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Time to end the digital 'arms race' of parental spying?

The CBS Evening News series "The Secret Lives of Teens" asks whether parental spying on teen Internet use is an "invasion of privacy or smart parenting."

By November 21, 2007

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ARM's new Cortex core ready for low-power multicore chips

The new Cortex A9 core design could hit smart phones by the end of the decade and help chip makers take advantage of multicore technology with minimal power consumption.

By October 3, 2007

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Samsung introduces ARM-based smartphone chip

Puts codec on chip to handle motion video processing and 3D graphics, freeing up main processor for other tasks and speeding overall performance.

By February 11, 2008

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ARM, Samsung agreement may point to future iPhone chips

ARM and Samsung announced an extension to their strategic partnership. Samsung makes the main ARM processor in the Apple iPhone.

By February 6, 2008

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ARM plans Android demonstration at MWC

The chip designer will show off prototype mobile phones running Google's Android software, in a very public display of support for the project.

By February 6, 2008

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Arms race heats up with 80-card reader

It comes out only days after a 62-card rival.

By January 25, 2008

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Sinobyte's new mobile arm: the HTC Touch/Dopod S1

After too long with a single-ringer, no-frills, colorless, call-and-text-only Motorola cell phone, this blogger has upgraded to a touch-screen, Windows Mobile, wi-fi capable, hand-held nugget of a computer.

By January 11, 2008

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The advertising arms race

Google wants to get into the in-game advertising space. And while Don Reisinger understands the business side of the deal, he's worried that business will overtake enjoyment.

By November 9, 2007

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Arrival of iPhones greeted by 'armed guards'

Security was reportedly tight as the iPhones get ready to make their stateside debut this Friday.

By June 25, 2007

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Photo gadget cures Awkward Arm Syndrome

XShot Telescopic rod attaches to any compact digital camera or handheld video camera and allows photographers and videographers to be a part of the image.

By October 30, 2007