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  • Lenovo: PC Winner In a Tough Market

    Steve Durose, head of Asia-Pacific Technology, Media and Telecoms (TMT) ratings, tells CNBC that China's Lenovo PC maker has had a tremendous performance on sales and are having an impact on the US market.

  • The PC is Evolving into Wearable Technology: Pro

    Gary Jackson, Big Data & Analytics Principal for Growth Markets at CSC, says the future of PCs lies not in mobile, but in wearable technology.

  • Microsoft's Ballmer Feeling Some Heat

    Overall PC sales are down nearly 14 percent year over year, and Microsoft's software strategy is struggling. CNBC's Jon Fortt breaks down the latest in Microsoft.

  • Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss

    The Winklevoss twins, known as nemeses of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, may have one of the largest bitcoin portfolios.

  • Making the Case For Microsoft

    Discussing Microsoft's future, with Brent Thill of UBS. "Microsoft's consumer business is weak, but their enterprise business is still very strong," he says.

  • Barclays Downgrades US Semiconductors

    The latest moves on the Nasdaq, with CNBC's Seema Mody. Semiconductors are under pressure after being downgraded to neutral by Barclays, which cited a slower growth profile.

  • Death of the PC

    PC stocks are taking a hit on weaker shipments. CNBC's Seema Mody reports there has been a 14 percent drop in worldwide PC shipments.

  • NXP Semiconductors

    IDC report shows much greater declines in PC shipments than expected, but a long piece on the semiconductor industry by Barclays is also getting a lot of attention.

  • Is There a Future for PC?

    Tim Daniels, TMT sector strategist at Olivetree Securities, discusses why PC sales have recorded their biggest quarterly drop since 1994 and what the future holds for Microsoft.

  • An employee wearing a pair of Google Glass

    Google Glass may well be the final step before human-machine interaction moves under our skin, but judging from our early look, it won't be welcome in lots of places, NBC reports.

  • Major League Baseball may be a couple of centuries old, but when it comes to using technology and new media, the sport is hitting home runs.

  • Major US bank websites have been offline a total of 249 hours in the past six weeks, a clear sign that American companies are prime targets in global cyber conflict.

  • The growing trend of animal webcam -online video feeds of different animals doing animal things- has gotten the attention of Animal Planet, who see it as an opportunity for advertisers. The New York Times reports.

  • Star Wars The Old Republic

    Free to play games don't make a lot of sense to some investors but free-to-play titles are fast becoming one of the most lucrative areas in gaming.

  • Talking Numbers: HP vs. Caterpillar

    One technical analyst and one fundamental analyst disagree on whether to buy the Dow stock that has had the worst price performance year-to-date. (2:39)

  • CEO of Electronic Arts (EA Sports) John Riccitiello

    After a rocky few months, EA is hoping that new consoles will help breath new life into its gaming business.

  • CyberBunker

    The Internet attacks are becoming increasingly powerful, and experts worry that soon people may not be able to reach basic Internet services, NYT reports.

  • Some traders are betting big that talk of a turnaround at Blackberry is over-hyped.

  • Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, is looking for her own hackers — 600, the agency estimates.

  • Three-dimensional printing is gaining traction in business, medicine and among consumers, but most people have no idea how they work. Click ahead to find out how to fabricate a piece of jewelry—or perhaps even a human organ.