AMD reported its Q1 numbers last night and they were slightly better than Wall Street’s expectations.
Archos - a company which has thus far focused on Android tablets - has debuted a lineup of Google certified smartphones.
Michigan State researchers have concluded that Twitter can easily teach people about social movements such as Occupy Wall Street - and even encourage them to participate.
Con artists immediately began tailoring mass mailouts around the death of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez when the news broke, according to a report from Kaspersky Lab. There have been riots there, too.
Microsoft is apparently taking its rumored smart watch quite seriously, as former members of Redmond's flagship Xbox and Kinect team are reportedly working on the device.
There are literally thousands of video games for Android-powered tablets and smartphones. The problem?
Ever thought you were worthless? Well, you’re not if you’re a fan of a Facebook brand. You’re worth 28 percent more than you were in 2010.
Despite Windows XP and Office 2003 support ending in April 8 2014, more than 15 percent of midsize and large businesses are still, and will continue using the OS Gartner has said.
Former rubber boot maker Nokia is likely to report that it has come back from the dead.
Apple shares briefly dipped below $400 on Wednesday, hitting their lowest level since December 2011. Apple closed at $402.80, down 5.5 percent, after one of its key suppliers issued a disappointing forecast.
GlobalFoundries (GloFo) is planning to expand production and increase its spending this year.
US Republican senator Mike Rogers has found himself at the centre of a geek storm after he dubbed opponents to his controversial cybersecurity bill as teenagers in their basements.
Security experts have warned that home wi-fi routers are easy to hack and the only way to secure them is completely out of users' hands.
It looks like those morons who add you to Facebook groups without your permission have managed to claim a high-profile scalp.
The frequency and power of DDoS has skyrocketed over the past few months and the first quarter of 2013 will go down in history as the worst quarter for DDoS attacks in history.
TSMC has wrapped up yet another stellar quarter. The chipmaker’s profit rose 18 percent year-on-year to NT$39.6 billion ($1.3bn). As usual, strong demand for smartphone and tablet chips helped boost TSMC’s profitability.
It looks like Hynix will recover from Apple's falling iPhone sales by selling its DRAM to Cupertino's arch enemy, Samsung.
Toshiba is teasing a new high-end ultrabook computer which it plans to launch next month. Curiously, although there is plenty of official information regarding specs, pictures of the device have yet to go live.
Opinion In his departing notes to shareholders last night, Intel CEO Paul Otellini was remarkably upbeat about a boat that is increasingly beginning to resemble the now famous Itanic.
Google's web-centric Chrome operating system debuted on July 7, 2009, with the very first Intel-based Chromebooks shipping on June 15, 2011.