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The lightning connection audio standard for Apple devices was announced almost three months ago. When will I be able to buy headphones that take advantage...
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A new 2,000-sq.-ft. data center in Pennsylvania was designed to protect against an electromagnetic pulse, either from a solar storm or a nuclear event.
Monitors and TVs supporting 4K resolution are just arriving, but the new DisplayPort 1.3 is already looking forward to 5K resolution.
Laptop and desktop buying decisions may get confusing in 2015 as Intel introduces PC chips based on two different architectures -- Broadwell and Skylake -- in the same year, something the chip maker rarely does.
New research by a California-based team could change the way lithium-ion batteries are charged in consumer electronics products and electric cars, leading to longer lifetimes and more useful batteries.
The card maker that ruled gaming in the '90s has a business approach to graphics.
The convergence of Chrome OS and Android is now seriously underway, with Google bringing the first Android apps to Chromebooks.
The new, bigger iPhones may impact your wardrobe
Sharp has set 2017 as its target for mass production of a new display it says will reduce power consumption in smartphones and tablets.
Microsoft is expanding a program to put Windows in smart devices, robots and Internet-connected appliances, following overwhelming response for developer hardware.
CIOs are spending more on IT, worrying most about security and privacy, and staying on the job a little longer, according to the latest data from the Society for Information Management (SIM).
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