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Advanced Micro Devices on Monday introduced a high-end graphics card whose core will also be part of its next-generation Fusion processors.
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Ciena has agreed to acquire World Wide Packets in a deal, valued at about US$290 million, that will bring together two players in the growing carrier Ethernet market.
Motorola's mobile-phone business continued to lose its signal in the fourth quarter, dragging the company's revenue and profit down.
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Telstra has launched the first of its Next G face-lifts required by the government since it blocked the CDMA switch off last Friday.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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