Acer shot down speculation that it plans to release a series of netbooks running Google's Chrome OS at Computex.
Manufacturing yield problems that delayed the release of Nvidia's high-end Fermi chip family have eased, the company's CFO said.
VMware reaffirmed its strategy of remaining neutral amidst competition among server makers.
Amazon Web Services' low-cost strategy will drive other service providers to offer value-added services.
EMC and Cisco have tapped former Compaq Computer CEO Michael Capellas to head their Acadia services joint venture.
Large companies can match the economies of scale of public cloud service providers by keeping things in house, according to IBM
Amazon Web Services, the cloud-computing arm of Amazon.com, opened its first Asian data center in Singapore on Wednesday.
VMware and Salesforce.com are jointly developing a cloud computing service called VMforce designed for Java applications.
Alibaba Group the biggest e-commerce company in China, is accepting payments made using PayPal on one of its sites.
Israel lifted a ban on imports of Apple's iPad on Sunday, saying the device conforms with local wireless standards.
Microsoft continues to suffer heavy losses in its Online Services Division as it tries to match rival Google.
IBM researchers in Zurich demonstrated a patterning technique capable of creating structures measuring just 15 nanometers.
U.S. fixed-line carriers Qwest Communication International and CenturyTel are reportedly in the final stages of merger talks.
Google's services are blocked or censored to some degree in one-fourth of the countries where it operates.
A senior VMware executive offered a few hints about the nature of the company's upcoming partnership announcement with Salesforce.com.