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New PS3 1.90 firmware update is now available in Japan

Gaming blog Kotaku is reporting that a 1.90 firmware upgrade is available to Japanese PS3 owners.

By Jul. 23, 2007

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BlackBerry Z10 costs about £99 to make, teardown reveals

BlackBerry's new phone is pricey to acquire, but not too costly to make.

By Feb. 19, 2013

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Apple's iPad overtaking PC sales in schools

The education market is a big segment of computer and tablet sales in the U.S. and new data claims, "the iPad is beginning to cannibalize a material portion of PC sales in this market."

By Sep. 4, 2012

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Dell profit and revenues shrink, and so does its outlook

The company warned that sales in the August-October quarter will continue declining on a sequential basis. CEO Dell says the company is "transforming" its business.

By Aug. 21, 2012

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By May. 8, 1998

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Mac OS X trojan uses your Mac to mint Bitcoins for hackers

A new piece of malware called DevilRobber hides in Mac app torrents and uses your video card to generate real cash moneys for hackers.

By Nov. 1, 2011

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Will Apple's 'Spinning Wheel of Doom' become chic?

An enterprising marketer is attempting to persuade geeks that the new geek chic consists of wearing Apple's Spinning Wheel of Doom on their chests. Will it work?

By Jul. 31, 2010

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Solar City: Solar to get more expensive before it gets cheaper

CEO of solar installer says prices for residential systems are climbing, but he predicts that in 5 to 7 years solar energy will be on par with regular grid power.

By Sep. 6, 2007

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Microsoft says PC, server business still weak

In announcing its quarterly financial results, the software maker said cost cuts helped balance the still-weak economy.

By Jul. 23, 2009

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Best cloud services for email, movies, music and more

What is 'the cloud'? We part the cumulus confusion to present a blue sky future where all our music, films and programs are accessed online.

By Apr. 5, 2012