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Wearable tech to grow 'exponentially' this year, predicts Visiongain

The wearable technology market is expected to grow "exponentially" in revenue and number of devices this year, forecasts market research firm Visiongain.

HP to put cellphone-type chips in servers

Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) said this week that it is equipping a new line of servers with microprocessors that borrow traits from cellphone chips. The change in microprocessing technology for the

FTC, Intel agree to proposed settlement

Intel agreed to a proposed settlement with the Federal Trade Commission that is slated to give the chip maker's rivals in the CPU, graphics and chip markets protection against anticompetitive

Intel chairman plans to retire

Craig Barrett, the chairman of the Intel Corp, said he plans to retire in May. Barrett, 69, steered the chip maker through the dot-com collapse and has become a high-profile advocate for expanding

Apple turns to IBM exec

Apple Inc. has gone outside its normal orbit with plans to hire an IBM technology executive to run its iPod and iPhone hardware engineering groups. The move is not sitting well with IBM, which last

Expect a steep increase in Smartphone sales

More than the tech sector, the mobile enterprise and wireless arena are in a constant state of flux. This week mobile-giant Nokia said it will lay off 600 employees as a result of the weakening

Apple in the process of reinventing the iPod

Remember the story we ran about Apple hiring away chip-guru Mark Papermaster from IBM? Well, it appears that he will be taking over as the head of Apple's iPod group, replacing longtime Apple

Will better graphics hardware result in a revitalized games market for the MacBook?

If you have been following the news recently, you would have known that Apple recently dropped its long-standing integrated Intel graphics chip set in favor of a discreet Nvidia GeForce graphics

Intel eyes graphics card market

Intel has unveiled a new family of microprocessors which it says will be initially targeted at the graphics card for the personal computer. Code-named Larrabee, it will feature between 16 and 48

Mac OS X 10.6 showcased

Apple CEO Steve Jobs have confirmed that the next version of Mac OS X- 10.6, will be code named Snow Leopard. The focus of this new version will be more towards