Software giant Microsoft appears to have finally lost its rag over the large number of critics bashing its flagship Windows 8.
It looks like the biggest movie of the summer has already hit theaters, even though the summer just started. Iron Man 3 is the box office juggernaut to beat this year, although we still have Star Trek Into Darkness and many other big contenders this season to come.
You approach the Tucson mountain retreat by a 500-foot path through saguaro cactus and palo verde. The squat, earth-colored structure looks a little bunker-like at first, but from closer up the walls turn out to be not concrete but rammed earth, with a rich layering of warm colors.
Acer seems to be getting the worst of the PC slump. Friday the company reported its April sales plunged 18.8 percent from a year ago, Reuters reports.
One of the busiest segments of the Android market is TV/PCs-on-a-stick, with a variety of devices constantly rolling out from various overseas manufacturers.
Like the Apple iPad mini but don't care for its rather hefty price price point? Luckily, there a number of Android-powered knock offs (in terms of appearance), including the Cube U35GT tablet which recently tipped up online.
Google is planning to revamp its Google Wallet digital payments platform at Google I/O. However, it seems plans for a physical credit card have been shelved, at least for the time being.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has found the building blocks for Earth-sized planets in an unlikely place - the atmospheres of a pair of burned-out stars called white dwarfs.
In February, a speeding asteroid slammed into our atmosphere and exploded high over Russia’s Ural region, injuring hundreds and causing millions of euros of damage. What should we do if we have a similar – or even bigger – strike in the future?
A new development in extending the range of electric cars on a single charge of a battery could soon mean range anxiety is more of a thing of the past. This interesting research breakthrough comes from Australia’s University of Wollongong (UOW).
Sharp is planning to let go 5,000 workers over the next three years. Most of the cuts are expected at overseas plans in China and Malaysia.
Foundry-for-hire TSMC has reiterated plans to build its first 450mm wafer plant by 2017.
Graphics chip maker Nvidia has done a lot better than analysts were expecting and announced third quarter results which are not that bad.
Apple fanboys, with heart conditions, who take their iPads to bed with them, could find that their next rounded rectangle is a coffin.
The age of World of Warcraft is finally coming to an end.
Michael Dell and his Silver Lake cash cow pal have been dealt a potential blow in their bid to buyout Dell.
Once touted as Google's great white hope, it appears that Chromebooks are becoming a great white shark to the company's bottom line.
The German Army held its first cyber warfare military exercise open to the public earlier this week and a select core of tech hacks were there to see what it was all about.
So we know the next Star Wars movie is supposed to be top, top secret, that’s a given. But some people involved in the next film just can’t seem to help themselves, and quite a few people like Carrie Fisher also have diplomatic immunity.
Siemens is one of the world’s largest electronic and engineering firms. Volvo is well known for its safe cars.