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An announcement that the electronics giant bought Fingerprint Cards, a fingerprint ID maker, wasn't real, the Swedish company says.
Sketchy-looking 3D printing "company" finds snag in fabric of reality, pulls.
Lenovo wants to be seen as a "personal cloud solution" provider more than a PC manufacturer. Meanwhile, Acer also gets cloud-happy.
AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile join forces to build a commerce network designed to let people more easily buy items via cell phones.
Music Reports Inc. announces they will now be handling the back-end licensing and accounting for Microsoft's Zune Pass music subscription service.
OpenPeak unveils pics and specs for its 7-inch multimedia tablet, the OpenTablet 7.
Dell unveils a Nickelodeon-edition Netbook, which may represent a change in the way the next generation develops its social and decision-making skills.
Acronis misinterpreted its survey data and showed an alarming percentage of people back up only once every two or three months. But it turns out the stats aren't as bad as you think.
The question is not so much what the long-awaited cybersecurity report says. It's whether it triggers immediate action and laws to finally address critical vulnerabilities.
A report from Jon Peddie Research says the market for PC game hardware is larger than the market for game software. And PC gaming is bigger than console gaming.