Stargate SG-1: Unleashed prepped for mobile devices

MGM and Arkalis Interactive have officially confirmed the existence of Stargate SG-1: Unleashed, an interactive, ongoing game for Apple and Android mobile devices.

Google courts mobile campaigns with AdWords changes

Google's changing the way it sells sponsored links in search results, in a move aimed at boosting its mobile advertising.

Understanding the legality of an unlocked smartphone

Legal protection for individuals who unlocked their mobile phones for use on other networks officially expired last weekend.

AMD scales back on chip orders

Advanced Micro Device (AMD) has confirmed that it will be scaling back on chip orders from GlobalFoundries in 2013 to conserve cash as the company struggles to deal with a contracting personal computer market.

Apple wants to redefine television for a new age

Apple has redefined mobile computing over the years with its wildly popular iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air. So what's next for Cupertino?

Report: Microsoft prepping Office Mobile for iOS, Android

Microsoft is apparently prepping a mobile version of its popular Office suite for the iPad, iPhone and Android devices. 

Intel wants a 48-core mobile processor



Intel may be having some difficulty eking out a viable x86 mobile market share, but that hasn't stopped Santa Clara from hyping a theoretical 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets.

Facebook shows it can succeed at mobile

Wall Street has kissed and made up with Facebook, which has reported strong third quarter revenue, particularly in the mobile arena.

Supercell rakes in $10 million a month from the App Store

Game developer rakes in a cool $350,000 per day after Apple takes its cut.

Zuckerberg pledges mobile future

Mark Zuckerberg says he's not at all happy about Facebook's share price, but believes the company's got a big future in the mobile arena.

Analyst: Sleek tablets threaten Intel PCs



A prominent industry analyst has issued a wary assessment of Intel's (x86) PC prospects in a mobile world increasingly dominated by ARM-powered smartphones and tablets.

FCC to test carriers' mobile broadband performance

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says it plans to start evaluating mobile broadband speeds in order to let customers know whether they're getting value for money.

The mobile patent wars

The Apple versus Samsung patent trial is now in the hands of the jury (heaven help them all) and tech reporters are waiting with bated breath for the outcome.

Sony slashes jobs to streamline smartphone supply chain

Sony's announced plans to cut 1,000 jobs from its handset division, Sony Mobile - one in seven of its workforce.

The changing battlefield of the mobile chip wars

The real battle in the mobile silicon space may soon focus almost exclusively on power and performance, rather than raw speed. 



Will Qualcomm buy AMD?

Shares of AMD were buoyed nearly ten percent by rumors that Snapdragon master Qualcomm may be interested in acquiring the fabless chip company.

Doubts surface about Google's Project Glass



The evolution of mobile augmented reality (AR) is moving along at an accelerated pace, although analysts at ABI Research doubt Google's Project Glass marks the start of a paradigm shift.

Facebook shares hit new low

Facebook's shares have fallen sharply, after the company posted a $157 million loss for the first quarter after its flotation.

ARM marches forward with FinFET 64-bit processors

TSMC and ARM have clinched a multi-year agreement to extend ongoing collaboration beyond the realm of 20-nanometer (nm) technology and deliver ARM chips on FinFET transistors.

Samsung buys chipmaker's mobile unit

Samsung's beefing up its patent pile with the acquisition of British chip firm CSR's mobile connectivity and location technology business.