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Windows 8 ekes out 3.2 percent of desktop OS market

Microsoft's latest OS is gaining ground but is still in fourth place behind Vista, according to Web tracker Net Applications.

By April 1, 2013


Windows 8 swells to 2.7% of OS market

The new OS made a small gain in February from January's 2.3 percent, but it is still in fourth place behind the three top dogs: Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows Vista.

By March 1, 2013


Sorry, the Galaxy Nexus is too big

Samsung's flagship model is today's hero phone in the Android realm, mostly because it's first to the Ice Cream Sandwich party. But better be careful using it one-handed.

By March 1, 2012


LG Nitro HD first impressions: LG's time to shine?

The LG Nitro HD certainly sounds promising--does it have what it takes to topple other Android rivals?

By December 1, 2011


Adobe to ax 750 jobs in restructuring

Software company's shares fall after announcing it will take a $94 million charge to focus on digital media and marketing.

By November 8, 2011


HTC Rezound vs. Motorola Droid Razr vs. Samsung Galaxy Nexus

We compare the HTC Rezound, the Motorola Droid Razr, and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in a mega Verizon superphone chart.

By November 3, 2011


Motorola Droid Razr vs. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (chart)

CNET compiles a quick comparison chart comparing the recently announced Motorola Droid Razr and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

By October 18, 2011


Samsung Galaxy Nexus first impressions: Ice Cream Sandwich makes it sparkle

There's a lot of information to digest about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and its best feature: Google Android 4.0. But when you leave out Ice Cream Sandwich, does the phone lose its luster?

By October 18, 2011


Samsung outlook disappoints

Consumer electronics maker offers guidance on how it performed in the fourth-quarter. It will still see a profit, but not as high as previously expected.

By January 7, 2011


China unseats U.S. in supercomputer ranking

The Tianhe-1A supercomputer bests the Jaguar system in the biannual Top 500 list, but the U.S. high-performance computing community doesn't need to hang its head in shame just yet.

By November 14, 2010