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SANTA CLARA, Calif.— Chip-making giant Intel Corp. is still struggling to catch up in mobile computing but says its personal computer business is performing better than expected and its return to revenue growth this year will continue into 2015.. "We were too slow in the past," CEO Brian Krzanich told analysts Thursday at Intel's annual financial conference.
Google plans to launch Google Play in China. Meanwhile, Apple switches the word "Free" to "Get" in its app store.
NEW YORK, Nov 19- Optical networking device maker Oplink Communications Inc attracted well-timed bets in the options market days before the company said it was being acquired by a Koch Industries unit for $445 million in cash. Oplink's shares were up about 14 percent at $24.18 on Wednesday after it said that Koch Optics Inc would buy it for $24.25 per share.
It's the seventh anniversary of Amazon’s Kindle, and the device continues to generate a lot of money for the e-commerce giant.
Watch MixedMade co-founder Casey Elsass pitch his sweet and spicy condiment to the “Power Pitch” panel. Will they be in or out?
Uber privacy issues spark discussion about crossing a personal privacy lines.
The giant retailer got scammed into selling $400 PlayStation 4 consoles for $90. Who's to blame? A look at Amazon's public relations mess.
There is a very strong likelihood that Islamist terrorists will launch a cyberattack, the head of the City of London police warned. The FT reports.
Samsung will cut the number of its smartphone models next year in an effort to pare back costs, amid increasing competition. FT reports.
Profits from Samsung's mobile device business fell nearly 30% in just about a year. What's behind the decline and does Samsung have a plan to turn it around?
HELSINKI, Nov 18- Finland's Nokia announced a brand-licensed tablet computer which runs on Google's Android platform, just six month after the company sold its ailing phones and devices business to Microsoft for over $7 billion. Nokia said the manufacturing, distribution and sales of the N1 tablet will be handled by Taiwan's Foxconn. After the 5.6...
Nov 17- The Tianhe-2, a supercomputer developed by China's National University of Defense Technology, was named the world' top supercomputer for the fourth consecutive time by the TOP500 project. The United States was home to six of the top 10 supercomputers, while China, Japan, Switzerland and Germany had one entrant each. The United States remained the top...
The reviews editor of Tom's Guide, Mike Prospero, discusses the differences between Facebook at work and the regular Facebook and the impact on companies like Google and Microsoft.
BlackBerry's BES 12 will support iOS and Android devices as well as BlackBerry's own products, bringing BlackBerry's security services to other competitor platforms.
BlackBerry is in the midst of a turnaround, John Chen says. A new platform and launch of its classic phone are just part of what's in the pipeline.
Starting this month, the graphics card company will stream games from the cloud, much as Sony's PlayStation Now service does. Re/code reports.
With PlayStation Vue, Sony joins the ranks of companies looking to shake up the cable and satellite business.
Sony aims new service at cord cutters.
Sony unveiled its online TV service offering live content and on-demand programs through PlayStation consoles on Thursday.
SEOUL, Nov 13- Samsung Electronics Co Ltd aims to restore its crumbling lead in the global smartphone industry in part by ramping up high-end devices with curved screens full of advanced technology that's tough for rivals to replicate. Samsung Electronics is headed for its worst annual profit in three years, under siege as Chinese firms like Xiaomi Technology...
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Matt Hunter is the senior technology editor at CNBC.com.
Cadie Thompson is a tech reporter for the Enterprise Team for CNBC.com.
Working from Los Angeles, Boorstin is CNBC's media and entertainment reporter and editor of CNBC.com's Media Money section.
Jon Fortt is an on-air editor. He covers the companies, start-ups, and trends that are driving innovation in the industry.
Josh Lipton is CNBC's technology correspondent, working from CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau.
Mark Berniker is CNBC's Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bureau Chief covering technology and digital media.
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