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July 13- The computer maker Dell Inc won a legal fight that may have saved its owners tens of millions of dollars with a complex answer to a seemingly simple question of who is the record holder of a stock. A ruling on Monday by a Delaware Court of Chancery judge removes several large investors from a consolidated lawsuit stemming from the $24.9 billion buyout of...
TORONTO, July 10- BlackBerry Ltd, which has been coy about its ambitions to make a mainstream Android smartphone, fueled more speculation about its plans this week when it scooped up two Android-related domain names. That spurred more chatter that it intends to build a device powered by Google Inc's Android platform, which powers the vast majority of...
Fewer and fewer people are buying PCs, unless they are made by Apple, data from IDC shows.
IBM has made working versions of new ultradense and powerful computer chips, The New York Times reports.
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*CEO lauds 33 pct on-year growth in slowing China market. BEIJING, July 2- China's top smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc on Thursday reported semi-annual sales that for the first time were lower than the previous six months, jeopardising its full-year target and hinting at a slowdown in its mainstay domestic market. "Around 90 percent of Xiaomi's shipments are in China,...
BEIJING, July 2- Xiaomi Inc on Thursday said it sold 34.7 million smartphones in the first six months of 2015, casting doubt on the ability of China's most valuable tech startup to achieve its full-year target. Xiaomi's new sales data comes at a moment when industry analysts believe the smartphone market in China- where Xiaomi is No. 1- may be reaching saturation.
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SAO PAULO, June 30- Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has started making devices in Brazil for sale locally, promising to dramatically undercut rivals on price in the first big step beyond Asia for the world's most valuable technology start-up. Xiaomi's global vice-president, Hugo Barra, said in an interview on Tuesday that Brazil was "stage one of our Latin...
SAO PAULO, June 30- Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has started making devices in Brazil for sale locally, promising to dramatically undercut rivals on price in the first big step beyond Asia for the world's most valuable technology start-up. Xiaomi's global vice-president, Hugo Barra, said at a launch event on Tuesday that the entry-level Redmi 2 smartphone...
A new study finds millennials are dissatisfied with the Apple Watch, reporting feelings of guilt over owning it and finding it frivolous.
Microsoft is sending its augmented reality HoloLens glasses into orbit to help out astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
This start-up says it's cooking up a healthier, convenient version of barbecue ribs.
A tiny chip that mimics the human organs has beaten Google's self-driving car to win a prestigious design prize.
A simple, low-cost design inspired by an unloved insect can help robots navigate tough physical terrain.
A few bionic creatures are generating buzz at Paris's technology conference "Future en Seine" and could change the way you live.
Rumor already has it that the new Apple Watch will have a FaceTime camera and more, but the same battery life as the first version.
Finland and Sweden hope to be the first countries in the world to be able to put the most dangerous high-level waste into underground storage in the next decade, using a new technology to encase fuel rods and protect them from erosion. Finland stopped exporting spent fuel for reprocessing to the then Soviet Union in 1996, and does not accept imports.
June 18- Oracle Corp named David Donatelli as executive vice president of its converged infrastructure business, which includes engineered systems, servers, storage and networking products.
Is there room for both Fitbit and Apple Watch in the wearables space? Michael Yoshikami weighs in.
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