A lot of folks appear to be pounding on Microsoft Windows 8 this month. Then again, I suppose this is somewhat par for the course when such a far-reaching new platform appears on the uber-opinionated tech scene.
AT&T could very well be the first Internet service provider to begin what is being called the "six strikes" anti-piracy campaign.
Samsung has issued a formal response to a judge's decision to overturn a ban on the Galaxy Nexus phone.
The US Court of Appeals has overturned the ban on sales of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus phone, saying the California court that imposed it had 'abused its discretion'.
Japan's Softbank is considering taking a large stake in Sprint Nextel, in a deal which could revive the struggling carrier's fortunes - and increase competition in a market dominated by Verizon and AT&T.
This past weekend I built myself a new Windows 8 desktop computer and loaded up Microsoft's Office 13 preview.
Foxconn is yet again playing damage control after a report claims workers walked off the job.
Sony has filed a lawsuit because another company has begun using the same actor in its commercials that it used to have in its Playstation ads.
The Internet is flooded with fresh praise and memories of the life of Steve Jobs today.
The FBI says it's busted a secret procurement network disguised as a Texan company and exporting high-tech electronics to the Russian military.
Samsung has reported a quarterly profit of $7.3 billion - nearly double the figure for the same period last year, and well above analysts' expectations - thanks to strong sales of high end televisions and Galaxy phones.
Flushed with success from successfully closing a 'scareware' case on Tuesday, the Federal Trade Commission has succeeded in getting six more such outfits closed down.
Frankly, it has frustrated me for years to watch Apple’s success - while traditional bumbling PC companies continue to ignore the obvious point that yes, design and presentation actually do matter.
After a four-year slog, the Federal Trade Commission has succeeded in extracting $1.63 million from a 'scareware' marketer, finally closing its first such case.
Samsung is attempting to have the recent $1 billion patent verdict in favor of Apple thrown out, on the basis that the foreman of the jury was biased.
Not that it should surprise anyone, but Apple is now officially ranked as the second most powerful brand in the world.
Mark Zuckerberg yesterday met with Russian prime minister Dmitri Medvedev, in an attempt to raise the profile of Facebook in the country.
Samsung has succeeded in getting the US sales ban on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 lifted - and is celebrating by having a pop at the iPhone 5 with yet another patent lawsuit.
Apparently Apple doesn't always win when it comes to intellectual property law.