It now looks increasingly likely that Microsoft will have to perform a dramatic u-turn on the Windows 8 interface.
Although the PC market has seen better days, shipments of solid state drives are expected to grow more than 600 percent by 2017, according to the latest figures released by IHS.
Consumer electronics giant LG is rumored to be going back into the tablet market, which it ditched two years ago.
The maker of very expensive printer ink, HP, is facing a $1 billion lawsuit from shareholders over its Autonomy acquisition.
It is starting to look like Google's tax avoidance days might be coming to a close after France and Germany have joined the UK in demanding that the search engine start paying its share.
It appears that Apple's moves to take control of its accessories market moving from a 30-pin connector to the Lightning connector has backfired completely.
Tesla’s next generation of electric cars might be getting an autopilot, courtesy of some clever Google tech.
Microsoft has completed the move from Hotmail to the new Outlook.com, which now boasts more than 400 million accounts.
The University of Florida has debuted the state’s most powerful supercomputer. According to university staff, the machine will help researchers formulate life-saving drugs, project decades-long weather forecasts and improve armor for troops.
One of the biggest drawbacks to many of the Android-powered TV sticks currently on the market is poor Wi-Fi performance.
A company known as Special Stage Systems has rolled out a rather interesting product that will be sure to appeal to hard-core gamers and hobbyists alike.
There are literally hundreds of PCs-on a stick crowding the lucrative Android market, including the quad-core MK809 III quad-core which first tipped up last month.
Seagate has unveiled its first solid state drive product line, featuring a range of SSD drives for the consumer and enterprise market, along with a PCIe card in tow.
Intel is finally starting to take the mobile market seriously, three years too late for anyone to care. The chipmaker has finally revealed its next generation Silvermont microarchitecture, and although it is late to the party, it looks like an impressive piece of tech.
While you were probably not expecting this, Software King of the World and sworn enemy of the mosquito, Sir William Gates the Third, says he does not like the iPad much.
Netbooks are fading away fast, another victim of the tablet craze, but Asus seems to have a cunning plan to replace them with small and inexpensive next-gen devices.
In the Pentagon's annual report to Congress, it has accused China, yet again, of hacking US establishments in an effort to gain industrial and defence secrets.
Researchers at Los Alamos National Labs have been running a quantum internet for the last two and a half years, according to Technology Review.
Adobe plans to move to a subscription cloud-based model for its CS range of products.
While many hoped that once George Lucas got his paws off the Star Wars franchise things would get better, it appears that the new owners - Disney - might be headed for similar daft decisions.