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A startup hopes to speed up Earth's efforts to make contact with interstellar aliens.
Cisco's new core router will provide speeds that double what's currently on the market.
China develops a supercomputer that is twice as fast as anything America has to offer.
ICANN's largest-ever expansion of the Internet's naming system is almost here: Hundreds of new domains are slated to roll out this year, starting as early as this summer.
Microsoft breakup calls are a dime a dozen, but the latest might really make the company listen.
Bitcoin's network generates more power than the top 500 supercomputers and sucks down around $200,000 a day in electricity costs.
Hewlett-Packard reported profits that topped forecasts and shares surged on the news. But CEO Meg Whitman is still preaching patience.
The hottest trend in enterprise technology is fueling the market.
Cisco's financial results mirror worldwide economic trends -- and last quarter's sales and earnings show steady improvement.
Intel's new CEO starts Thursday. Chip maker ARM's begins later this year. The only thing not changing? What they're fighting for.
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