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Famous gamer retires, wrist can't take it anymore

Technically Incorrect: Hai Lam, one of the famed participants in eSports, has to give it all up because of a repetitive strain injury.

By April 27, 2015

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Google CFO Patrick Pichette to retire

The longtime key exec says he wants to spend more time with his family, but will stay on to find his successor.

By March 10, 2015

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Apple board member Millard Drexler to retire in March

Apple also reveals that CEO Tim Cook's total compensation more than doubled last year to $9.22 million, while retail chief Angela Ahrendts made $73.4 million.

By January 22, 2015

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NASA gets fancy digital countdown display, retires Apollo clock

NASA's new countdown clock for space missions is a lot like a football stadium display and way more advanced than the old analog one it's replacing.

By December 2, 2014

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Samsung to retire Music Hub streaming service

Less than three years after launching its own music streaming service, Samsung is set to quietly retire its Music Hub service as of July 1.

By May 21, 2014

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Windows XP's retirement driving PC demand in US, says Citi

Businesses are finally getting around to upgrading the decade-plus-old XP operating system. This is boosting PC demand in the US and other mature markets, says Citi.

By March 28, 2014

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Apple retires iPad 2, brings back iPad 4

As well as adding a lower-capacity iPhone 5c to its range, Apple has replaced the aging iPad 2 with the iPad 4 as the base model in its tablet line-up.

By March 18, 2014

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Microsoft, Sinofsky agree on 'retirement' terms

A new SEC filing notes that former Windows President Steven Sinofsky will be freed from his noncompete clauses after the end of calendar 2013.

By July 3, 2013

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iRex readies robots for your retirement (pictures)

Robots for elderly care were part of a large variety of machines on display at the 2013 International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo.

8 Images By November 8, 2013

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NSA chief tightens up retirement plans

Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of America's national spying agency, and his civilian deputy, John "Chris" Inglis, are expected to resign from their positions in the coming months.

By October 16, 2013