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Amazon, Barnes & Noble go tit for tat in tablet wars

In effort to increase their share of the tablet pie, Amazon and B&N are running frequent specials on their Kindle and Nook devices this holiday season.

By Dec. 11, 2012

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In tit for tat, AMD grabs Apple chip designer

This month an Apple chip designer goes to AMD. Last month it was an AMD chip guy joining Apple.

By Aug. 1, 2012

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TatSpot: New social network gets under your skin

A "Facebook" for tattoo lovers? Surely the social-networking bandwagon is already full to tipping. But hold on--the photos section here seems tailor-made for this community. And beyond.

By Mar. 13, 2012

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Samsung, Apple tablet tit for tat to extend to displays

One of the next big battles between Samsung and Apple will be high-resolution tablet displays.

By Dec. 8, 2011

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Microsoft and Google go tit-for-tat in patent spat

The software giant and its Web rival spar over patent strategy in a running exchange of claims and counter claims using blog posts and Twitter to launch each salvo.

By Aug. 4, 2011

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RIM acquires TAT, designer of user interfaces

BlackBerry maker picks up Swedish company that delivers user interface designs to a slew of mobile products and that will bring its "talent to the BlackBerry PlayBook and smartphone platforms."

By Dec. 2, 2010

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E-Ink gives phone its own version of tats

Hitachi handset has a screen on the back too.

By Jan. 29, 2008

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RIM superfan keeps faith alive with BlackBerry 10 tattoo

Many think the mobile OS is already irrelevant. Just imagine how that ink will fade by the time it's officially obsolete years down the road.

By Jan. 29, 2013

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QR code tattoo generates random links

A creative geek inks his arm with a QR code tattoo that pops up with random links to animated GIFs, pictures, tweets, and videos.

By Dec. 19, 2011

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Science tattoos making the Web rounds

Flickr gallery of science tattoos reveals just how psyched people are about science.

By Feb. 11, 2008