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
China has managed to overtake the US in semiconductor manufacturing and according to SEMI’s latest report, the trend is more than likely to accelerate, reports Quartz.
Bitcoin has surged past $200 for the first time in history, but its meteoric rise has prompted many in the financial world to sound the alarm.
Russian hackers have worked out a way that they can gain free access to Ubisoft's online game offerings.
Sheepish Kiwi spooks are seriously regretting their antics over spying on such a high profile case as Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom.
Santa Clara's Next Unit of Computing, or NUC, can best be described as an uber-mini x86 desktop PC powered by Intel's Core i3 processor.
Sony recently announced official pricing and availability for its 4K television lineup, but that wasn't all the 4K display news the Japanese-based corporation had to offer.
Microsoft is regretting copying Apple's warranty tactics in China just as the fruity toymaker falls foul of the authorities.
Big Blue is in hot water in Australia after it admitted using "leaked information" to win a multi-million dollar Queensland Health payroll contract.
If student life was not hard enough, Texas professors are testing software which tells if you have skimped the reading.
German telecom outfit Deutsche Telekom has been given permission to expand its copper network using vectoring, or VDSL2.
Opinion News that Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows XP in a year from now is bound to cause some dismay for quite a few people.
Taiwanese display company AU Optronics will debut its 5-inch FHD OLED panel at China Optoelectronics Display Expo 2013 (CODE 2013) in Shenzhen, which it claims is the world's highest resolution FHD OLED.
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.