Google's initial release of its long-awaited Chrome operating system is expected to focus on the lucrative laptop sector.
AMD has finally taken the wraps off its next-gen Fusion APU at Computex 2010.
Steve Jobs says conditions are fine at the Chinese factory where staff have been hurling themselves off the roof in recent weeks.
Microsoft has responded angrily to claims that Google is banning Windows from staffers' machines.
Undeterred by Apple's banning of Flash, Adobe has launched a digital viewer for magazines, allowing publishers to create apps like the flagship iPad verion of Wired.
We're not sure about its green credentials, but this is one alternative car. Powered only by Coke and Mentos, it has an impressive 221-foot range.
Wireless data service firm Innocomm has partnered with Telegent Systems, a provider of free analog TV reception for smartphones, to bring out the first Android phone with built-in TV accessibility.
Of the estimated 300,000 3D TV sets that have been sold worldwide, 270,000 have been Samsung units, leaving other powerful companies to fight for the remaining scraps.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released the results of a survey on home broadband use and found that 4 in 5 Americans don't know what their advertised broadband speed is.
Although Apple's arbitrary and capricious censorship on the iPhone App Store has become legendary, even the most self-proclaimed open app platform on the market has to regulate itself sometimes.
Google ditches Windows. Hell breaks loose! Pink newspaper roils the Internets. Windows users cry, "D'oh!"
Tired of choosing between Nvidia and ATI? Well, now you can have the best of both worlds - on one kick-ass Asus motherboard powered by LucidLogix's Hydra 200 SoC.
A 64-bit iteration of Mozilla's Firefox browser for Windows has been spotted in the wild.
Does Google's wildly popular Android mobile OS pose a clear and present danger to Microsoft Windows?
Qualcomm has shipped the first of its dual-CPU Snapdragon chipsets for next-gen smartphones.
If you were looking for professional advice, would you go to expertsexchange.com? Or would you buy art from speedofart.com?
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.
SanDisk has upgraded its SSD lineup by doubling capacity and significantly boosting performance.
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.
Banknotes could get a lot prettier, thanks to a new nanotechnology technique which mimics the iridescent colors found on butterflies' wings.
Only two percent of US Facebook users plan to delete their accounts today as a result of the 'Quit Facebook Day on May 31' campaign.
Scientists have established that the molecule adenosine is critical to explaining how acupuncture works, and have been able to triple acupuncture's effectiveness as a result.
A woman injured by a car on a busy road is suing Google for giving her dangerous walking directions.
Hurt Locker producer Voltage Pictures has filed a widely-anticipated lawsuit against illegal file sharers.
Yeah, sure, movie-lovers are clamoring for 3D versions of Iron Man in 3D, along with virtually every movie that has “Star” in its title, or Keanu Reeves in its credits.
There is a good chance that several websites may have spoiled the Microsoft Project Natal party on June 13.
Android. iPhone. Internets. Get off my monopolistic lawn, you damn kids!
Microsoft introduced its Tag Reader, Fring was the first with video conferencing for Android smartphones and Firefox unveiled its long-awaited Home for the iPhone.
Motorola - which has been buoyed by the success of its popular Droid smartphone - appears to be putting the final touches on an Android-based tablet.