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When Intel's CEO since 2005 retires next year, the company will still face a problem it's barely begun to solve: finding a foothold in the mobile market.
Todd Bradley says that claims that the market has moved beyond the PC are "just wrong."
The worldwide forecast for 2012 has been upped by research firm IDC to 117 million from 107 million previously.
There's still not a lot to like about the tablet business if you're not Apple.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Arizona may soon ban trolling, filesharing isn't technically "theft," and how iPads are stealing the tears of our youth.
The iPhone 4S looks just like the iPhone 4. How disappointed are you, or does what's inside matter more?
Thanks to the iPad, Apple is once again the top player in the mobile PC market, shipping more than 13.5 million mobile PCs during the second quarter, according to DisplaySearch.
It's 8-02-11 (in U.S. style date parlance, we know), and therefore it's WiFi Day ... we don't know what that means, but Molly's planning to get some ice cream out of it! Plus, Android malware that can record your phone calls and free WiFi in London, thanks to Virgin Media. Plus, the New Yorker is a winner on the iPad and the MacBook Air is a winner with our show hosts.
The celebrated children's book author, who would be 107 today, has 80 percent of the top spots in the books-as-apps category in the Apple App Store.
The latest reworking of the Web-based e-mail client is planned for this fall, and is designed to speed performance and curtail a drop in users.