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Mobile devices replace desktops as preferred method to open marketing emails

As evidence that mobile devices are replacing desktops as the preferred way for consumers to open emails, nearly 65 percent of marketing emails were opened on mobile devices in the fourth quarter, a survey by email marketing firm Movable Ink found.

Intel to exit motherboard business

Intel has announced that it is winding down its desktop motherboard operations, and that it will stop making them over the next three years. Engineers will be "redistributed to address emerging new form factors," such as all-in-one solutions and tablet devices, explained Intel in a statement.

The take away from Ozzie's "Dawn of a New Day" memo

A public memo from departing Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie describes a "post-PC" world where all devices are smart and connected, and they can communicate with each

Will the iPad replace the desktop PC?

Apple's iPad tablet computer appears to be proving itself as more than just a fun consumer gadget; it is already eating into sales of netbook computers, according to at least one analysis, and it may

Microsoft: Windows 7 optimized to run faster on SSDs

Microsoft has made "many changes" in order to make Windows 7 run faster on solid-state drives (SSD), the emerging gold standard in data storage. In a post on Microsoft's Engineering Windows 7 blog,

Seagate unveils 1.5 Terabyte desktop drive

Seagate has unveiled a 1.5 Terabyte 3.5-inch hard disk for the desktop earlier this week. Meant for the mainstream market, the Barracuda 7200.11 represents the eleventh generation of Seagate's

Fujitsu develops "zero watt" display

The larger the organization, the more employees. The more employees, the more PCs. And the more PCs, the higher the energy costs. There's no denying that desktop PCs are power hungry beasts,

Fujitsu: Building a biodegradable laptop

When someone mentions green tech, the first thing that comes to mind is probably energy-efficient devices. While

Intel at CES: tiny SSD, WiMAX

It's CES time again and hoping to cut through the noise, Intel has decided to jump the gun with a pre-show press conference. Let's cut to the chase, shall we?In January, the company will release

HP preps Penryn workstations

What did we tell you, folks? Just yesterday, Lenovo rolled out the first Penryn desktops, signaling