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The world's top PC vendor, Hewlett-Packard, beat competitors Dell, Lenovo and Apple to provide the best online customer support, according to survey released on Tuesday by The Customer Respect Group.
Microsoft appears to be looking for new ways to tie Windows Mobile phones and Zune media players together, although a Zune phone remains unlikely.
Korean startup Mtronstorage has become the latest vendor to announce an SSD drive based on the SATA II interface, hot on the heels of larger rivals.
Chip giant Intel Tuesday launched its latest processor platform aimed at computer game enthusiasts, an eight processing-core platform that includes a choice of multi-card graphics from either ATI or Nvidia.
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