Amazon plans to acquire Quidsi, operator of Diapers.com, for US$500 million in cash.
The Semiconductor Industry Association on Thursday predicted 2010 will be a year of record high chip industry revenue, but that growth will slow next year.
Google said it won preliminary approval to settle a class action lawsuit related to alleged privacy violations caused by its Buzz social networking service.
Acer plans to launch "multiple" tablet devices at a press event in New York on Nov. 23, with different OSes on board and multiple form factors.
Intel on Friday announced the opening of a massive US$1 billion chip assembly facility in Vietnam, the biggest such facility for Intel anywhere in the world.
Samsung's sales hit an all-time high but it signaled a weak Q4, which is good news for anyone looking for a new PC.
TSMC continued its record-breaking financial performance in the third quarter, reporting its best quarterly net profit and sales ever on Thursday.
Intel is working with a group of Taiwanese companies and a government research center on a project that aims to slash the cost of a data center by nearly half.
Oracle's Ellison on Tuesday vowed to show evidence that new HP CEO Leo Apotheker was in on a scheme to steal Oracle software when he was CEO of SAP.
Microsoft may be targeting Taiwanese smartphone developers Asustek and Acer over their use of Android, according to a local news report.
Intel announced the opening of its first ever chip manufacturing facility in Asia on Tuesday, in Dalian, China.
Garmin and Asustek will not introduce any new co-branded handsets but will continue to sell models that have already been launched.
Microsoft plans to open a new online PC game store called Games for Windows Marketplace in the middle of November, it said Monday.
China and Taiwan agreed to work together more closely on TD-LTE technology in order to lead the world in the development of 4G wireless broadband.