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AT&T covers more than 270 million with 4G LTE

AT&T announced Monday that it is adding another two dozen markets to its 4G LTE service, which now means its service covers more than 270 million people.

By January 6, 2014


IBM laying off up to 25 percent of 'hardware' division

Big Blue confirms it's commencing workforce cuts, but declines to put a number on the job losses. A source tells CNET the layoffs entail up to 25 percent in the Systems and Technology group.

By February 27, 2014


Google adds voice search on PCs to mapping

The Web search giant, chasing the holy grail of natural user interfaces, adds the ability to speak destination requests into computer microphones.

By August 25, 2011


Intel solar spin-off SpectraWatt to close plant

In a surprise move, solar panel maker SpectraWatt says it will shut its new New York plant and lay off workers, blaming softening demand in Europe.

By December 23, 2010


IBM quietly lays off North American staff

Big Blue has laid off as many as 2,800 employees in Canada, and cuts could be coming to its U.S. locations this week, according to reports online.

By January 24, 2009


Intel solar spinoff SpectraWatt files for bankruptcy

SpectraWatt, which had hoped to improve solar-cell manufacturing, files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing production problems and market conditions.

By August 24, 2011


Federal rules on campus file sharing kick in today

Inside a sweeping education statute are requirements for universities to police their networks and educate students on copyright law.

By July 1, 2010


IBM cuts chip plant pay, following job cuts

IBM is cutting workers' pay at chip plants in Vermont and New York. This follows job cuts at the Vermont facility.

By August 7, 2008


IBM continues to submerge its product brands

IBM has unveiled a major reorganization in its Systems and Technology Group that shifts the emphasis away from the product lines toward more of a go-to-market focus.

By January 4, 2008


Fifty years later, IBM's inventors celebrate the 'Stretch'

Judged a failure at the time, Big Blue's 7030 supercomputer left a rich, albeit indirect legacy for the rest of the computer industry.

By September 12, 2008