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One satellite radio station to rule them all; will Intel be inside Apple's new MacBooks; and unfortunate news for Scrabulous fans.
Those attending this week's Faculty Summit in Redmond will have a chance to see the spherical surface computer that Microsoft has been cooking up in its labs.
Sphere, which supplies customers' Web sites with links to related blogs, stories, and photos, will give AOL a conduit for its content and advertising.
The Russian-made "Vitusphere" is 10 feet tall and rolls in any direction, virtually.
The U.S. government is drowning in politics. Could open information help? What we do matters much more than who gets credit.
At a roundtable discussion on Microsoft's campus, of all places, some of the tech industry's best and brightest gather to offer a snapshot of cloud computing's progress--and lack thereof.
Crave welcomes our new spherical overlords, and looks forward to working with them in a spirit of boxless, curvy co-operation
Google is catering to business customers who want to use Gmail even without a network connection. Will Google Apps now pose a stronger threat to Microsoft?
Don't expect to be doing much more than Netbook-type tasks on Viewsonic's all-in-one PC.
Box speakers are so 20th century. That's why Anthony Gallo Acoustics makes nothing but round speakers. At the Las Vegas show, it'll unveil its latest spherical triumph: the Strada.