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Jordan Robertson

Jordan Robertson

    Chips that behave like brains: IBM wants them
    Chips that behave like brains: IBM wants them
    Computers, like humans, can learn. But when Google tries to fill in your search box based only on a few keystrokes, or your iPhone predicts words...
    Giant online security hole slowly shrinking
    Giant online security hole slowly shrinking
    A giant vulnerability in the internet's design is allowing criminals to redirect traffic silently to websites under their control. The problem is...
    Intel shows off new laptop chip package
    Intel shows off new laptop chip package
    Intel rolled out a new batch of chips for laptops on Monday that promises longer battery life and better graphics-rendering abilities, the...
    Apple lands HBO for iTunes store
    Apple lands HBO for iTunes store
    Apple has scooped up Time Warner's HBO to feed television shows to its online iTunes store, reeling in one of the last holdouts among major...
    Top US official pushes cybersecurity goals
    Top US official pushes cybersecurity goals
    Federal cybersecurity officials are trying to develop an early-warning system that alerts authorities to incoming computer attacks targeting...
    Your next gadget may come with a surprise
    Your next gadget may come with a surprise
    From iPods to navigation systems, some of today's hottest gadgets are landing on store shelves with some unwanted extras from the factory --...
    Sun expands alliance with Microsoft
    Sun expands alliance with Microsoft
    Sun Microsystems will begin building servers with one-time foe Microsoft's Windows operating system installed directly on them, instead of forcing...
    Problems and pay-offs of new-generation processors
    Problems and pay-offs of new-generation processors
    A fundamental change in the design of microprocessors is presenting software developers with a challenge -- and a huge financial opportunity.
    New chips enable remote repair of switched-off PCs
    New chips enable remote repair of switched-off PCs
    Your work computer just suffered a major meltdown. Maybe the operating system failed, or a virus crashed the hard drive.
    Guilty plea in Hewlett-Packard spy probe
    Guilty plea in Hewlett-Packard spy probe
    Federal prosecutors in California scored their first victory in the investigation of Hewlett-Packard's (HP) ill-fated boardroom spying probe on...