Researchers at Los Alamos National Labs have been running a quantum internet for the last two and a half years, according to Technology Review.
Adobe plans to move to a subscription cloud-based model for its CS range of products.
While many hoped that once George Lucas got his paws off the Star Wars franchise things would get better, it appears that the new owners - Disney - might be headed for similar daft decisions.
Microsoft wants people to upgrade to IE10 but is having a job because IE8 is still fairly popular.
While the world and its dog does seem to be writing Windows 8 off with the same gusto that it did with Vista, it appears to be a fallacy.
Those of us who grew up in the 1980's fondly remember all the time we spent playing video games on the stalwart Atari 2600.
I think it's pretty safe to say that most people these days own some sort of smartphone, whether it is powered by Android or iOS. While many only use their handset to make calls, stream the occasional video, and check Facebook or e-mail, there are those of use who lean heavily on a smartphone for business and work.
Apple is reportedly prepping at least one revamped iPad Mini with a Retina display that is likely to make its debut during the second half of 2013.
Back in February, Google introduced its flagship Pixel device, a high-end $1,300 touch-screen Chromebook powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Core i5 SoC. As previously discussed on TG Daily, The Pixel was greeted with enthusiasm by many in the industry, including none other than Linux founder Linus Torvalds.
With more than a billion active accounts worldwide, it is easy to forget that some people don't actually use Facebook.
Rainbow Coral Corp (RBCC) and n3D Biosciences have come up with a new cell-growth technique that threatens to revolutionize cellular research, or at least according to their claims.
Hardware maker Dell Inc has been left red faced after former Apple fanboy Syrian president Bashar al-Assad managed to buy shedloads of his gear, despite a UN embargo.
Search engine Google's attempts to avoid paying tax in cash-strapped Britain have been grassed up to the press by its customers.
The US Navy has had enough of having shedloads of remote controls to run all its weapons and wants to develop a universal remote so it does not have to keep looking down the back of the sofa every time it wants to unleash a particular type of missile.
Windows RT could be about to go the way of the dodo, at least if pessimistic analysts are to be believed. Redmond’s tablet OS managed to grab a meager 0.4 percent of the tablet market in the first quarter of the year and IDC estimates a total of 200,000 Windows RT units were shipped in the quarter.
BlackBerry's new Q10 smartphone is selling well in both Canada and Britain, an industry analyst has claimed.
The French do not need a Dailymotion and should be happy that Yahoo is keen to take such a site off its hands, a French minister has said.
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reports that first-quarter chip sales were up 0.9 percent compared to the same time last year.
The Barnes & Noble lineup of Nook digital readers originally required a hack in order to access the full version of the Google Play store.
Acer has confirmed that its slick Iconia A1 Android Jelly Bean (4.2) tablet will be hitting US shores for a cool $169. The specs are certainly more than respectable, especially considering the above-mentioned price point.