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Microsoft's HoloLens uses unreleased Intel Atom chip

The holographic headset computer has the Cherry Trail chip, which will also be in tablets and low-end PCs

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Ellison sings a new tune: Oracle hardware is cheapest

The purchase price for Oracle systems has been an 'impediment' for some customers, Ellison admits

The future of input devices

Good-bye, keyboard: The future of input devices is (almost) here

The end of typing as we know it may be a gesture, a blink, or a thought away

HP bringing augmented reality, 3D printing features to tablets, laptops

HP wants to provide a more interactive computing experience through its mobile products

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Let it rain: The triumph of trickle-down tech

Trickle-down doesn't work so well for economies, but it makes for great low-cost networking and storage gear

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PC prices will stay low this year, Intel CEO says

PC shipments are expected stabilize this year, and average prices for desktops and laptops may decline a little, Krzanich says

Memory prices to fall this year after stabilizing in 2014

Gartner cuts its revenue growth forecast for DRAM from 5.8 percent to 5.4 percent

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The best PCs of 2015 will be superlight, pen-friendly, and Broadwell-based

Three clear trends in laptops emerged from CES

IBM's new mainframe will eat mobile apps for lunch

Big Blue claims the z13 system can crunch 2.3 billion transactions per day

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Linux kills, 3D blooms: Last look from Vegas

In the aftermath of CES 2015, one exciting new possibility arises from the desert floor

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The CES conundrum: Nothing you need, lots you'll want

In tech, of course -- our intrepid reporter finds a few new wrinkles in old tech at the annual Consumer Electronics Show

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The 8080 chip at 40: What's next for the mighty microprocessor?

Early processor designers and other industry experts predict what the next 40 years of computing will bring

Reversible USB Type-C connector is turning heads at CES

The next-gen USB connector is slim, sturdy, and will deliver up to 100 watts of power

Dell XPS 13 wows, but it could hurt your pocket

Dell's thinnest and lightest laptop puts a 13.3-inch screen in an 11-inch laptop frame

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Intel's Broadwell chip lets Apple go Retina with MacBook Air

Apple is unlikely to wait until Skylake, Intel's next iteration, due later this year

10 things you need to know about Intel's new Broadwell chips

Intel's new Core I processors based on Broadwell offer good battery and graphics features

Lenovo slims down, adds horsepower to new ThinkPads

Lenovo's new ThinkPad Carbon and T450 lines now have Intel's Broadwell chips

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