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  • Nvidia's Tegra ARM chips heading to supercomputers in Barcelona

     
    Nvidia is entering the supercomputer market and launching a challenge to Intel's processor dominance. The Santa Clara company announced Monday that it was providing a new line of its Tegra ARM processors for supercomputers at the Barcelona...
  • Amazon Kindle Fire review [Video]

     
    Amazon Kindle Fire review: The Kindle Fire combines lackluster hardware with top-notch content and cloud services, which at $199 raises the bar on what a low-price tablet should be....
  • Amazon's $199 Kindle Fire costs $201.70 to build, report says

     
    Amazon is taking a loss on each $199 Kindle Fire it sells, according to a new report from the research firm IHS iSuppli that pegs the total cost to make each tablet at $201.70. The Seattle-based retailer, which is making its tablet debut with the Fire,...
  • Digital projectors poised to take over world's theaters by late 2015

     
    Texas Instruments Inc., which makes the DLP Cinema computer chips used in digital movie house projectors, predicted Wednesday that the world's theater industry could be entirely digital in the next four years....
  • Robert Noyce, superstar of Silicon Valley, gets a Google Doodle

     
    Robert Noyce: Google Doodle honors Robert Noyce, the co-inventor of the microchip. Robert Noyce. The microchip was small in size, enormous in impact....
  • Motorola is building Android phone with Intel CPU for late 2012

     
    A Motorola smartphone with Intel inside is due arrive in the second half of 2012, the two companies announced at the Consumer Electronics Show. The phone will be the first product of a multi-year partnership that will extend to not only smartphones but...
  • Synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani talks Atari, Steve Jobs' Next

     
    Synthesizer composer Suzanne Ciani talks to Times pop music critic Randall Roberts about creating the music on Lixiviation, her new collection. Ciani discusses her work with Atari, Steve Jobs' Next Computers, engineers and inventors....
  • Accused soldier's family searches for answers

    Accused soldier's family searches for answers
    Tears come to Elizabeth Russell's eyes when she thinks of the five Americans her son is accused of gunning down in a moment of rage in Iraq. She prays for them at St. Patrick Catholic Church in nearby Denison: the Navy officer, the Army psychiatrist...
  • Hidden treasures at WGN's TV studios?

    Hidden treasures at WGN's TV studios?
    A major renovation project is underway here at the WGN-TV studios near Addison and Western. We're updating and welcoming our cable station CLTV. WGN-TV's Steve Sanders shows us what was discovered when construction crews opened up an old wall. One...
  • Sierra Leone's crises have global reach

    Sierra Leone's crises have global reach
    When the power went out that night, Dr. Ibrahim Thorlie was operating on his fifth patient of the day in a maternity hospital with a shortage of antibiotics and running water. His colleague was doing an emergency caesarean in the next room. In the...
  • A literary look back

    A literary look back
    Rick Kogan, Tribune reporter "The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the End of America's Childhood" By Jane Leavy Harper, $27.99 Leavy's "The Last Boy" is as masterfully researched and beautifully written as any biography this year. Sox fans like me may...