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inefficiency

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Sony sneers at quad-core 'inefficiency', holds off til 2013

The phone maker won't release any handsets with quad-core processors until next year, according to an executive.

By March 1, 2012

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2010 Acura RDX proves a sporty, if inefficient, little SUV

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Acura RDX.

By October 22, 2009

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Why Uncle Sam must stop subsidizing inefficient companies

Nearly every recent FCC decision seems to promote incumbents instead of consumers. That contradicts the regulator's raison d'etre, says guest columnist Greg Rosston.

By May 9, 2008

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Whatever else it is, P2P is inefficient

P2P places more load on the aggregated systems and networks of the Internet taken as a whole than if the same content were being distributed in a centralized manner. Using P2P may make sense and, perhaps ISPs should support P2P traffic for any of a number

By November 20, 2007

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Resolving the chicken-and-egg dilemma in Purchasing's inefficiency

Enterprise software is expensive, in part, because enterprise Purchasing departments make it so. Can open source help?

By June 27, 2007

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Microsoft starts a "Get the Facts" campaign...against itself

Microsoft is waging a war against inefficiency everywhere...or, at least, in its own software.

By September 6, 2007

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FCC frees up 100MHz of spectrum for Wi-Fi

The FCC voted to free up an additional 100MHz of wireless spectrum for unlicensed use in a move that will help alleviate congestion on Wi-Fi networks and pave the way for faster-speed service.

By March 31, 2014

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How GE got on track toward the smartest locomotives ever

These sensor-packed locomotives compute some 150,000 data points per minute. CNET Road Trip 2014 got a chance to see how they're built.

By June 21, 2014

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Windows Phone 8 could have dual-core chips but not use them

Qualcomm has revealed that dual-core chips have been approved for Windows Phone 8, but that they may not be used.

By June 6, 2012

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How the 'most hated person in SF' learned tech's limits (Q&A)

Brian Mayer, creator of controversial service ReservationHop, learned what it's like to have a tech creation reviled by the masses. Now, he intends to make things right.

By July 14, 2014