A US engineer is trying to sell the idea of an open source drone detection system built out of shedloads of Raspberry Pi kits.
Opinion If you read the financial press you might be surprised to learn that AMD is about to be bought by every company under the sun.
A team of scientists has managed to create a protocol which can carry out 7.8 million MPI tasks on 1,966,080 cores of the Sequoia Blue Gene/Q supercomputer system.
Chinese hackers have cracked a US Army database that contains information about the vulnerabilities of thousands of US dams.
Industry heavyweight AMD has formed a custom-chip unit that will allow the company to expand beyond the constraints of the anemic PC market to lucrative spaces such as game consoles and tablets.
A string of benchmark results swirling in the Internet ether seem to indicate that Toshiba's upcoming Android AT10LE tablet will be powered by Nvidia's next-gen Tegra 4 processor.
The latest statistics breaking down Mountain View's Android market share are in, and yes, Jelly Bean (4.1, 4.2 has finally managed to surpass Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) in the percentage of installs on Android devices accessing Google's Play store.
There are quite a lot of people who are seriously concerned about maintaining their privacy in an age where aerial drones - like the Parrot AR - are increasingly easy to build or buy.
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.
Acer and Asus are apparently quite optimistic about the long-term prospects of Google's web-centric Chrome OS and accompanying hardware.
Troops operating in forward locations without telecommunication infrastructure often rely on a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) to communicate and share data.
Samsung has reportedly chosen Marvell's SoC to power its upcoming Galaxy Tab 3, rather than an indigenously designed Exynos processor.
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.