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Barnes & Noble launches Samsung Galaxy Tab E Nook tablet for $249

The tablet's 9.6-inch screen allows you to read books, magazines and newspapers in both portrait and landscape mode.

By October 7, 2015


Football, soccer and...Super Smash Bros? E-sports becoming a big business

Competitive gameplay in video games has gone from niche to near-mainstream sport in just a decade.

By June 16, 2015


Alcatel adds OneTouch Pop 10 to its mobile family

Alcatel's 9.6-inch OneTouch Pop 10 tablet features Android 5.0 Lollipop, a quad-core CPU, and a 5-megapixel camera that can record full HD video.

By January 6, 2015


Samsung's profit surges on chip rebound, sale of cheaper phones

South Korean electronics giant posts record $9.6 billion quarterly net income on rebound in chip business and sales of cheaper handsets as smartphones sales waned.

By October 24, 2013


Sony posts record loss as revenue slides and issues mount

The company says that its revenue was down 9.6 percent during the fiscal year ended March 31, and its losses slipped to $5.55 billion on the year.

By May 10, 2012


IBM bringing broadband over power line to rural America

Company signs $9.6 million contract with International Broadband Electric Communications in aim to bring high-speed Internet access to rural communities.

By November 12, 2008


It ain't heavy; it's my laptop

The new Toshiba notebook, which weighs 9.6 pounds and has a 2.2GHz Pentium 4 processor, is designed to replace a high-end desktop PC with a more portable alternative.

By July 9, 2002


Ultryx scoops up $6.5 million

Ultryx said Thursday that it raised a $6.5 million second round of funding, led by ABB New Ventures. Columbus, Ohio-based Ultryx has raised a total of $9.6 million. The company develops software for manufacturers to use in creating more collaboration with their distribution partners.

By August 16, 2001


NEC releases notebook-like device

NEC released Monday its notebook-like handheld, the $899 MobilePro 790. The machine has a clamshell design similar to that of a notebook but is smaller. It also uses an operating system designed for handheld computers. The 1.8-pound MobilePro 790 comes with an 8.1-inch touch-screen display and a case measuring 1.1 inches by 5.2 inches by 9.6 inches. The MobilePro has a 168MHz MIPS processor and 16MB of built-in flash memory to run the latest version of Microsoft's Windows CE OS, version 3.0, as well as so-called pocket versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Windows Media Player. The device also includes a built-in 56kbps V.90 modem and a CompactFlash slot. NEC is targeting the MobilePro at niche markets, such as retail, real estate, insurance and health care.

By June 4, 2001


Panasonic boosts DVD-RAM capacity

The company introduces a new higher-capacity rewritable DVD drive that can store up to 9.6 GB of data on a single, double-sided disc.

August 2, 2000