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Between The Lines Columnist Will HP Sell Autonomy, EDS?
By Doug Henschen
HP has suitors for its troubled Autonomy and Enterprise Services units, WSJ reports. Autonomy sale would be easier for HP than selling EDS assets.

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Proposed legislation seeks to end felony charges related to 'unauthorized access,' but legal experts say bigger fixes are needed.

Asus, LG Consider Windows Phones
Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform might win support of two more hardware makers.

Windows 8 Rollout: One SMB's Story
At McCoy Tree Surgery, a major technology refresh happening now includes Windows 8, Server 2012 and Office 2013. The firm's IT chief shares the upgrade strategy.

Facebook Open Compute Project Shapes Big Data Hardware
Big data practitioners like Facebook, Goldman Sachs and Fidelity are setting the standards for cheaper, more efficient servers and systems from the likes of Applied Micro, AMD, Dell and Intel.

Fusion-io Pushes Data Centers Toward Flash Storage
Fusion-io believes ioScale will help large Web companies shift to all-flash data centers.

Is 2013 Year Of The MOOC?
Massive open online courses are forcing institutions to consider how to offer course credit and verify student identities.

McAfee's Escape From Belize Turns Movie
Tale of eccentric antivirus founder John McAfee's escape to Guatemala and Miami set to be adapted by the team behind Crazy, Stupid, Love.

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LG: What Nexus 4 Supply Problems?
LG claims there is no supply problem with the Nexus 4, despite its lack of availability more than two months after launch.

Apple's 2013 Roadmap: New iPad Mini, iPhone 5S?
Apple will release two new iPhones and a Retina Display iPad Mini during the third quarter, says a respected analyst.

CES 2013: 7 Standout Technologies
What happens at CES 2013 doesn't stay in Vegas. From giant tablets to $20,000 televisions, take a peek at a few early standouts for gadget lovers.

 

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Atmel talks touch enabled curves and Internet of Things
Two popular trends rocking the world of consumer electronics are touch enabled surfaces and the Internet of Things. American semiconductor firm Atmel has made both a priority, and to prove it, the firm hit the ground running at CES 2013.   Watch

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