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Mobile oddities: Delve into the stranger side of MWC

From Wi-Fi coffee makers to GPS-enabled canes, Mobile World Congress 2013 gave companies a chance to tout the offbeat side of mobile tech.

By February 27, 2013

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Fujitsu comes to market with a pair of ultrabooks

Fujitsu joins the cavalcade of ultrabook announcements.

By June 5, 2012

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Fujitsu flaunts quad-core ICS, bucketload of dunkable phones

For now, Fujitsu's phones are only available in Japan, but what can you expect if they ever make their way to our shores? Some pretty cool stuff, actually. Take a peek here.

By March 1, 2012

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Nvidia updates 'Quadro' line of graphics chips

Nvidia introduces a bevy of new top-line professional graphics chips aimed at high-end scientific and engineering users.

By March 30, 2009

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Fujitsu launches first colour ebook reader

Fujitsu has just launched the first full-colour ebook reader in Japan, with Wi-Fi, mobile connectivity and wireless ebook downloading

By March 18, 2009

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Hands-on with the MacBook Air

Firsthand account of Apple's latest laptop.

By January 15, 2008

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Windows Home Server really available, sort of

Microsoft announces "general availability" for the home server operating system, although that's a bit of a stretch. HP's server won't be available until later this month, while other makers are waiting even longer.

By November 5, 2007

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AMD gains, Intel fights back on supercomputer list

Some joy for both chipmakers in the latest Top500 supercomputer list, which rates high-performance computing systems.

By November 13, 2006

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Mitnick released from prison

One of the world's most notorious computer hackers walks off the Lompoc, Calif., prison grounds and into the arms of his parents, ending nearly five years of incarceration.

September 21, 2000

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IBM to overhaul its ThinkPad line

Big Blue plans to come out this fall with a new version of its ultraportables, completing a revamp of its entire line of corporate notebooks.

June 30, 2000