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More than 1,500 students compete in Intel’s math, science, and engineering competition.
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The underdog had the giant on the run for several years before Intel regained its footing.
New power-saving, "sleeping" PCs will awake when prompted by Web-based services.
Merrill puts tech sector at center stage.
The New York public high school has four finalists, the most of any school in the nation.
Solid balance sheets, cool products, and an alternative energy kicker are common themes.
After a long hangover, the tech industry is hot once again.