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Asian Firms May Eye RIM Platform; Samsung Denies Interest

Research In Motion is not on Samsung Electronics Co's immediate shopping list, but the ailing Blackberry maker may still be attractive to Asian smartphone makers looking to compete against Google's Android, the world's fastest growing mobile platform.

EU Moves Early on Google Antitrust Probe

European regulators will decide around the end of March whether to file a formal complaint against Google for misuse of its market position, potentially bringing the internet company's squabble with competitors to a head much sooner than expected.

Asian firms may eye RIM platform; Samsung denies interest

Research In Motion is not on Samsung Electronics Co's immediate shopping list, but the ailing Blackberry maker may still be attractive to Asian smartphone makers looking to compete against Google's Android, the world's fastest growing mobile platform.

Samsung Says No Interest in Buying Troubled RIM

Samsung Electronics said on Wednesday it was not interested in buying ailing Blackberry maker Research In Motion or licensing its operating system, refuting a tech blog report that RIM was seeking to sell itself to the South Korean technology giant.

Venture Capitalists, Startups Hope to Hit Sin City Jackpot

Former NFL player Jeremy Bloom anxiously scanned the crowd at a taco party under the luminous faux-sky of the Venetian hotel's canal walk in Las Vegas. The wide receiver turned entrepreneur wasn't hoping to spot friends or catch a waiter's attention -- he was on the lookout for venture capitalists.

Plodding PC Sales Weigh Down Microsoft Profit

Microsoft Corp. is starting the new year much as it did the one just ended - grappling with weak computer sales tearing a hole in its core Windows business, while it gropes its way slowly into the faster-growing mobile phone and tablet markets.

Plodding PC sales weigh down Microsoft profit

Microsoft Corp is starting the new year much as it did the one just ended - grappling with weak computer sales tearing a hole in its core Windows business, while it gropes its way slowly into the faster-growing mobile phone and tablet markets.

Intel’s Lenovo K800 – Brief Review

The Lenovo K800, which was released on Tuesday at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), will be the first smartphone powered by the Intel Atom Medfield chip. The phone is expected to hit the Chinese market in the second quarter of 2012.

Day in the Life of a Fund Manager in Vegas

Hampton Adams has been one of CES' most loyal devotees for 15 years. But unlike a good chunk of the 140,000-plus who descend on the world's largest technology showcase every January, the portfolio manager is less keen on fiddling with cutting-edge technology than picking winners.

Google vs Apple: Connected TV Battle Ahead

The combination of lightweight operating systems, low-power processors, and near-ubiquitous high speed broadband will empower the disruption of the living room paradigm in 2012, says an analyst.

A Day in the Life of a Fund Manager in Vegas

Hampton Adams has been one of CES' most loyal devotees for 15 years. But unlike a good chunk of the 140,000-plus who descend on the world's largest technology showcase every January, the portfolio manager is less keen on fiddling with cutting-edge technology than picking winners.

CES 2012: Apple Makes Its Presence Felt With iPad 3 Rumors, 250 Covert Employees

Just because Apple isn't officially attending CES 2012 doesn't mean its presence isn't felt. Rumors are heating up that Apple's next-gen iPad 3 is actually be at the event. That rumor isn't confirmed, but what IS confirmed is that about 250 Apple employees are secretly making their rounds at the event, quietly judging their competition.

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