BlueStacks has rolled out the alpha version of its App Player for Windows. The software allows users to run their favorite Android apps on Windows-based PCs or tablets.
Spam blasts containing "polymorphic malware" coded to disseminate password-stealing banking Trojans have increased significantly in recent months.
Apple’s Mac operating system has reportedly surpassed Linux in popularity as a development environment in North America.
Technology advancement is a path, rather than a destination. Unfortunately, the road is long, rocky and has no speed limit.
Though it is still the world's most popular operating system, Windows XP no longer has a majority of the global OS market share.
Google's Android operating system currently claims the largest share of the U.S. consumer smartphone market with a very impressive 39%.
ARM has reported an 18% increase in Q2 revenue ($192 million total), as the UK-based company effectively doubled the number of licenses sold for smartphones and tablets during the first half of 2011.
Microsoft confirmed record Q4 revenue of $17.37 billion for the quarter ending June 30, 2011 - an 8% increase from the same period last year.
A group of pranksters posed as construction workers last week to plaster a giant Windows logo acroos the facade of a new Apple retail store in Hamburg.
AMD is targeting the potentially lucrative Windows tablet market with a new Z series Fusion APU.
ARM President Tudor Brown says the company's RISC-powered chips will capture 50% of the mobile personal computer market by 2015.
ViewSonic is showcasing a "dual-OS" tablet powered by Intel's Oak Trail processor at Computex 2011.
Microsoft is planning to have several different versions of its next Windows operating system.
Well, hey now! What have we here? A Windows Phone 7 device actually capable of cutting and pasting text! Be still, my beating heart.
Microsoft has issued a security patch that changes how earlier versions of its flagship Windows operating system handles security when reading "non-shiny" storage media.
Samsung has debuted a $700 "Sliding" computer at CES 2011 that can't seem to decide whether it's a PC or tablet.
Microsoft running Windows on ARM SoCs? Nvidia building a RISC-powered CPU? Yes, the industry message to Intel is crystal clear: We will no longer be bound by the shackles of x86 architecture.
Microsoft has redefined the traditional x86 Wintel paradigm by announcing that future iterations of its flagship Windows operating system will support ARM-based SoCs.
Yes, Android tablets may be all the rage at this year's consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. So, we are certainly glad to see AHX Global giving Windows enthusiasts some much-needed mobile love with the iTablet.
Microsoft is struggling to claw a place for itself in the competitive smartphone market which is currently dominated by Apple (iOS) and Google (Android). But will Redmond have an easier time breaking into the lucrative tablet world?