Apple can't yet boast of significantly longer battery life in devices, but the company is looking to change that.
Intel has grand plans for computers that will recognize human emotion using its RealSense 3D camera, but Apple appears to have dealt it a setback.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is revising the Energy Star specification for servers to take into account significant system design changes and help buyers make effective purchasing decisions.
Google redesigns Project Ara website, possibly a prelude to announcements.
Samsung is developing a new open-source OS for IoT devices, and hopes it will find a place in the millions of smart devices, home appliances, wearables and industrial equipment coming online.
CTL's new J5 Rugged Convertible Chromebook can be a laptop or a tablet, and it starts at just $249.
As more applications are likely to use touchscreens, Apple may need to develop products that merge features like touch with advanced computing capabilities.
A few years ago, Lenovo toppled rivals HP and Dell to become the world's top PC maker. It now wants to do the same in servers.
Apple is taking a shot at Windows PCs with its new 9.7-inch iPad Pro tablet, calling it the "ultimate PC replacement."
Apple shared some details on what it does with the iPhone after it is returned.
A new material being researched could make shape-shifting robots real, but let's hope they aren't as violent as the Transformers.
Lenovo has restructured its operations as part of a management shakeup, and some interesting names have been promoted.
In a world of PCs dominated by Windows and Macs, Dell's line of "Project Sputnik" laptops with Ubuntu Linux have secured a cult following.
Like Apple, Samsung is trying to link its devices so they work better together. A new effort bridges the gap between the company's Android handsets and Windows devices.