Intel has detailed its next-gen Atom-based SoC. The chip - codenamed "Tunnel Creek" - is being prepped for deployment in vehicle-infotainment and IP media phones.
Apple is to delay the international release of the iPad by a month, citing high demand.
A German research institute has developed a touch-screen interface that users operate with their feet.
Intel is showcasing its oft-delayed Moorestown platform at the annual developers conference in Beijing.
Hitachi has reportedly unveiled details of a new 3D display for handheld electronic devices.
Intel has confirmed that production of processors featuring its next-gen Hi-K 32 nanometer (nm) "Sandy Bridge" architecture will kick off in late 2010.
In the first deal of its kind, Seagate is to start selling external hard drives with Paramount movies preloaded.
Sharp has announced the first four-primary-color 3D LCD, claiming it will give a brighter image than current models with very little ghosting.
Wicked! OCZ has introduced the Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SATA II 2.5" Solid State Drive (SSD) series.
A new report claims that USB 3 will not see "widespread adoption" until at least late 2011 due to Intel's lack of "direct" support.
A recent discovery by a team of Hewlett Packard researchers could eventually help redefine the capabilities, speed and capacity of conventional memory.
Microsoft's recent decision to end its support for Intel's Itanium architecture may indicate a paradigm business shift towards cloud computing and virtualization.
AMD has introduced a high-end graphics card targeted at the lucrative workstation market.
Western Digital has refreshed its VelociRaptor lineup with two new 10,000 RPM SATA hard drives.
The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) has announced a new high-capacity format, more than doubling the amount of storage capacity.
It wouldn't be a new Apple product launch without the most rigorous stress test known to man: "Will It Blend?" Blendtec's Tom Dickson sees what happens when an iPad is ground to a bunch of dust.
Microsoft will be halting support for Intel's Itanium architecture on its upcoming Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio 2010 platforms.
Toshiba has confirmed that it will be spending some 15 billion yen ($160 million) to build a test production line for advanced flash memory chips.
Kids just don't know they're born these days. Whilst our generation thought ourselves lucky to get paper and a stub of pencil - no more scratchy slates, hurrah! - a bunch of spoilt brats over at Seton Hill University are being kitted out with iPads.
Nvidia has responded to "concerns" about the GTX 480 by noting that the recently introduced GPU was designed to run at "high temperatures" without affecting quality or longevity.