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7|22|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Broadcom will lay off about 2,500 employees as part of a decision on June 2 to exit the cellular baseband business for which it could ...

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The recent decision by the German parliament to consider a move back to typewriters may serve as a lesson, not only in the need for secure products, but also in the ...
When working with consumer devices that plug into a smart grid, there's no substitute for field testing, particularly of mobile, battery-operated devices. In addition, the ...
Two posts set Google+ a-twitter about Android Wear this week. Babak Parviz, a pioneer and public face for Project Glass, left Google for Amazon. (You made need to register ...
Service providers are upgrading the systems used to provide voice services for the first time in many years. But the upgrades come at a time when the industry is in the ...
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