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April 23, 2009

Putting our arms around the future of touch: CNET News

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At a conference in San Jose, a small group aims to figure out not just where the science of touch and gestures are headed, but also where the dollars are.

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April 23, 2009

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At a conference in San Jose, a small group aims to figure out not just where the science of touch and gestures are headed, but also where the dollars are.
Thu, Apr 23 04:00:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story
If projections hold, Microsoft will report the first year-over-year drop in its sales as a public company. The company’s report Thursday will offer a sense of whether things are going from bad to worse.
Thu, Apr 23 04:00:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story
Co-founder Chris DeWolfe’s contract will not be renewed, and President Tom Anderson will likely take “a new role” with the social-networking site.
Wed, Apr 22 17:55:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story
Underlying VMware’s first-quarter results is the fact that the virtualization specialist has seen a big revenue shift toward services–and away from software licenses.
Thu, Apr 23 04:46:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story

Despite calls for Netbooks, cheaper Macs, and iPhones on Verizon, Apple‘s recession-defiant second quarter means the company isn’t likely to feel the need for change.

Wed, Apr 22 17:43:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story

Cutting off the money flow to cybercriminals could be the best way to stop them, a top botnet researcher says.

Wed, Apr 22 17:09:00 PDT 2009 | Read full story


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