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A new slate of Chrome OS-powered laptops and all-in-ones top off Google's spring Chromebook lineup, most of which will be powered by Intel's power-sipping Bay Trail chips.
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Racing is a family affair in Texas. The XCAR team left their London headquarters to experience first-hand the rough and ready world of oval racing in the Lone Star State and met some of the Texans who spend their free time in vigorous pursuit of speed.
The search giant should be investigated by the U.K. tax authority over its approach to paying taxes, says a report by a parliamentary watchdog.
The computer, for which you have to supply your own display and keyboard, hadn't been updated in two years.
Apple boasts that its $2,499 iMac Retina 5K Display has a higher resolution that even Ultra HD televisions.
Apple might be offering a new iPad Air to customers, but the company has decided to keep its existing tablet in place for those seeking a cheaper option.
The release of WatchKit will allow developers to start creating apps for the Apple Watch, which is expected early next year.
Apple unveils new iPads on Thursday that for the first time include the iPhone's Touch ID fingerprint sensor. The company says it was "the most-requested feature" in its tablets.