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HP aims to shrink IT's carbon footprint

HP Labs unveils a five-year plan for power consumption to plunge in data centers, while improving tools to green how consumer products are made.

By June 3, 2008


The incredible shrinking USB drive

Imation's latest key is the smallest of its kind the company offers.

By May 29, 2008


European antitrust chief is no shrinking violet

Neelie Kroes issues a stern warning to any company that plans to pull a fast one on the EU and justifies the $1.35 billion fine levied against Microsoft.

By February 27, 2008


Shrinking IBM chip to cut PS3 price tag

IBM will soon be producing a smaller and more energy-efficient Cell chip that will eventually cut the cost of making PlayStation 3 consoles.

By February 8, 2008


A shrink might find this clock useful

Finally, we've figured out the secret uses for binary clocks.

By January 17, 2008


The incredible shrinking SVGA screen

Another "world's first" claim measures 0.44 inches.

By January 11, 2008


Dell shrinks down the Inspiron 1525

Dell's 15-inch Inspiron 1525 laptop.

By January 3, 2008


The shrinking brand: marketing in a small world

The world is small. Life is short. But brands still want to be big and have a long life. That's no longer viable. Given the atomization of audience size and behavior, they will need to "shrink," too, if they want to remain able to connect with consumers.

By January 1, 2008


Shrinking the multimedia phone watch

Latest model from China claims to be less bulky but still have video, audio and a color touch screen.

By September 19, 2007


Ex-IGE chief: Margins are shrinking

Brock Pierce, CEO of the holding company that used to own IGE, says the margins for virtual goods are shrinking rapidly, due in large part to Chinese competition.

By June 22, 2007