The maker of fashion bags, Intel, is planning to push out a lot more hardware to the lucrative server market.
Lenovo, the world’s second largest PC maker, is planning to revamp its business strategy and refocus on its server and storage business over the next three years.
South Korean investigators have traced back Wednesday's cyber attack that crippled the country's banking system to Chinese servers. Although Chinese IP addresses were used in the attack, North Korea remains the prime suspect.
A statement has appeared on the Pirate Bay website claiming it's moving its servers to North Korea.
Two European carriers are warning iPhone 4S users not to upgrade to iOS 6.1 until Apple fixes bugs - and IT departments are reporting problems too.
A number of Intel's biggest customers and partners are reportedly "exploring" the use of RISC-based ARM chips that could ultimately find their way into future PCs and servers.
If you're reading this, then you're OK - but, today, many people around the world will have a nasty surprise.
The Pirate Bay has a new plan to stay afloat - a fleet of hard-to-track flying servers.
ARM currently dominates the lucrative mobile space (smartphones and tablets) with its low-power sipping RISC-based architecture.
Hewlett Packard is reportedly planning to design and sell servers powered by RISC-based ARM chips.
ARM President Tudor Brown says the company's RISC-powered chips will capture 50% of the mobile personal computer market by 2015.
The Pirate Bay is probably one of the biggest "enemies" of the entertainment industry.
Wikileaks' website has vanished altogether from the internet, following the decision of Everydns.net to terminate support.
The Obama administration has criticized the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for threatening to ban certain BlackBerry smartphone services.
It sounds a bit like somebody's idea of a joke: over the last week, according to reports, some western visitors to sites including YouTube, Twitter and Facebook have been redirected to Chinese servers - and thus blocked from accessing them.
Ubisoft has apologised to gamers for the fact that its servers went down over the weekend, saying it was attacked by a hacker.