Thin-film capacity to hit 29 GWp by 2015, says NanoMarkets

Arctic sea ice at second lowest level in recorded history

Porn passed over as Web users become social

Report: Gaming is good for the kids

PC makers fight the netbook dilemma

Take away the marketing hype about innovation, and the computer business looks strikingly staid. For decades, customers have had two flavors to choose from: desktop PCs and laptop PCs. That menu is now set for a major revamp. Read the complete story here.

Softening PC demand threatens chip sector

Moore's Law slows, TSV next battlefield

Cellular modem sales to top $22 billion by 2013, says ABI Research

iPhones, other smartphones take bigger piece of mobile pie

The Apple iPhone continues to look as if it is coming on strong in the global mobile market, particularly when it comes to smartphones. This is among the key findings from the latest AdMob mobile metrics report. AdMob, reporting about global mobile traffic for August, said the iPhone showed a large growth in network traffic with more than 2.9 million requests per day.

First official photos of 2011 Chevrolet Volt released on web

Large Hadron Collider scientists receiving death threats

Acer expected to ship two million netbooks in Q3

Honda reveals its Prius fighter: 2010 Insight

Hollywood movie studios not supporting China-developed CBHD, say Taiwan optical disc makers

LCD panel makers gear up thin-film solar deployment

New fuel cell system 'generates electricity with only water, air'

Macroeconomic pressures a boon for consumer electronics

XGA resolution to become mainstream for front projectors in 2009, says Coretronic

Lite-On still optimistic about LED penetration in notebooks

Computer viruses make it to orbit