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ARM tries to spread its chips to forests, fields, and factories (Q&A)

Gary Atkinson's job is to make sure the Internet of Things becomes the next big thing for chip designer ARM.

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At Apple, epic Intel vs. ARM battle rages on

Apple likes to disrupt. And a lot of the disruption happens within Apple. Is the writing on the wall for ARM and Macs?

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Move to 64-bit Android phones accelerating, says ARM

ARM tells CNET that the shift to 64-bit devices is taking place faster than expected. Part of the reason is that even 32-bit code runs faster on ARM's newest 64-bit chips.

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Worries subside as chip designer ARM predicts boost in smartphone sales

Although ARM sales were disappointing at the end of last year, the chip designer expects smartphone sales to be boosted in the second half of 2014.

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Microsoft OS chief sees a 'One Windows' future (Q&A)

[q&a] The head of Microsoft's unified operating system group, Terry Myerson, shares more details on Microsoft's vision for Windows.

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New Year's Eve celebrated with Google doodle

The last day of the year has got its own dance-floor-themed doodle. And which tech personalities have made the New Year Honours List?

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Google could make own chips with Brit firm ARM, rumour says

The search giant is rumoured to be considering making its own server chips, using designs from British firm ARM.

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HP Chromebook 11 review: Colorful, but still a budget Chromebook

The latest $279 Chromebook is the most attractive yet, but it's best reserved for heavy Web users who crave keyboards.

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<p>A new photography project and a just released book by Jonathan Zufi, "Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation," chronicles the life of Apple products in pictures. It's a beautiful look at everything Apple has ever made.</p>

<p>Zufi collected more than 500 products and took more than 150,000 photos for his project. The result is a simple, clean collection fit for any Apple fanatic. The book itself is 326 pages with more 650 photographs, but the Web site goes even deeper, displaying more than 3,500 photographs of iconic, classic, and rare Apple products.</p>

<p>In addition to the iPhones and MacBooks that are still around today, Zufi's collection also includes special limited release developer models and products which where made but cancelled before being widely released.</p>

<p>The Apple II Plus, seen here, was released in 1979 and retailed for $1,195. It shipped with 16KB, 32KB, or 48KB of main RAM, which was expandable to 64KB by means of the Language Card, an expansion card that could be installed. </p>

A photographic history of Apple products (pictures)

From the Apple Lisa to the iPad, Jonathan Zufi photographs every Apple product ever made.

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Samsung updates Exynos 5 Octa with double the graphics processing

The company's new chip, which is based on four ARM Cortex-A15 processors, is slated for widespread production in August.

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When notebooks squeeze Intel out

commentary Devices based on ARM chip designs tend to be thinner, cooler (thermally, at least), and cheaper than those based on Intel designs while offering longer battery life.

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Microsoft's $900M Surface RT write-down: What happened?

The company's Surface general manager reiterates that Microsoft is committed to Surface RT and Windows RT, in spite of today's write-down of the iPad competitor.

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