Small business owners say their next purchase is more likely to be a tablet than a laptop or desktop, according to a poll by the Small Business Authority.
Pottermore was due to go live in October, but it missed its launch. The is expected to open to the public early next month.
Windows blog says near final pre-release version of Windows could arrive as early as May, but offers no sources to validate claim.
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer calls for federal investigation into unauthorized uploads of pictures and address book information.
Apple's iPad won't be banned from sale in Shanghai, after a local court rejected a trademark infringement-related sales injunction request.
The Daily's Peter Ha takes aim at Microsoft after Redmond denied an image that surfaced on Tuesday was in fact a snap of an Office of iPad app.
Report says Apple's next MacBook Air is 'set to launch' as February notebook shipments look to improve over January's numbers.
Intel's new processor microarchitecture could be delayed due to Sandy Bridge inventory overflow.
Cisco Systems says wireless traffic between now and 2016 is poised to grow an incredible 18-fold.
Tensions in Apple's Chinese trademark dispute escalate as local authorities begin seizing iPads and confiscating them from sale.
Apple products don't infringe on Motorola's wireless technology and shouldn't be barred from sale, judge rules.
Buzz over an alleged Apple iPad 3 event has reached a fevered pitch just as a Japanese site claims it has pictures of Apple's next-gen iPad 9.7-inch display.
Sprint Nextel losses rise over subsidies paid to Apple for iPhone sales, but fewer than expected subscribers offset hemorrhaging.
Rumor has it Google's working on a pair of futuristic glasses that will offer a computerized heads-up display to augment the world around you.