Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers demonstrated the company's home TelePresence technology.
LG Electronics plans to demonstrate a next-generation cellular modem that can download data at speeds up to 100M bps.
Intel CEO and President Paul Otellini will unveil a device that likely links computers with televisions over a wireless network during his keynote.
Chinese consumers are more willing than their American counterparts to pay a premium for consumer electronics that are environmentally friendly.
Microblogging site Twitter went offline Friday after hackers calling themselves the Iranian Cyber Army apparently managed to change the site's DNS records.
Advanced Technology Investment Co. has completed its acquisition of Singapore's Chartered Semiconductor.
Nvidia calls technology lead that Advanced Micro Devices built by releasing the first graphics chips to support DirectX 11 is "insignificant."
Singaporan regulators issued new guidelines governing contract terms and early termination fees for mobile and broadband services.
Samsung Electronics named a new CEO on Tuesday as the company undertakes a major reorganization.
A picture of an Android handset given out to Google employees that was posted on Twitter had blogs buzzing over the weekend.
TechCrunch filed a lawsuit against its former partner over claims it used fraud and deceit in a bid to take over the CrunchPad project.
Intel is likely to give an update on plans for its delayed graphics chip during the third quarter of 2010.
Social networking site Friendster accepted a buyout offer from Malaysia's MOL Global.
Singaporean mobile operators MobileOne (M1) and StarHub will start selling Apple's iPhone on Dec. 9,
RIM and China Mobile will develop a version of its BlackBerry handset that supports China's homegrown 3G standard.