Nvidia hopes to make its ambitious break into the portable handheld gaming market in the next few months, the company's CEO said Tuesday.
Internet connectivity to North Korea was restored late Friday after a day-and-a-half-long outage that the country's official media blamed on international hacking.
Google's decision to bring its Android and Chrome divisions together under Sundar Pichai should result in greater work between the two platforms, but Pichai first needs to rein in the fast expanding operating system and bring some order to the business, analysts said Wednesday.
Google will pay $7 million to settle complaints from dozens of U.S. states about its unauthorized collection of personal data transmitted over Wi-Fi networks.
Researchers at the Xerox-owned Palo Alto Research Center have developed a new manufacturing method that can help make solar panels more efficient and increase the energy density of batteries.
Today's phones pack so much power and so many sensors into such a small space -- and at a relatively low cost -- that they are increasingly being used for inventive purposes.
Japan's NEC has come up with a different way to answer consumer demands for bigger screens on smartphones. Rather than use a single, larger display, which makes the entire phone larger, the company has fitted a second screen to its Medias W handset that folds out when needed to double the display area.
Trend Micro is adding the often confusing world of Facebook privacy settings to a new version of its flagship security software.
Skype soft-launched a video messaging service on Friday that allows its subscribers to deliver recorded clips to Skype contacts for playback when they come online.
Research In Motion changes its name to BlackBerry, a move it hopes will signify a fresh start for the company.
The white case and bright green trim of One Laptop Per Child's laptops have made them among the most recognizable in the world, and last week Nicholas Negroponte, former head of the OLPC project and co-founder of the MIT Media Lab, explained their origin.
The website of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, which establishes sentencing policies for the federal court system, was offline for much of Saturday as a result of the attack.