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IBM`s Watson to Help in Fight Against Cancer in Hardware News
     
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2013-02-12
 
IBM's supercomputer Watson can do a lot more than win chess games and defeat Jeopardy contestants. The machine is now taking on its biggest challenge yet: fighting cancer.


Apple Doubles iPad Max Storage in Computer Systems
     
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2013-01-29
 
If you're one of those people who can never have enough memory, tablet-based computers may finally be catching up with your needs. Apple just unveiled versions of its wildly popular iPad with double the storage of its former maximum.


Intel Exiting PC Motherboard Business in Motherboards
     
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2013-01-23
 
The end of an era is approaching. Thanks in part to the overwhelming popularity of tablets and smartphones, chip manufacturer Intel is planning to stop making desktop PC motherboards.


CES 2013 Brings New Toys, Devices, More in Computer Systems
     
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2013-01-07
 
It's early January, and all technology geeks know what that means: it's time for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. As you might expect, there's a flood of news coming out of the Nevada desert. Here are some highlights.


IBM Predicts Computers With Five Senses in Hardware News
     
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2012-12-18
 
This week, IBM released its annual 5 by 5 report. This is a look at the top five ways that computing will change over the next five years. This year, the company chose to examine the ways in which we'll expand the ability of computers to process different kinds of data specifically, the kind of data that humans receive through their five senses.


An Ugly Side to Gaming`s Boy`s Club in Gaming
     
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2012-12-11
 
Video games make for great entertainment in fact, they're one of the fastest growing forms of mass media today. So it shouldn't surprise anyone when Anita Sarkeesian, noted feminist and activist, started a Kickstarter campaign to help her fund a series of videos studying the portrayal of women in video games. How many gamers reacted to this, however, wasn't pretty.


Latest iMac Not For Tinkerers in Computer Systems
     
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2012-12-07
 
I can hardly blame you if you saw those gorgeously slender new iMac all-in-one computers and started lusting after them. Coming in 21.5 inch and 27 inch models that are only 5 millimeters thick at the edges, this Apple creation is nothing short of sexy. Like many sexy things, however, you'll find it's very high maintenance if you like to tinker.


Wii U Offers Secretly Cool Features in Gaming
     
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2012-11-15
 
You may not understand right away what's special about the Wii U. What's the big deal about having a small tablet as a controller and a second screen? Quite simply, it solves problems and opens up all sorts of interesting possibilities.


Intel Unveils Itanium 9500 Processors in Computer Processors
     
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2012-11-08
 
Intel's newest chips might be good for your computer even though they're not actually going into your machine. The new Itanium 9500 processors, launched by the chip manufacturer today, are designed for the likes of mission-critical data centers.


Apple iPad Mini Release No Big Deal in Opinions
     
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2012-11-02
 
Today is the day Apple chose to release its new iPad Mini, but you'd hardly know it. With New York recovering from Hurricane Sandy and a closely-fought presidential election running right down to the wire, hardly anyone is lining up for the new device.


Latest Apple Offerings: iPad Mini, Redesigned iMac, More in Computer Systems
     
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2012-10-23
 
Confirming months of rumors, Apple unveiled a smaller version of its iPad at a media event this week. Designed to compete with tablets from other companies, this smaller device comes out just in time for those of us who like to start our holiday shopping a little early.


First Kinect, Now Digits: Microsoft Advances Gesture Recognition in Hardware News
     
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2012-10-10
 
Did you rush out and buy a Kinect system from Microsoft when it became available? Have you enjoyed using your body as the controller? Do you wonder what Microsoft's next gaming advance will be? Meet Digit, a prototype that could be used for a lot more than just entertainment.

 

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