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  • China dethrones U.S. as world's largest PC market

     
    China passed the U.S. as the largest market for personal computers in the second quarter of the year, according to new data from a research group. The shift marks the first time in history that China has passed the U.S. as the top consumer of PCs. PC...
  • TouchDroid project looks to fit HP TouchPad with Android

     
    Some HP TouchPad owners are ready to dump webOS in favor of Google's Android operating system and have launched a project, called Touchdroid, to make that happen....
  • Amazon.com could sell 3 million to 5 million tablets in 2011, analyst says

     
    Amazon.com could sell 3 to 5 million tablets in 2011, analyst says: Amazon.com could end up selling 3 to 5 million Android tablets before the end of the year if it ends up releasing a sub-$300 tablet as expected, according the Forrester research firm....
  • Hewlett-Packard: One final run of HP TouchPads is on the way

     
    Hewlett-Packard: One final run of HP TouchPads are on the way: Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet is set for one final production run that should hit stores in the next few weeks....
  • HP executive: The TouchPad could be resurrected

     
    Hewlett-Packard could resurrect the TouchPad tablet computer, possibly after spinning off its PC unit into a stand-alone company, an HP executive said in a report Tuesday. "Tablet computing is a segment of the market that's relevant, absolutely," Todd...
  • Tech Giant Hewlett-Packard to Cut 27K Jobs by 2014

    Tech Giant Hewlett-Packard to Cut 27K Jobs by 2014
    PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Hewlett-Packard Co., the worldÂ’s largest PC maker, will cut 27,000 jobs, or about 8 percent of its staff, by 2014 to bring down costs and make the company more competitive in a changing marketplace. The move comes as consumer...
  • Michael Hiltzik: Student loan debate: Take the focus off interest rates

    Michael Hiltzik: Student loan debate: Take the focus off interest rates
  • Apple's Plan For New Mother Ship

    Apple's Plan For New Mother Ship
    The mother ship is coming to earth and Steve Jobs could not be happier. The Apple CEO made a rare appearance before the Cupertino, California city council with a proposal for a new Apple headquarters. It would be nearly the size of the Pentagon, but in...
  • Chicago puts lobbyists' pay online

    Chicago City Hall lobbyists were paid nearly $13 million last year, according to records the city posted online Thursday. The 10 lobbyists who were paid the most to influence city departments and aldermen collected more than $5 million. Among the...
  • Obama zips through Glendale

    The White House on Friday employed Marine One and Bob Hope Airport as part of a strategy to shuttle President Obama from USC to the Unum building in Glendale after the heat his administration took on the massive traffic jams caused by his last L.A. visit....
  • Republican Carly Fiorina Running For Senate Hospitalized

    Republican Carly Fiorina Running For Senate Hospitalized
    California GOP Senate challenger Carly Fiorina is in the hospital to be treated for an infection associated with her reconstructive surgery after breast cancer. Deborah Bowker, the campaign's chief of staff, says in a statement issued Tuesday that...
  • Bureaucrats' fears equal support for Gatto

    I read with interest your article on Assemblyman Mike Gatto's hearing in Glendale on pension reform ("Lawmakers talk pension reform following the Bell scandal," Oct. 21). It was abundantly clear that bureaucrats (whose interests align with the status...