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Diebold Unable to Sell e-Voting Unit

Amid criticism for its allegedly unreliable voting machines, Diebold Inc. said today that it has failed to sell its voting technology business, which manufactures voting booths used in elections across the country. Instead, the company... More...

Matrox Announces New Remote Graphics Unit

Matrox has announced its latest remote graphics device – the Extio F1220 Remote Graphics Unit. Using fiber optic cabling (sold seperately) the Extio F1220 can drive up to four monitors simultaneously (two analog and two... More...

Microsoft business unit head to depart

Doug Burgum, the executive behind Microsoft's business software unit, will leave the company next year. Burgum, who relinquished day-to-day operations of the Microsoft Business Solutions unit in November, will be succeeded by Satya Nadella, a... More...

AMD scoops up National Semi unit

Advanced Micro Devices has agreed to purchase National Semiconductor's information appliance chip business, the companies said Wednesday. National Semi said the transaction primarily covers its Geode chip family, designed for use in set-top... More...

AOL TW to Sell CD/DVD-Making Unit

AOL Time Warner Inc. said on Friday it agreed to sell its CD and DVD manufacturing business to a Canadian company for $1.05 billion and would use the proceeds to trim its $26 billion debt... More...

Government forms cybersecurity unit

The Department of Homeland Security on Friday said it created a new division to address threats to the nation's technological infrastructure. Called the National Cyber Security Division (NCSD), the 60-person unit is charged with... More...

New WarCraft 3 unit

Blizzard has updated their official site with a new unit from the upcoming WarCraft III: Reign of Chaos -- the Orc Shaman. Here's the juice: Under the leadership of Thrall, the Orcs have... More...

Intel axes its consumer electronics unit

Intel is winding down its consumer electronics division as the company continues its return to its core chip business. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker Thursday confirmed that its Connected Products Division, which specializes in digital... More...

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