Hewlett-Packard may be pushed aside by a quick-moving Lenovo as the top PC maker in the world, according to a pair of dueling reports from industry analysts.
The first presidential debate lit up social networks Wednesday night, even staggering Twitter throughout the one-and-a-half-hour debate.
The unveiling of a new tablet chip is a big step for Intel, which has dominated the PC market but has yet to compete in the burgeoning tablet market where ARM chips dominate.
Industry analysts say the move is good news from the company, which has been tarnished since its troubled initial public offering in May.
Intel needs to generate a lot of excitement at its annual developer conference this week -- not just around the company but around the whole PC industry.
It's another hit for an industry that has been repeatedly hammered by the growing popularity of small, cool tablets and several years of a slow economy.
Can another service find a fit in the crowded social networking world? Branch, still in beta, has backers who believe it has found a route.
Facedeals app will identify shoppers using facial recognition software, then cross-reference Facebook pages to offer targeted deals. Creepy or cool?
Researchers hope they can sharply reduce the number of car accidents by enabling vehicles to communicate with each other -- and they're putting the theory to the test in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Talk has turned to whether a seasoned business person could better lead Facebook, while 28-year-old Zuckerberg, with his gray t-shirts and hoodies, could focus on the technology.
With the Mars Curiosity rover's science instruments working well, NASA engineers are getting ready for two big tests of their robotic rover.
Looking to get in on the booming mobile market, social network Pinterest has unveiled mobile apps for its pinboard service.
Analysts say Google's record-setting $22.5 million fine from the FTC is a simple slap on the wrist, but the company takes a hit in the public eye for its bad behavior.
Picture doing a remote software upgrade. Now picture doing it when the machine you're upgrading is a robotic rover sitting 350 million miles away, on the surface of the planet Mars.
Facebook is moving to fix one of its biggest problems - finding ways to make money from its growing base of mobile users.