The developer of Dragon voice recognition software wants to create home appliances that respond to voice commands -- even when they're off.
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Longtime exec in Austin's chip industry is heading west to take the reins at the California chipmaker.
Gil Amelio, Ellen Hancock, and Steve Wozniak launched a blank check start-up in 2005. Less than three years after writing that check, investors see most of their equity disappear.
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The rarefied world of achievement is awash in metaphors, so News.com's Michael Kanellos lists some that can be applied to the heroes, villains, and principles of ordinary life.
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These 10 public technology companies were once important, even exciting. Now they're well on their way to obscurity.
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