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Road Test: Dell’s XPS 12 Pushes the Computing Envelope

We in IT love inflection points -- events that somehow amalgamate past events and/or indicate how and why the future will be significantly different. The world of personal computing is entering, if not an inflection point, then an inflection process. This is due to the confluence of two converging t...

Corning’s Willow Glass Moves Ahead of the Curve

Corning unveiled a new flexible glass -- called "Willow Glass" -- at the Society for Information Display's Boston Display Week on Monday. It's about as thick and flexible as a piece of paper, while having the strength, durability and other qualities of existing glass. Willow Glass can be made as thi...

Corning to Debut Cutting-Edge Gorilla Glass at CES

Corning will be at CES next week, but unlike most of the exhibitors there, it won't be debuting a sexy new gadget. Corning will be showing off Gorilla Glass 2 alongside the newest smartphones, tablets and other miracles in computing. Corning is not revealing much about the updated product other than...

OPINION

10 to 1: Can Intel Beat Apple?

The Intel-Apple war has been on a break ever since Intel won and Apple moved its PCs to x86. However, Apple has clearly been itching for a rematch with the iPad, and it has been chewing up PC market share at an impressive rate while Intel's been caught napping. Well, Intel has promised 10, count the...

PRODUCT REVIEW

Galaxy Has the Makings of a Tablet Star

Apple's iPad has had the tablet market to itself for eight months now, but that's about to change. Leading the charge on the electronic slate's logy perch is the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a seven-inch tablet running Google's Android operating system. Rather than take on the iPad head-to-head, Samsung deci...

OPINION

CES 2010: Consumer-Tech Style Meets Business-IT Substance

Not surprisingly, most folks see CES as a watershed event for tracking the latest in current, emerging and future consumer electronics trends. So why did I travel to CES 2010 in search of products related to business IT? Pure contrariness is one reply, but let's also toss in the common, if sometimes...

‘Organic’ RFID Tags Attract Investment, Research Dollars

A number of companies -- start-ups and established firms alike -- are eying the organic RFID tags market. Venture capital firms, like ITU Ventures, are placing seed investment bets on developers with patented prototypes. But despite the hype, the goal of a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag t...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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