The global PC market contracted 13.9 percent in the first quarter of 2013 and Europe seems to have taken the worst hit. Sales of PCs in Western Europe fell off a cliff in the first three months of the year and they are down 20.5 percent year-on-year.
Qualcomm CIO Norm Fjeldheim is in the limelight following statements made about Oracle at the SuiteWorld 2013 conference on Tuesday, claiming NetSuite is a better fit for the company than Oracle.
Microsoft has announced that its coming Windows Blue, or Windows 8.1, will be delivered as a free update through the operating system's app store.
Google's update process for Android is trash and it can't do anything about it.
The Bitcoin hash network is eight times faster than the world’s top 500 supercomputers combined.
Smartphone juggernaut Samsung has reportedly managed to beat its own sales projections with the Galaxy S4.
Pirate Bay co-founder and former spokesperson Peter Sunde plans to run for European Parliament next year on the Finnish Pirate Bay ticket.
One of the leaders of the international hacking ring Lulzsec was caught when he broke into a website belonging to a local authority in northwestern New South Wales, Australia.
A security outfit claims it has evidence that Microsoft is reading user Skype messages.
Apple is trying to tell a US court that its former messiah, Steve Jobs, was lying when he bragged about bullying publishers into an epublishing deal.
Touchscreen capability is probably one of Microsoft's biggest and most hyped Windows 8 selling points.
Zotac recently revamped its Zbox mini computer lineup with Intel Core i3 and i5 processor options.
One of the most appealing features of digital readers and other devices equipped with e-ink displays is that they're very easy to read in bright sunlight.
In Capitol Hill Seattle's complaints blog, a woman has reported a stranger flying a drone near her house and refusing to leave.
Smartphone wars are becoming rather predictable. Every quarter sales notch up and every quarter Samsung emerges as the big winner. The last quarter was no exception. However, growth is slowing as the market matures, although there is still plenty of room for growth in emerging markets.
Sharp has announced that it has made Kozo Takahashi its new president and CEO.
The French government is seriously considering a new tax on smartphones and tablets. The one percent tax would be imposed on a range of “internet compatible devices” and it could yield about 86 million euro per year.
Nintendo has won a US appeals court decision in a patent case that will allow it to keep importing its Wii system into the United States.
Hot Hardware has spotted that Intel's new Haswell chip is going to be the first x86 CPU to have a on-die voltage regulator module, or VRM.
Moore's Law is eventually going to crush Intel's opposition as companies are unable to pay the huge costs involved in R&D and new process gear.