Schmidt: Google 'unlikely' to buy Twitter soon



From CNET News.com: Google has a short message for those wondering whether the search giant will soon buy micro-blogging site Twitter: "unlikely."

That was Google CEO Eric Schmidt's response Friday when queried on the topic during a wide-ranging interview with journalist...

Wolfram Alpha: Next major search breakthrough?



From CNET News.com: Stephen Wolfram has a track record of scientific breakthroughs and some controversy. He received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Caltech in 1979 when he was 20 and has focused most of his career on probing complex systems. In 1988 he launched...

Some New 17" MacBook Pros Plagued With Failing Graphics



From DailyTech: For only $2,799 you can buy yourself an entry level new 17" MacBook Pro. And according, to recent reports, your purchase may come with a complementary side of failing graphics.

The pricey new luxury MacBook, which debuted in January at Macworld, features...

All Core i7 CPUs Reportedly Memory Multiplier and PQI Unlocked



From DailyTech: Intel's Core i7 CPUs have been on the market for a while now and have proven to be popular with enthusiasts and gamers looking to build new computers. Like Intel's other processor familiar, the Core i7 line includes standard parts and a high-end Extreme Edition...

Apple analyst lowers estimates, shares fall



From CNET News.com: A J.P. Morgan analyst cut his financial estimates for Apple's fiscal second quarter and fiscal 2009 on Friday, pointing to expectations that its iPhone and Mac sales may be weaker than previously anticipated.

Apple fell as low as 7.3 percent in early...

Microsoft: Lots to turn off in Windows 7



From CNET News.com: It turns out it is not just Internet Explorer that users will be able to turn off in Windows 7.

In a blog posting on Friday, Microsoft noted that, with Windows 7, customers will have the option of disabling a number of features of the operating system...

Apple denies second round of layoff rumors



From CNET News.com: For the second time in a week, Apple has denied rumors that it has laid off workers.

On Friday, Valleywag reported that a tipster informed it of layoffs in the Mac Gardware and Pro Applications group, describing Apple's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters as...

AMD Delays Bulldozer Processors to 2011



From X-bit Labs: Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday said that the company had reset plans for the launch if its new micro-architecture code-named Bulldozer and the first truly next-generation processors will only emerge in 2011. This slightly contradicts the optimism caused by...

Smartphones Set to Double Market Share by 2013 – Analysts



From X-bit Labs: By 2013, smartphones will double their share of all cell phones to about 20%, reports In-Stat market research firm. Global smartphone growth this year will be strong globally, but even stronger in the U.S. market.

At present smartphones command about 10% of...
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