The Tronsmart T428 - a quad-core Jelly Bean PC-on-a-stick - is ready to ship.
Touchscreen notebooks and tablets running Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 operating system are still considered somewhat expensive by mainstream users.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis have determined that popular texting, messaging and microblog apps developed for the Android smartphone are hobbled by security flaws that could expose private information or allow forged fraudulent messages to be posted.
The research team of Antti Oulasvirta at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics has created a new keyboard dubbed "KALQ" that enables signficantly faster thumb-typing on touchscreen devices.
Hon Hai, parent company of electronics maker Foxconn, has signed a deal with Microsoft that will allow it to legally produce devices with Android and Chrome OS patents - the cash going to Redmond for each device.
The NAND memory market is slated to hit $30 billion this year, up 12 percent over $26.8 billion in 2012.
It is starting to look like Microsoft might have realised that the reason people are not moving to Windows 8 is because of its idiotic interface.
A born-again Christian is claiming a victory after the distributors of the computer game Bioshock refunded his money after he claimed they violated his beliefs.
Microsoft's best Silverlight customer has given up on the technology and moved to HTML5 video.
After holding him for six months without trial, a Swedish court indicted Gottfrid "anakata" Svartholm Warg on hacking charges.
Fashion bag maker Intel seems set to go the way of the other fashion outfit, Christian Lacroix.
Smart cameras are finally starting to show up, but according to outgoing Android boss Andy Rubin, they could have been around for years. Speaking at an event in Tokyo, Rubin said Android was originally conceived as an operating system for cameras, not phones.
If you're in the market for a new Android-powered TV stick, the MK809 III, which features a quad-core Rockchip RK3188 processor, is now available for pre-order.
Netflix has confirmed that it will finally be ditching Microsoft Silverlight for HTML5.
Smart watches have been around in one form or another for the last decade.
An interesting new project has turned up on Kickstarter that DIY electronic enthusiasts will undoubtedly love.
Rumours of a cheaper iPhone have been floating around for ages, but this time around it's expected Apple will indeed introduce a low-cost version of the device, designed with emerging markets in mind.
In the aftermath of the Boston marathon bombings, Google has deployed its Person Finder tool which combs available records to track down friends or family in the wake of disaster.
Despite cost being a barrier to its widespread adoption, that picture is soon to change.
Storage revenues will soar to $6 billion in 2016 because of the inexorable rise of big data.