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The "next-generation" game consoles are here -- but until their game library hits critical mass, the
Microsoft could use a little shake-up to break out of its stagnant pattern. CNET offers eight friendly suggestions.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich touched on the delay of the chip factory in Arizona, the start of Broadwell production in the first quarter, and the strength of the desktop, among other topics.
Dick Costolo outlines four objectives for 2014, two of which represent major deviations from the status quo.
The new Jawbone Up is comfortable and durable, but limited support means this gadget won't make sense for many phone users.
Satya Nadella takes the reins of Microsoft, the government pushes for future cars to talk to each other, and the Chromecast is about to get more interesting.
As Amazon enters the streaming-video device market today, Anthony Wood -- inventor of the DVR and founder and CEO of Roku -- already sees boxes and dongles as stepping stones to TV’s ultimate future.
Brendan Eich stepping down as CEO solves Mozilla's immediate publicity problem, but many are torn about consequences of losing him as a leader and free-speech implications.
Brian Krzanich says the company will do things it's never done before -- like getting chips from outside the company and putting more emphasis on 3G and LTE processors.
Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son and CEO Dan Hesse will likely continue their attempts to sell regulators on a deal with T-Mobile.
Online subscription music service hires a former Amazon executive to try to increase its global reach and subscriber rolls, following layoffs last month.