The bankrupt Lehman Brothers is suing Intel, claiming that the chip company violated the terms of a collateral swap agreement.
Worldwide tablet sales continued to surge, growing 142.4 percent in the first quarter of 2013.
Mean corporate types are planning to shift their computer hardware bill to their staff, according to analyst outfit Gartner.
While Microsoft’s Surface tablets proved completely underwhelming, a report suggests that the company might have another bash at the platform.
HTC has released its Q1 earnings and they are as bleak as ever. Revenues were down 37 percent to $1.45 billion, while profits dropped to just $2.8 million.
British Parliament appears to be a little concerned that the search engine Google might not have been telling the whole truth the last time it showed up.
Intel is starting to talk up its next generation GPUs, dubbed Iris. The new GPU is set to debut in Haswell later this year and it seems to be quite a performer.
It is no secret that Windows 8 is off to a slow start and the latest market share data from Net Applications should raise a few eyebrows in Redmond.
Hewlett Packard originally approached the tablet market with caution, but not enough caution it seems, as its first tablet was a complete flop. The WebOS based HP TouchPad launched in 2011 and it was discontinued just 49 days after it was launched. It was such a flop that it makes the Surface RT look good.
Fashion bag designer Intel has detailed plans to give its Atom chip a make over.
In a fit of marketing spin which should be seen as an insult to the intelligence of the American nation, Apple is peddling a phone it has dubbed "obsolete" in the rest of the world as "vintage" in the land of the free.
The Pirate Bay has found a new home for its popular torrent website on the Caribbean island of St. Martin.
Researchers at the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) believes a military mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) that lets 1,000-5,000 nodes connect simultaneously and securely is pretty much impossible.
Scientists from IBM have created the world’s smallest film, made with thousands of atoms.
Qualcomm is the leading supplier of mobile SoCs, but it is not content with its low key media image and it apparently wants to grow the Snapdragon brand.
Search engine Yahoo has given up on a cunning plan to buy a majority stake in online video website Dailymotion after the French government said that it did not want the buyout to take place.
HP has introduced a data center network fabric built on its FlexNetwork architecture.
Tablet makers are set to roll out the next generation of cheaper tablets over the coming weeks and it is now clear that competition in the cutthroat market will intensify in the second half of the year.
Microsoft missed out on the smartphone gravy train, but now it seems as if Windows Phone 8 might have a bright future after all.
The industry perception that you have to be a freshly scrubbed schoolboy to be any good as a developer is rubbish, according to research.