Oracle has managed to delay its trial with HP, which is looking into whether it breached a contract over software support for servers running Intel's Itanium microprocessors.
US businesses are starting to get a little worried about what's seen as a new spirit of McCarthyism which is starting to kick off in Washington.
AMD has surprised the tech press by saying that it did not believe that there would ever be a DirectX 12.
The US Air Force has defended itself against evil accountants by designating six software tools as weapons so that they can compete for scarce dollars in the Pentagon budget.
European regulators have received yet another complaint about Google’s business practices, and this time it comes from Fairsearch Europe, a coalition of Google competitors.
The US Navy is going to deploy its first on ship laser next year and has been showing one in action on YouTube.
I'll admit to believing the 4K TV market was doomed when Sharp unveiled its 60-inch 4K TV which carried a rather heavy price tag of $31,000+.
HP has announced the latest in Project Moonshine, which CEO Meg Whitman said in a web conference should be a shift in the way servers handle data. It may also be a shift away from X86.
External storage options (or lack thereof) is often a critical factor in choosing a new Android smartphone.
Whistle-blowing website Wikileaks is publicly dumping just under two million diplomatic cables - dubbed the Kissinger cables - from the mid 1970s.
Pessimistic forecasts for photovoltaic energy are overly negative, according to a survey.
IHS said that despite these forecasts, PV installations will continue to grow at a double number rate and that will represent more than 35 gigawatts this year.
A year ago a series of reports claiming that former BMW designer Chris Bangle joined Samsung sprung up all over the net, but the move was never confirmed and the entire episode was quickly forgotten.
An interview with AMD last week shed light on the latest battleground between Intel and AMD which underlies future changes in computing.
Industry analysts believe the memory sector will continue to do relatively well despite a decline in NAND demand. Although NAND might not be a very hot commodity, DRAM sales are expected to surge, reports The China Post.
Increasing demand for tablets, coupled with weak demand from China, is expected to hit notebook shipments in the second quarter.
As public lavatories - wazzeria - have become hi-tech, it appears that they have become a target for criminals to point at.
The great and glorious names of the tech business are facing a class action over what might have been a trade cartel to control employee movements.
Microsoft is kindly asking users of Windows XP to upgrade to something a bit less ancient, again. XP has been around for a decade and it is still used on 15 to 20 percent of PCs, depending on who you ask.
EA Games is likely to be named the worst company in the US by the Consumerist magazine, beating off some stiff competition from the telephone companies, and seems to want to compound the issue by blaming homophobes.
Intel's "Haswell" chip is now shipping to major PC makers, despite the fact that it has a bug which causes your USB drive to disappear.