks. The company's Ethernet and Fibre Channel products have been built into the server and storage products of such well-known...
  • CBS channels go dark on Time Warner Cable

    CBS channels go dark on Time Warner Cable
    Unable to come to terms on a new distribution agreement, CBS-owned channels have gone dark on Time Warner Cable systems around the country, including Los Angeles and New York City. In Los Angeles, the signals of KCBS-TV Channel 2 and KCAL-TV Channel 9...
  • CBS signals remain dark on Time Warner Cable as fight drags on

    CBS signals remain dark on Time Warner Cable as fight drags on
    CBS and Time Warner Cable remained locked in a bitter battle over a new distribution contract that left subscribers without access to CBS-owned properties inĀ LosĀ Angeles, New York City and elsewhere. The signals for many CBS-owned media properties...