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Samsung plans Origami PC launch April 14, 2006 Electronics giant schedules an event to release the first brand-name device to use Microsoft's Origami concept. Photos: Origami handheld devices
Show-and-tell for Microsoft April 28, 2005 Redmond plans equivalent of flight data recorder for PCs. Also: Lots about Longhorn. Photos: A look at Longhorn
Gates sees a home server in your future January 8, 2007 Microsoft's chairman tells why the average person wants a server and explains why they won't have to be a geek to make it work. Photos: Gates on home servers
Microsoft pitches pay-as-you-go PCs May 22, 2006 Trial program for emerging markets charges people for home computer use. Once they've coughed up enough, it's theirs. Photos: Paying off the PC by the hour
Action unfolds in Origami PCs May 1, 2006 As Samsung's Q1 makes its U.S. debut, questions remain about whether minitablets are ready for a breakout.
CES 2007: Computing January 10, 2007 Microsoft prepares to return to Vegas with another round of the tiny computers, and storage makers think big--and small.
HP, Kodak boost digital camera lines February 12, 2004 Hewlett-Packard plans to update its digital camera options, continuing its push in the consumer market, while Kodak unveils a range of cameras and related services.
Week in review: Big boys get busy May 26, 2006 Microsoft showed us more of its vision of Vista, while Google, Dell, Yahoo and eBay continued jockeying for advantage.
Taking Web video to the TV January 9, 2007 Everyone from Microsoft to Apple to Sling Media wants to help consumers stream downloaded video to their TV screens.
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