Respondents largely opted for tablets over PCs in a survey asking which computer they had on their holiday wish list.
In initial tests, NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has discovered that Martian soil is an awfully lot like Hawaiian sand.
Intel researchers are working on a 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets but it could be five to 10 years before it hits the market.
Analysts say that while the Windows 8 release may help keep the PC market afloat, it won't be enough to return the market to its former glory.
Intel hopes to play a major role in the new age, creating energy efficient and small multi-core chips that can make cars increasingly smart
An Intel evangelist predicts that wearable computers may be two to five years away.
When it comes to emergency management, Ventura County in California is getting social, by updating its software-based emergency outreach system used to reach residents with social capabilities.
With Intel reporting a year-over-year drop in revenue and profit for its third quarter, industry analysts say the company isn't in trouble but it needs to ward it off—and now.
Social networking has become so critical to the 2012 presidential campaign that one analyst said Facebook is accurately predicting swings in the election polls.
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.