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Cloud computing is going to take over as Chromebooks get better and better.
Hidden, anonymous underbelly to the Internet is home to rogues, political activists, criminals and hackers, and can't be found using search engines.
Amazon continues to look for new ways to deliver things to customers even faster.
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The machine stored memories from the games it played and learned from them to improve its own performance to the point that it could score 75 percent of the human score.
The Raspberry Pi isn't just a little computer, it's a phenomenon. Now's the time to jump on board.
Princeton University researchers have constructed what might be the world's smallest microwave laser.
Intel introduces an entire computer that you just plug into the HDMI port of your TV. How far the mighty computer has fallen.
Can you put a number on health and happiness? Yes.
New research shows that just clicking the 'like' button reveals more about us than we realize.
Computers see an extra second, something added to adjust for the Earth's geological time, as time actually running backwards.
The computer can only handle itself in two-player games since a third player introduces too many gaming variables into the mix.
With higher-quality camera images, your fingerprints can be stolen from public photos, says hacker.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.