Newsmy has reportedly introduced a sleek MP4 player that supports 64-bit gaming.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has opined that Android - rather than Windows - will power the majority of next-gen tablet devices.
Qualcomm has shipped the first of its dual-CPU Snapdragon chipsets for next-gen smartphones.
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Four out of five children can't tell when an adult is posing as a child online, according to software developers working to track pedophiles online.
Cellphones could be to blame for the sharp decline in honeybee populations, according to Indian scientists.
Google has reportedly decided that Windows is just too much of a security risk, and is dumping the Microsoft operating system.
Globalfoundries has announced plans for a $3 billion expansion of its factories in New York and Germany.
The Tecnalia Technological Corporation has built a totally electric car that can reach 140 kilometers per hour in 10 seconds.
SanDisk has upgraded its SSD lineup by doubling capacity and significantly boosting performance.
Hitachi-LG has debuted an optical-SSD (ODD/SSD) hybrid drive at Computex 2010.
Skype has released a new version of its iPhone app that allows users to make 3G Skype-to-Skype calls, as well as dial mobile phones and landlines.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang kicked off Computex 2010 with a keynote speech that highlighted the company's efforts to promote a 3D PC revolution.
Security expert, Graham Cluley, discovers social-engineering trick that has attacked hundreds of thousands on Facebook.
MSI is currently showcasing its $500 WindPad 100 tablet at Computex 2010.
Asus has debuted a sleek Windows 7-based tablet with a 10 hour battery life at Computex 2010.
Facebook app asks that you give up your status to honor a fallen soldier this Memorial Day.
Apple has managed to sell over two million iPads since launching its over-hyped tablet in the US on April 3.
Chinese computing power has leapfrogged Europe and Japan, with a new supercomputer ranked as the world's second fastest.
Banknotes could get a lot prettier, thanks to a new nanotechnology technique which mimics the iridescent colors found on butterflies' wings.