Sensors help players improve their game with smart gadgets and digital coaching.
The Chromebook owns just 1 percent of the PC market, but may find long-term success in the classroom.
A German appliance maker starts a separate firm to design sensors so its products can communicate over the Internet to each other and other gadgets.
One in four cloud vendors will be gone by 2014, Gartner analysts predict.
Technology hiring has been on the upswing in the first half of this year, constituting about 10% of all the job growth in the U.S. in June, according to two independent assessments.
Hewlett-Packard executives say that the coming demise of Windows XP may do what Windows 8 could not, and that's boost PC sales significantly.
Vinton Cerf, one of the computer scientists who turned on the Internet in 1983, is concerned that much of the data created since then, and for years still to come, will be lost to time.
NOAA is working to fix a broken weather satellite--the one that watches the Atlantic Ocean--even as it gears up for what's expected to be an above-normal year for hurricanes.
Clock rate speeds still matter to some, and that is pushing chip makers to push the limits.
IBM's share of the x86 server segment has declined over the last several years.
Congress is expected this week to take up a non-binding amendment to test support for online sales tax collections.
HP has reached the halfway point in its restructuring, with 15,000 employees left to cut to meet its layoff target by the end of next year, according to CEO Meg Whitman.
Here's a new way for midsize and large businesses to unload or buy used servers, PCs, components and more.
There is a lot yet to be told about how going private will change Dell, but one thing it won't change is its enterprise strategy.
Dell is planning to release by mid-year a computer that's all of 3.5 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. It's not much bigger in girth than a USB stick, and is similar in design.
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