If you find yourself preferring Skype over Apple's own FaceTime on the iPhone 5 and fourth-generation iPad, good news: With Skype 4.1, Microsoft's Voice over IP app for mobile now supports HD video calls.
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Nvidia continues its foray into its own branded hardware with a miniature tablet dubbed the Tegra Tab, if a number of Asian blogs are correct.
IBM has announced it will begin licensing its Power chips to other companies, pursuing a direction that companies like ARM have followed with great success.
Sales of tablets, including Apple's iPad, slowed during the second quarter, according to a Monday report by IDC. But the real news may be the rise of "no-name" tablets, which are now the largest segment of the tablet market.
If Google Now is the chirpy personal assistant, always volunteering information before being asked, Microsoft's future in intelligent virtual assistants will be more in tune with a butler, quietly hovering and making suggestions where necessary.
Microsoft has announced that its researchers are working with Carnegie Mellon University to develop a way of making and hiding an ID tag inside a 3D-fabricated object.
While the PC isn't disappearing anytime soon, it may as well be the deranged grandmother locked away within Intel's attic, whose faint screams are ignored in the rooms below.
Microsoft will hand over its most recent version of the operating system, Windows 8.1, to OEMs in late August, Microsoft's Windows marketing chief told its partners on Monday morning.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates will deliver the keynote address at a Microsoft research event later this month, the first time he has done so in eight years, Microsoft said.
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