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AMD's CEO Prepares Chipmaker for a Fight

Advanced Micro Devices' new chief executive delivered an enthusiastic pitch in his debut before Wall Street analysts, telling them he was getting the struggling PC chipmaker fit to fight in a quick-changing computer industry.

Qualcomm Handily Beats Street, Shares Rise

Qualcomm Inc's quarterly profit easily beat Wall Street forecasts and the wireless chip leader raised its full-year financial targets due to growing demand for smartphones such as Apple Inc's popular iPhone.

Hacked Companies still Not Telling Investors

At least a half-dozen major U.S. companies whose computers have been infiltrated by cyber criminals or international spies have not admitted to the incidents despite new guidance from securities regulators urging such disclosures.

Intel CFO Faces Fewer Worried Investors

Intel Chief Financial Officer Stacy Smith likes the questions he is receiving from Wall Street these days a lot more than the concerns many investors voiced last year about the PC chip giant's ability to adapt to consumers' growing preference for smartphones and tablets.

Qualcomm Handily Beats Street; Shares Rise

Qualcomm Inc's quarterly profit easily beat Wall Street forecasts and the wireless chip leader raised its full-year financial targets due to growing demand for smartphones such as Apple Inc's popular iPhone.

Super Bowl 2012: Prepare Now to Watch Live Stream Online, Verizon Smartphones and Tablets

The 2012 Super Bowl, which will be held on Feb. 5, promises to be an epic showdown between two teams -- the New York Giants and the New England Patriots -- and NBC is making sure that no one misses it. NBC will not only be showing the game on television, but is also making sure the battle can be viewed online via live stream and on Verizon smartphones and tablets.

Steve Jobs Told Google to Stop Poaching Workers

Apple's Steve Jobs directly asked former Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt to stop trying to recruit an Apple engineer, a transgression that threatened one junior Google employee's job, according to a court filing.

Steve Jobs Warned Google on Poaching Workers

Apple's Steve Jobs directly asked former Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt to stop trying to recruit an Apple engineer, a transgression that threatened one junior Google employee's job, according to a court filing.

iPhone Thieves Find Apple Support Helpful

When Apple Inc set up its customer service plan for the iPhone, it seems to have had the best intentions of humanity in mind - any phone under warranty can get serviced because it's the phone that's tied to the warranty, not the owner.

Technology Focus: The SOPA Soap Opera

After global protests on Wednesday which saw darkened Websites like Wikipedia and BoingBoing and a “virtual” strike by Google, on Friday SOPA, a creature of the U.S. House of Representatives, and PIPA, in the Senate, were essentially smothered.

Microsoft's Windows Battles Slack PC Sales

Microsoft Corp's fiscal second-quarter profit fell very slightly as lagging computer sales to cash-strapped consumers in the United States and Europe hurt its core Windows business.

IBM, Other Tech Results Point to Robust IT Demand

A strong outlook from IBM and decent results from Intel Corp and Microsoft Corp suggest that corporate decision makers are shaking off nervousness about economic growth and boosting spending on technology.

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