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Intel cutting workforce as PC growth slows

The chipmaker will reduce its workforce by 5 percent in the shadow of a shrinking PC market.

By Jan. 17, 2014

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No strategy shift ahead for ARM, incoming CEO says

Simon Segars, who takes over as CEO this summer, tells CNET the company will continue to focus on growing in the phone market, as well as expanding in new areas such as servers, networking, and other smart devices.

By Mar. 19, 2013

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Top 10 predictions for the mobile market in 2014

The drama will continue in the mobile market as fortunes of mobile operators and wireless handset makers are won and lost in the upcoming year. Take a look at CNET's top predictions for the 2014.

By Dec. 23, 2013

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IBM reshuffles its executive deck

Big Blue CEO Sam Palmisano announces a series of retirements and appointments among his executive staff.

By May. 5, 2008

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Heart attack or not, Apple needs an heir

Don Reisinger thinks Friday's hoax that Steve Jobs suffered a heart attack illustrates one key point: Apple needs an heir to the throne. Will Apple agree?

By Oct. 3, 2008

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Are you a passionate worker...?

...or just a workaholic?

By Jan. 19, 2008

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Why most tech companies won't pay you back

Most tech companies, regardless of their success, won't pay you back in dividends if you're a shareholder. Don Reisinger explores why in his latest from The Digital Home.

By Oct. 28, 2008

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Meet the mutual fund with its own MySpace profile

Thrasher Funds, a New York-based investment start-up, is targeting Generations X and Y with a slick lineup of holdings and lots of hot pink.

By Nov. 19, 2007

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NBA action in HD, it's fantastic

If you're hooked on professional basketball in HD, there's another way to catch all the action without upgrading your TV or cable box. I've reviewed two kits that let you watch and record digital over-the-air HDTV no matter where you are.

By Jun. 6, 2007

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What if Microsoft doesn't want Vista to succeed?

Is Microsoft happy with all the Vista troubles? It's possible.

By Nov. 10, 2008