AMD Helped by Game Consoles, Graphics in Q1

The chip maker saw revenues grow, but it slid back into a loss due in part to a weak PC market.

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Ubuntu Linux Has What It Takes to Challenge Windows on the Desktop

A new Long Term Support release of Ubuntu Linux, code-named "Trusty Tahr," arrives just as Microsoft ends support on Windows XP. A Canonical vice president believes it's a great alternative to replace XP.

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Phone-Based Fraud Takes Off During Tax Time

Security firm Pindrop finds a phone fraud ring that may have targeted more than 450,000 people, mostly immigrants and foreign nationals, in attempts to extort phony tax payments.

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Google Glass Helping ER Doctors in Boston Hospital

Glass is making it easier for emergency room doctors to focus directly on patients and improve their care.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Has $251 Bill of Materials, Pushing a Pricey Trend

Slowing global smartphone sales have companies spending more to impress. But it's consumers who will pay in the end.

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Red Hat Touts Virtual Containers as Next Advance in Cloud Computing

NEWS ANALYSIS: Red Hat says virtual containers will be an efficient way to distribute applications across the hybrid cloud infrastructures that are favored by enterprises.

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AT&T's Connected Car Strategy Focuses on Building Great Partnerships

AT&T attributes its leading position in the connected car market to the partnerships it's building. The latest of these is with Volvo.  

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Google's Ara Phone Promises to Provide Exactly the Phone You Need

NEWS ANALYSIS: The modular design of Google's Ara smartphone probably won’t be as cheap as the hype would indicate, but it may save money by eschewing features you don’t want to pay for.

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IBM Q1 Earnings Drop As Hardware Sales Decline

IBM saw its eighth consecutive quarter of revenue declines with hardware leading the way for the slide as the company moves to higher-value business.

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