It is starting to look like the US courts are losing patience with copyright troll companies and they are starting to find themselves on the wrong side of the law.
Software giant Microsoft has kicked off a nasty marketing war directly against Google and ended any pretence of niceness between the pair. The Vole has released a series of attack ads in the US which have upped the ante considerably in its trade war against Google which began five months ago.
Microsoft has spared little effort in transforming its flagship Xbox 360 into a versatile entertainment hub, making the system much more than a gaming console.
The Vatican is the only country on the planet with zero live births. However that doesn’t mean that the residents of this tiny city state, which was granted independence by Benito Mussolini in 1929, do not indulge in sexually explicit shenanigans.
The first quarter of 2013 was the worst for PC sales since 1994, IDC said.
The Iranian suspicion of Western mapping systems is getting a little silly.
Anyone who thought that airport security would allow smartphone use on a plane in the future might be a little worried to know that it is possible to hijack a plane with one.
A UK-based computer hacker who worked under the LulzSec banner has admitted attacking Sony, Nintendo, Rupert Murdoch's News International and the Arizona State Police.
US president Barack Obama has promised to increase spending to protect US computer networks from internet based attacks.
LG Display is apparently gearing up to ship its first flexible displays later this year.
Microsoft has apparently been forced to delay the rollout of Microsoft Office for iOS and Android by almost a year.
Faster performance for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets is always a plus - assuming battery life doesn't suffer as a result.
A Reddit user who goes by the handle of Repilur has got his paws on AMD's upcoming Radeon HD 7990 GPUs and posted information on them online.
Taiwanese original design manufacturer (ODM) is one of three or four companies that put together notebooks and now tablets for multinationals.
Harvard scientists are developing a new device that could help replace the good old spleen. The spleen’s job is to filter our blood and prevent potentially fatal sepsis.
What do manned missions to Mars and marijuana have in common? Well it seems that NASA’s only way to get to Mars is by getting high and now a former NASA scientist is looking to apply his life-support expertise to marijuana growing.
The maker of fashion bags, Intel, is planning to push out a lot more hardware to the lucrative server market.
Foxconn has reportedly come up with a cunning plan to reduce the number of suicides in its dormitories in mainland China. Rather than improving working conditions, the company seems to be firing workers with suicidal tendencies.
The US is facing an increase in the unemployment rate for people at the heart of many tech innovations, even while IT companies claim they are short staffed.
TSMC, the world’s biggest foundry for hire, has seen its sales surge 18.9 percent in March from a year earlier