Google's new mobile operating system will run on snappy new silicon, and the first chip out of the gate is a Texas Instruments' dual-core 4460 processor.
At an event in San Francisco , the software giant admits that many people have poor perceptions of the world's largest Web mail service but that it is tackling those perceptions with a broad set of new features that could help easily manage their e-mail flow.
It's the return of the awesome Kingston 8GB drive from a couple months ago.
CEO Larry Ellison today will tout a SuperCluster system based on the Sparc T4 processors, which take a step back toward traditional chip designs.
Even at its regular price of $100, this desktop-publishing suite is a steal--especially when you compare it to DTP programs costing five and six times more.
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TI and Google are getting together on Ice Cream Sandwich, the version of Android that unifies the phone and tablet platforms.
No rebates! The Hitachi XL Desk offers a whopping two terabytes of external-storage goodness for just 70 bucks out the door.
With this quick hack, you can make all your daily e-mails from sites like Groupon, LivingSocial, and Facebook Deals go into one organized place in your e-mail account.
Sony Music Japan and Sony Ericsson's online store are latest victims of hackers, according to a report.