AMD stock slumps

Although AMD has seen better days, the stock had quite a rally in the first half of the year. Propped up by encouraging console design wins, AMD gained 83 percent this year, but now it is tumbling back again. 

Lulzsec hackers go down

Three members of the hacktivist group LulzSec have been sentenced to 24-30 months in a UK jail.

Don't be bullied by the Google monster

Opinion Does being the Jack of all Trades and the master of none apply to Google? I fear so. Having oodles of cash has tempted Google into all manner of strange ventures but it’s pretty clear that some of its wacky ideas are way off kilter.

Raspberry Pi camera module goes live

One of the most popular hardware products for modders and DIY enthusiasts is the Raspberry Pi.

Google could land up in the Tower of London

A committee of the House of Commons summoned a Google executive to give testimony again today and raised the possibility that the corporation might find itself in contempt of parliament.

This tablet boots Android, Windows 8 and Ubuntu

If you're the sort of person who enjoys using multiple operating systems, well, it is probably somewhat difficult for you to choose just one for your tablet. Enter the Ekoore Python S3, which is capable of booting three operating systems: Android, Windows 8 and Ubuntu.

Oracle's Ellison earns $3 a second

The CEO of Oracle, dashing Larry Ellison, earned $96.4 million last year and it’s hard to figure out how he can make ends meet.

Android the top dog in smartphone market share

Together, Android and iOS make up a staggering 92.3 percent of all smartphone shipments for Q1 2013, at least according to IDC's latest worldwide quarterly mobile phone tracker.

Dell intros minitower workstation. And rack

Hardware company Dell has introduced two server products that  it claims are best of class.

IBM sells itself short

IBM lost a lucrative government contract because it made a bid for the work which was too low.

Western Digital ships ultraslim drives

Western Digital has started shipping the world’s first ultraslim 2.5-inch drives, designed specifically to meet the needs of Ultrabook vendors and makers of all things thin.

Patent trolls get a good kicking

Mass suing by copyright trolls could be about to be consigned to the dustbin of legal history, according to the Mail Tribune .

Lotus 1-2-3 is dead

IBM has decided to finally lay to rest the second killer app of the PC - the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet.

Google's Page turns on Microsoft

Google CEO Larry Page is either an arch-manipulator of public opinion or one of the least self-aware people in human history.

Cisco turns its fortunes round

It appears that things are finally starting to turn around for the IT industry, after the industry bellwether Cisco published some decent results for once.

Intel Ultrabooks continue to flag

Chipzilla's efforts to push into the mobile arena are paying off, but the fashion bag maker is still in a holding pattern waiting for Ultrabooks to take off, according to an analyst from Morgan Stanley.

Google asks Microsoft to kill its app

Google wants Microsoft to kill its homebrew YouTube app for Windows Phone 8. T

Water cooled phone hits the world

Smartphone makers are coming up with increasingly gimmicky features and ways to distinguish their Androids from the rest of the pack.

Woman tries to sell son on Craigslist

A 29-year-old single mom from Texas was arrested after it emerged that she tried to give away (or sell) her son on Craigslist. 

Aaeon EPC-CV1 is an Atom-powered single-board computer

Aaeon's EPC-CV1 is powered by an Intel Atom N2600 x86 processor, which is somewhat of a rarity when it comes to single-board computers, as most are equipped with RISC-based ARM chips.