EA Games really can't get its act together over the latest version of Sim City.
Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States, has joined Twitter with a little help from TV funnyman Stephen Colbert.
Sales of oversized smartphones and tablets are strong, and according to Transparency Market Research, the trend is set to continue over the next five years.
The first Google Glass devices have already started rolling out the developers and tech enthusiasts, but public availability is expected some time next year.
The bird flu epidemic could have a knock on effect on the supply chain if rates of infection continue to rise, disties have said.
Samsung has claimed that it is likely to run out of its new Galaxy S4s and is facing overwhelming global demand.
Israel's top legal official said that security officials at Ben Gurion airport are legally allowed to demand access to traveller email accounts and deny them entry if they refuse.
We've covered Android-powered PCs-on-a-stick extensively here on TG Daily. But what about a PC-on-a-stick specifically designed to run the Linux version of XBMC?
PlayJam's Android-powered GameStick turned up on Kickstarter earlier this year, seeking money from the masses.
Inforce has debuted a single-board computer powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 quad-core krait processor clocked at 1.7GHz.
While many in the industry have been writing off HP lately, the maker of expensive printer ink says that it is about to make a comeback, but has made Itanium part of its cunning plan.
Software giant Microsoft has realized that Intel’s dream of Ultrabooks is not proving that successful.
As the smartphone juggernaut rumbles on, vendors are increasingly turning their efforts to emerging markets, with less disposable income and a much lower smartphone penetration rate.
NASA has put three more smartphones into orbit on board of an Antares rocket. The tiny satellites were built in a standard cubesat frame and they were built using off-the-shelf components. They may very well be the cheapest satellites ever launched, Gizmag reckons.
The era where Apple fanboys at the BBC use license payer money to prop up Apple's tablet business, has finally come to a close. The BBC does not allow access to its programs worldwide. The UK charges anyone with a TV or other device a large license fee, with hefty penalties if people are found to be unlicensed.
Redmond is expanding Surface RT and Surface Pro availability to a number of new markets, including major emerging economies.
Hacker fanboys of the Syrian strongman Bashar Hafez al-Assad managed to cause more damage to the US stock exchange than sticking a bomb in a pressure cooker.
Australian cops, along with troopers, have fingered the collar of the cobber they believe was the top dingo in the International hacker outfit LulzSec.
China's ZTE is paying Microsoft a royalty for devices it makes using Google Android and Chrome operating systems to make sure that it is not patent trolled out of business.
Lab Zero Games, which raised over $800,000 online so they could make more content for indie fighting game Skullgirls, is finding that it is at odds with its unwanted business partner Paypal.