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The World's Oldest Working Computer Has Been Resurrected

The world's oldest working digital computer, often referred to as "The Witch", has been given a new lease of life. A team of computer scientists has restored it to its former glory—and now it's on display for all to see. More »...

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iPad Mini and Nexus 7 Go Head-to-Head

The Nexus 7 from Google and the iPad mini from Apple are two of the hottest small tablets. Here are both of these capable tablets in a photo spread showing how they compare in size and with popular apps running.

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HTC's Droid DNA Going International

The 5-inch HTC Verizon superphone may head to global markets. [Read more]...

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Elon Musk: With Jobs Gone, Google Will Win Mobile (And Look Out For The Hyperloop)

World-renowned entrepreneur Elon Musk held a roundtable session at the Foreign and Comonwealth Office last Thursday in London. Interviewed by Number 10 special adviser Rohan Silva, Musk opened up on a number of issues, some he’s touched on in the past, and others he expanded upon more fully. 

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Windows Phone 8 Reboot Woe Causes Outpouring of Forum Misery

Early adopters of Windows Phone 8 hardware are complaining that it reboots at random, up to several times a day, and that they're not being offered any prospect of a quick fix.

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