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Fujitsu Beefs Up Its Best Supercomputer

China’s Lenovo Proves There’s Life in the PC Market Yet

Facing Real-World Violence, Anonymous Backs Down From Drug Cartel

In the Future, Eyeglasses Translate and Creepy Music Plays Everywhere (Video)

HP’s Project Moonshot Aims to Recreate Servers, Again

Can HP Still Deliver for Investors?

Phil McKinney, CTO of HP’s PC Unit, Heads for the Exit

Seven Questions for SAP Co-CEO Bill McDermott

HP’s TouchPad: The Tablet That Refused to Die

Hewlett-Packard: One Messy Piece of Business Cleared Up, Many to Go

Interview: HP CEO Meg Whitman on Keeping the PC Business

HP Will Keep PC Division

Trial in Oracle-Google Lawsuit Over Android Delayed

A Bad Day for the Salesforce Kool-Aid (Video)

Former Sun CEO Schwartz Joins Board of Moxie Software

One More Reason Not to Sell Fake Chips: Prison

IBM Has a New CEO: Meet Virginia Rometty

Jive IPO Filing Holds Clues to Valuation Mystery

Oracle Grabs RightNow, a Cloud Company in the Big Sky State, for $1.4 Billion

Exclusive: Aneel Bhusri’s Workday Raises $85 Million at a Whopping $2 Billion Valuation

Murdochs Are Re-Elected Amid Protest

Google, Private-Equity Firms Mull Bid for Yahoo

Ready for a Shortage of Hard Drives?

News Corp’s U.K. Unit Reaches Settlement With Dowler Family

Verizon Conference Call: Two Million iPhones Sold Before 4S Launch

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Nobody was excited about paying top dollar for a movie about WikiLeaks. A film about the origins of would have done better.

— Gitesh Pandya of comments on the dreadful opening weekend box office numbers for “The Fifth Estate.”