CeBIT, the world's largest IT fair, runs this week in Hanover, Germany. IDG Daily takes a look at what may be on tap there.
Nokia's decision to adopt Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system is good for the smartphone market, according to the CEO of Vodafone Germany.
Hundreds of gamers line up in Japan to purchase Nintendo's 3DS, the first portable game device with a 3D screen.
Hoping to do for personal computers what Microsoft has done for gaming, Asus will soon put on sale a motion-sensing device that looks and works like the Xbox Kinect.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange loses a U.K. court battle, Intel makes a $5 billion bet on new technology, Motorola launches the Xoom, Fujitsu has an enterprise tablet and more.
Among the subjects likely discussed during U.S. President Barack Obama's Silicon Valley meeting this week was the president's plan to invest in research and development to boost America's high-tech competitiveness.
Microsoft and Nokia disclose more about their partnership, Nvidia shows a quad-core processor for cell phones, and there are new tablets and smartphones from a host of companies.
Nvidia showed for the first time a new quad-core mobile processor code named Project Kal-El. Nvidia hopes to have a tablet using the new processor in the market in August and a smartphone later this year.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced this week that the company will be pushing new features to Windows Phone 7 users, including access to SkyDrive, multitasking, and a new HTML5 browser.
Samsung refreshed its lineup of tablets and smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.
Casio's low-power prototype watch lets you manage your phone from your wrist via Bluetooth.